RaccoonShop Raccoon Fur
One of the densest furs, raccoon fur has natural grey and brown tones that can be worn natural or dyed. Offered in some rare mutations, white finn raccoon has a depth and thickness in fur and color that is unmatched. Spikey guard hairs combined with dense underfur make raccoon one of the warmest and versatile furs.
Use broad-shouldered hangers when hanging your fur garments in the closet, and allow space to prevent it from being crushed or creased.
Never store the fur in a plastic bag. Plastic prevents air from circulating and can dry out the leather. If you want to cover the fur between wearing, use a cloth protector. However, this is not suitable for summer storage.
Never leave your fur near heat as it will cause the both the fur and the leather to become brittle
Avoid any chemicals, strong perfumes, hairspray and make-up near your fur.
Your fur can handle light rain and snow. If your fur does get wet, shake it out and hang it to dry in a well-ventilated room. If your fur seems to have soaked through—please contact us, or your local furrier for further instructions on proper treatment.
In the off-season send your fur in for cleaning and storage by a professional furrier only. Suede and leather can be hard to clean. We suggest you have them cleaned professionally.
Store your fur with a professional furrier in the spring each year. Have the furrier condition, clean and glaze it while it is in storage each year.
We offer on-site cold storage and cleaning services for your fur garments and leather/shearling coats.
Our in -house staff has been making and remodeling fur garments for over 30 years and can take care of almost any problem, large or small. Contact us with your specific questions about restyling your fur. We offer a free consultation service for suggestions on how to remodel your coat.
We are happy to work with you on customizing a fur specifically for you. Contact us via email the discuss the specifics of each individual custom order.