Sooner or later every fur coat gets dirty, especially if it is white. And then the question arises before the mistress of how best to cleanse her pride. The best way is to take the product to a dry cleaner. But this is not always possible for material reasons. If you do not have enough funds to use the services of professionals, you can try to clean the light coat yourself.
Put rye or wheat bran in a metal bowl, put on fire. Stir until hot. Then scatter the bran over the fur and scrub with a soft brush. After that, shake well and comb the fur coat.
At home, light-colored fur can be brushed with starch or semolina. They perfectly absorb all the dirt. Pour cereals or starch on the fur coat, gently clean it with a soft brush or vacuum cleaner. Then repeat the procedure, changing cereals or starch until the product is completely cleaned.
If a grease stain appears on your fur coat, it can be removed with a solution of 1 teaspoon of ammonia, 3 teaspoons of salt and 0.5 liters of water. Wipe the stain until it disappears, then rub the area several times with a cloth dampened in water and dry. Do not let your fur coat get wet.
If the fur turns yellow, it can be reanimated with a hydrogen peroxide solution. Take 1 teaspoon of peroxide in a glass of warm water, drop a few drops of ammonia. Then apply the mixture from a spray bottle to the fur and leave the coat in full sun for a day.
If your white fur coat is just very dusty, lay it on a wet sheet with the fur down and knock it out properly. Then comb gently and dry.