MobilePRO Cleaners - Fur Coats Cleaning, Glazing, & Storage

Fur Coats Cleaning, Glazing, & Storage

Providing Fur Coats Cleaning, Glazing, & Storage to Northeastern Pennsylvania, Hudson Valley New York, and Northern New Jersey.

Fur Coats Cleaning, Glazing, & Storage

We understand that fur is more than an article of clothing, it is a glamour statement. Our cleaning process will care for your fur garments by conditioning the leather and removing the dust from the fur. This protects the natural sheen and adds to the longevity of your fur coat.

MobilePRO Cleaners and The Fur Information Council of America recommend that you have your fur cleaned annually by an Authorized Fur Care Specialist. Your fur may not look dirty, but cleaning is important to remove small abrasive dirt particles and chemicals,as well as, adding moisture back into the skins. 

Our Fur Cleaning and Glazing Process

Our process includes expert inspection and fur cleaning, the proper removal of stains from linings, cleaning and replacement of essential oils, glazing of your garment, and finally, our critical pre-delivery inspection. 

Fur Care 101

Always hang your fur on a broad-shoulder hanger, never a wire hanger.  Allow your garment proper space in your closet so that the fur is not crushed. Never keep your fur in a plastic bag. Plastic or rubber-lined bags prevent air from circulating, which can dry out the leather. Use a cloth bag only when traveling or transporting your fur. Always remove the cloth bag when you arrive home.  

The smells of both moth balls and cedar often adhere to fur and create unpleasant odors. Proper cleaning by furrier’s method will remove most odors, but smoke, cedar, and moth balls are especially hard odors to remove. Avoid spraying perfume, hairspray or other chemicals on your fur. The alcohol content in these products will dry the leather and stiffen the guard hairs.  

To avoid guard hair wear, refrain from excessive use of shoulder straps while wearing your fur. If your fur gets wet, shake it out and hang it to dry in a well-ventilated room. Avoid direct heat, which can damage the fur and leather. If your fur gets soaked it needs special attention, so take it to an Authorized Fur Care Specialist for further treatment. 

Cleaning should be done annually. This process replenishes essential oils necessary for the life of your fur. Mend any small tears right away. Delaying a repair can lead to further damage and much more costly repairs. 

Each spring store your garments in a temperature and humidity-controlled vault with a furrier. Keep your garments away from heat, high or low humidity, and moths.

Your furs will provide you years of enjoyable wear when they are professionally cleaned, conditioned and stored. We go out of our way to be convenient and cost effective in providing you fur coats cleaning & glazing.