OT - Fur cleaning?

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    OT - Fur cleaning?

    Ladies, I hope you won't skewer me for the question, but I inherited a fur shawl to wear at the wedding, and I need a good fur cleaner. Anyone know of one and willing to admit it? :)

    TIA!

    ETA: By the way, I'd never go BUY a fur.
     
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    OT - Fur cleaning?

    Hi kargiver- I also have a couple of 'inheritances'...while I've never gotten them cleaned I've always wanted to and I thought a good place to get a recommendation would be a furrier. There are a couple in Boston and I'm sure if you Google 'fur coats Boston' their names will come up. Good luck.

     
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    OT - Fur cleaning?

    Kargiver, I remember you mentioned this stole in another thread. Please don't feel intimidated about wearing it. Wear it with pride.
    I am totally against killing animals for our pleasure - so I am not a fur buyer or wearer - but in your case it is an heirloom. Something old, something borrowed ------
    I don't know a thing about fur cleaning, but most drycleaners offer it.
     
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    Thanks, ladies. :)
     
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    OT - Fur cleaning?

    Don't go to a drycleaner. Depending on the condition of the pelt, it probably needs to be oiled. Check out Klaffs on Beacon Street in Brookline. that's where I store my coat in the summer.
     
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