♦ How do I order and what service can I expect from you?
Pls send us your enquiry by an email let us know your demand.
We can follow your picture /pattern/size chart to make samples for you.
♦ Can I order samples first before placing the bulk order?Yes, we understand that customers want samples first, and then need a sales period to collect orders from their customers. This is not a problem. You are welcome to order samples first.♦ Do you give free samples?It is difficult for fur company,but we will try best to count the sample cost same as order for some styles.♦ What is the lead time for delivery?In general we're able to handle orders of hundreds and a few thousand items within30-40 dayssince order of confirmation fixed.below hundred will be within 25days.♦ Can I put my own label and logo on the products?Yes,there are two options:1) Send your label design to us and we make them for you. 2) Send your finished labels to us and we put them on the clothes.◊If u have any question,contact us!!!Here Some Care Tips for Real Fur Coat FYN:
1. Usual Hanging
Your fur coat should always be hung on a broad, sturdy padded hanger to keep the shoulder from losing their shape.
If you get caught in a light rain or snow, simply shake out the fur and remove as much water as possible. Hang it to dry in a well-ventilated room. Do not use a hair dryer, clothes dryer, or any direct heat on the fur. After it is dry, shake again to fluff the fur. Do not comb or brush the fur, simply smooth the fur with your hand.
If your coat gets completely soaked with water, it should be taken to a professional fur cleaner immediately so the hides can be treated correctly to prevent shrinkage.
A natural fur coat should be cleaned every year by a professional fur cleaner, not a dry cleaner. Even if you don't wear it often,animal fur gathers dust, oils, and odors. Professional cleaning will add luster and shine to the fur and keep it from becoming matted.
Fur hates heat. It is not the actual hair that is affected, it is the hide or leather that can dry out, become stiff, and
crack.The optimum storage temperature for natural fur is 45 degrees F and 50 percent humidity. In fur storage vaults, the room is dark which prevents bleaching and fading of the color. Moths and other insects cannot survive at that temperature.Furs that are properly stored during hot weather can last up to fifty years or more.If you decide not to use a professional storage facility, do not store your coat in a cedar closet or chest. The oils can harm the fur. Keep the fur in the coolest closet possible and always in the dark. Check frequently for insect activity, especially moths.