Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Fur
My home is air conditioned, why do I need to put my fur in cold storage?
In addition to keeping your fur in a temperature controlled environment during the warmer weather, maintaining the correct humidity is also important for your fur. Home air conditioning is also very drying to furs. At Dino’s, we own our own climate and humidity controlled vault. By storing your fur with us, it is protected from moths, rodents, mold, and mildew
My fur looks clean, why should I condition it yearly?
Should I keep my fur in a plastic bag when I’m not wearing it?
No, you should never store your fur in plastic. During the winter months, keep your fur in a cool area with enough air circulating around it. You should also allow enough room in your closet so the fur isn’t crushed. Of course, during the summer months it should be stored in a climate and humidity controlled environment.
The big shoulders on my fur coat don’t look fashionable any longer, what can I do?
Is it politically correct to wear fur?
Should I store my fur in moth balls?
What should I do if my fur gets wet?
Do you clean fur hats?
Yes. Hats and scarves in close contact with your body should also be cleaned and conditioned on a regular basis.
I just inherited my grandmother’s Fur (coat, etc) – what can I do with it?
I have a tear in my fur. Can I just sew it myself?
Do you purchase old furs?
In efforts to do our part in stopping the spread of COVID-19 and help protect our community, we are paying close attention to the guidelines set forth by the CDC and Government. We are so happy to announce we can accept your fur garment for cold storage now by appointment, and our Maine and New Hampshire stores are fully open! We are so looking forward to seeing and serving you again! Stay safe and healthy!
- The Entire Dino's Staff.