Frenquently Asked Questions
Q : How do I store my mink?
A: Store in a breatheable garment bag, away from heat and light .
Q: What if my coat is exposed to sunlight for a long period of time?
A: The fur will be bleached by the sunlight if not properly stored.
Q: What should I do if I spill a sticky drink on my mink?
A: Take it to a furrier as soon as possible if it got on the skin below the fur. Otherwise, shake off the excess liquid. Take a damp washcloth and gently wipe the fur with the grain and then side to side to get the sticky off the fur.
Q: What does 'fully let out, female pelts' mean?
A: Male pelts are wider and heavier than female pelts. A full length coat requires many pelts, higher quality coats are made with female pelts. Letting out the pelts is a process by which the pelts are cut in thin strips and sewn back together giving the pelts more strength and makes the fur stand up rather than lay down flat as it grows, for a more fluffy and luxurious look and feel.
Q: How do I put on my new boot cuffs properly?
A: It is a simple process that can be easily done by following these pictures:
Q: What is the return policy for Real Mink Rules?
A: You may find it by clicking here
Q: Where can I find more information on fur color names and the mink industry's humane practices?
A: We have found a lot of great information on the Fur Commission's website. You may visit it by clicking here