Womens Leather Jacket: Three Simple Care Tips

This article for womens leather jacket is actually inspired by the casts of X-Men: Days of Future Past. Seriously, each character has been rocking their leather jackets in the movie. Logan a.k.a. Wolverine has been wearing his since the X-men Origins. Professor X a.k.a Charles Xavier traded his formal suit (but not the wheelchair) for a brown leather jacket and his frenemy, Magneto played by Michael Fassbender did as well.

Raven covered up with a womens leather jacket in black, although she does not have to because she’s a.k.a. Mystique played by 2014 FHM Sexiest Woman Jennifer Lawrence. She wore something like the one in the picture below…


Care for Womens Leather Jacket

Just to convince you why you need to have one… Womens leather jacket is really fashionable and fairly easy to maintain. All you need are these three easy reminders in women’s leather jacket care…

1. Know the type of leather. We’re not talking if it’s a crocodile from the swamps or from a very endangered fish (not making sense). What you need to know is if it is aniline, semi-aniline or pigmented leather. Aniline types of leather are the softest and most expensive. The semi-aniline and pigmented types are quite robust and for hard wearing.

2. Avoid stain. The best way to do this is to spray it with a suede and leather guard like a scotch guard for leather furniture. It is a spray on application that could avoid water from setting in. It works with stains and grimes as well.

3. Maintain the shape by putting it on a hanger. Like shoes, womens leather jacket stretches so to keep its shape you have to localize the stress in the leather.

See? Womens leather jackets are easy to maintain. Easier than how to remove red wine stains from a white dress which you can read here by the way:


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Remove Red Wine Stain

Remove Red Wine Stain

Remove Red Wine Stain on Clothe or Carpet

Don’t go ga-ga over red wine stains yet. Here’s how you can remove red wine stain on your dress.

Common Items Used to Remove Red Wine Stain

1. Salt. It will fix the stain in a jiffy! Yes, sodium is used in the clothing industry to fix dye. So if the waiter in the restaurant accidentally pours red wine on your white dress, just grab the salt shaker and sprinkle some salt on the spot.

2. White Wine. Who knew that two wrongs make a right. Pour some white on the red wine stain. White wine counteracts the red wine making it easier to remove the original stain.

3. Hydrogen Peroxide. Remove red wine stain with a little science– or not. Hearing someone say hydrogen peroxide sounds fancy sciency to the ears but it’s actually easy to find. Drug stores sell it over the counter so the next time you have to remove red wine stain, make a quick detour to the pharmacy.

4. Mixed Household Items. You don’t like to pour your fancy white wine, salt alone is not working and you are lightyears away from the nearest pharmacy? Then just get some household items and start mixing. Get water, vinegar and soap and mix them together. Apply the ‘concoction’ to the stain, then blot it with clean rag and cold water. Then blot it again with a clean and dry cloth.

Also, it’s important to remember that when you are trying to remove a stain, always work from the outside of the stain toward the middle of the stain. This will make it easier to remove most of the stain and, at the same time, it prevents the stain from further spreading.

Although wearing a red dress might be a better preventive option. Think about it. You won’t have to remove red wine stain because you won’t even notice it on your red dress….Are we a genius or what?

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