Asked on Dec 07, 2014

How to clean a llama skin pillow

by Angelina
These are pillow covers.
  4 answers
  • Sherrie Sherrie on Dec 07, 2014
    This is considered wool, clean like wool.

  • Angelina Angelina on Dec 07, 2014
    Okay,But the fur is long and fluffy. Thanks Sherrie

  • Sherrie Sherrie on Dec 07, 2014
    Please remember that Alpaca fur is NOT machine washable. If extensive cleaning is required it is best to take it to a professional furrier. This can be quite expensive so it is best to make sure you take extra care to make sure it stays clean in the first place. For any spills or small spot cleaning, you can use a mild soap and water mix and gently sponge the area. Make sure that you don't get the leather wet. Finally, periodically sprinkle some talcum powder over the fur and gently brush it using a hairbrush. The talcum powder will not only give your fur a fresh clean smell, but will help soak up any body oils that may be building up on it from use.

  • Angelina Angelina on Dec 07, 2014
    The fur is not dirty, so I think the talcum powder is perfect. I really appreciate your advice.