You should check out the dry cleaners in your area and maybe they would be able to give you advice on how you could repair the coat.posted over 3 years ago
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Agreed, dry cleaners can work wonders. I wouldn’t try to do anything to it on your own. Also, if you know of any leather-workers you could consult them, or if you have any “clothing doctors” in your area as i do, they also might know what to do…posted over 3 years ago
yeah try dry-cleaners
if not go to a leather goods specialist…
such a those leather shoes and bag repairers…
they would know!
I used Saddle Soap to remove water damage from a handbag that got water and salt (the stuff people put out to melt ice and snow) all over it… it worked like a charm, I don’t know about mold though, agreed consult a professional.posted over 3 years ago