If you would like to make your boy’ s faux leather bomber jacket much more durable, stain resistant, and increase its lifespan, then you need to be aware of this problem and avoid it as much as possible.
The problem I’m talking about here is the fact that the faux leather fabrics in most boys’ bomber jackets are going to absorb moisture from the skin.
And as I’ve mentioned in many of my previous posts, this moisture from our skin is very devastating and damaging to the faux leather fabric because it’s going to contain high amounts of enzymes and acidic chemicals that will deteriorate the faux leather quality very quickly.
You need to be highly aware of this problem.
Then, how to prevent your boy’s faux leather bomber jacket from deteriorating?
You make him stop wearing it a lot!
Although this can seem a little difficult, especially if you are dealing with a young kid, you should do it because the only way to prevent this problem from occurring and also prevent cracks and tears from happening to the jacket is to give it some time to rest and dry completely.
I personally ask my kid to wear his faux leather bomber jacket for only one day and then let it dry and rest for at least two days, and trust me, although his jacket is three years old, it looks as new and it’s highly durable and doesn’t show any signs of scratching, peeling, and cracks.