Let me share with you the best techniques to make cheap faux leather jackets for women peels and cracks resistant.
Usually, I would answer about three e-mails a day from different readers, and often, they ask me about how to repair cracks and peels in their faux leather items, and unfortunately, most of the time, they will answer back asking for a “much more easier” technique!
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Unfortunately, there isn’t an easier technique to repair cracks and peels in your faux leather items, and that’s why I’m going to share with you in this post how to prevent them in the first place.
Most importantly I’m going to share with you how to make your cheap faux leather jacket peels and cracks resistant.
The first thing I would recommend you to do is to avoid getting cheap faux leather jackets in the first place, it’s because they are going to start cracking no matter what you do, and even though you apply the techniques and tips I’m going to share with you in this post, one day, sooner or later, they will start peeling heavily!
It’s because they are made out of very low quality faux leather fabrics!
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Then, let’s talk about how to keep this from happening:
The first step is to not wear a faux leather jacket for long time.
And this is the advice I give my family, friends, and customers all the time, if you wear faux leather clothes every single day, they will absorb a lot of moisture from your skin and let me tell you that this moisture is very hurtful and damaging to the fabric because it contains a lot of acidic elements and also a lot of bacteria that will cause terrible smells as well.
My advice is to wear your faux leather jacket one day and let it breathe and rest for at least two days.
The second step is to use a good faux leather conditioner.
And this is by far the most important step in preventing peels and cracks.
I could easily advice you to use baby oil or saddle soap, but personally, I prefer to be careful when dealing with cheap faux leather jackets, especially for women, because homemade products and techniques can hit and miss, whereas if you use professional solutions, they will always give you great results.
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Use a conditioner from this brand: Blue Magic, it’s very effective, very cheap and also easy to use.
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