Let me tell you about the most important steps in order to take good care of your faux leather jackets with hood, I know that this subject is very important because I keep receiving a lot of questions from different readers and commenters about faux leather jackets with hood, they just don’t understand how to keep them looking great and how to preserve them, in other words, how to take good care of them.
The first thing you need to understand about a hooded faux leather jacket is that it’s tough!
Most are going to think that a faux leather hooded jacket is very fragile, after all, it’s made out of plastic! Which is the primary material of faux leather, right?
It’s not the case! Yes, it’s made out of faux leather, but the fabric quality is very tough and durable as well. You need to understand that there are many types and many quality grades of faux leather fabrics, and when dealing with for hooded jackets, most manufacturers are going to use such materials, that’s why, I always advise my readers to stop looking at cheap prices, in other words, stop looking for cheap deals, and look for quality fabrics and quality brand names.
And this is truly one of the best advice I can give you in order to not only select the best faux leather jackets with hood, but to also select and choose any faux leather item, you have to understand that the price is very important because it will signify that the quality of the fabric is superior and you are not going to suffer cracks and peels in the near future.
Let’s talk now about how to care for your faux leather hooded jacket.
There are many things you can do, but most of them are known and are very obvious, and the ones I’m going to talk about here are quite unknown to most people, and trust me, if you start using them, your faux hooded leather jacket will last you for many decades!
The first one is about using saddle soap.
And although saddle soap is used mainly for shoes and other leather items, I highly recommend that you start using it for your food faux leather jacket, every three months, apply a generous amount to it, and it will always keep looking great.
The second thing you can do, and the one I do with my faux leather items all the time is to apply a good leather conditioner, especially one made with honey, every six months, it’s more than enough.
And of course, you should never expose your jacket to heat, because it’s very dangerous and it’s going to make it “melt”, so to speak!
In other words, it’s going to deteriorate in quality and looks as well.