Wool fabric is soft and delicate, but if you take good care of it, your coat will last for many years! Protect it from backpacks, bag straps, and seat belts, in order to preserve the surface. Protect the inner surface of the collar with a scarf, to avoid soiling it with the transfer of cosmetic products. 

To keep your coat looking sharp, brush regularly. Use a soft garment brush to gently brush the surface of the wool to remove lint and hair. 

Store the coat on a sturdy hanger in a ventilated, dry place. Air out as often as possible to let the fibers breathe. 

If your wool coat gets wet, hang it on a hanger to dry in a well-ventilated area, away from the sunlight.

For the best results, only clean your wool coat at a commercial dry cleaner.