How to Clean My Cuffs - Please Help!

Contributor: pootpootpoot pootpootpoot
So this weekend my partner and I had a fantastic weekend getaway. Unfortunately, at one point I got pretty drunk and threw up all over our favorite handcuffs (which had recently been recovered after we thought we'd never see them again! Yay!). I spot cleaned the leather, but have NO clue how to deal with the faux fur does anyone have any suggestions? The fur is so soft and beautiful, and I can't afford a replacement pair for a while if I screw it up somehow.
08/12/2013
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Contributor: Hoshigetsu Hoshigetsu
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Always wash faux fur with cold or luke warm water and make sure it doesn't receive a lot of agitation i believe, in order to dry clean faux fur, you could use cornmeal. An odd home remedy, but i heard it works.
08/26/2013
Contributor: pootpootpoot pootpootpoot
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Originally posted by Hoshigetsu
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Always wash faux fur with cold or luke warm water and make sure it doesn't receive a lot of agitation i believe, in order to dry clean faux fur, you could use cornmeal. An odd home remedy, but i heard it works. ...
Thanks so much for the links! I am concerned about the washing machine method, as the fur is not detachable from the leather, but I will look into the cornmeal thing!
08/26/2013