At a glance: First check whether the outer hair is shiny, and then look at the brightness of the inner leather. Good fur will not be too bright and has a natural matte finish. Look…
At a glance:
First check whether the outer hair is shiny, and then look at the brightness of the inner leather. Good fur will not be too bright and has a natural matte finish.
Look at whether the fur is dense and smooth. The best are thick and fine fur and soft skin.
Third, check whether the leather surface is flat enough. Good fur can be worn on both sides, so it is suitable for The leather surface has higher requirements. Compared with the lined styles, the leather of the unlined styles is better.
First of all, the hair should feel soft and particularly delicate, and the cortex should be relatively hard, with obvious pores arranged in a linear or fish scale shape. Those with these characteristics are also truly one-piece fur. You can also pull the fur apart to separate the hair and look at the pores inside. One hair follicle can generally grow 3-9 hairs, and the number and thickness of each pore are different.
Generally, if there is no peculiar smell, it meets the standards. It can be further confirmed through the combustion method. Real fur will have a pungent smell of burnt fat after being burned in one piece, and the burned ashes will appear in regular powder form when pinched with your fingers. The mixture of animal hair and chemical fiber has a burnt smell after burning, and the residue after burning will not appear in powder form, but will be immediately mixed with obvious granular substances.