HACK: Here's How To Get Wrinkles Out Of Leather

July 1, 2015 by Rachel Gulmi
shefinds | Style

If you’re spending money on quality leather, then obviously you’ll want it to look good while showing it off. Unfortunately, leather is one of those materials that can be tricky to work with, especially when it comes to wrinkles. There was one job I held where I was occasionally required to help steam clothing for photo shoots, and a lot of that clothing was expensive, high-quality leather. In my experience, steaming leather has never resulted in damaging the material and has always smoothed out wrinkles. So, on that note, here’s my hack to get wrinkles out of leather, faux or real.

Leather Jacket

If you don’t already own a steamer, I highly recommend investing in one because they are really handy to have around and are great on finer materials, unlike the classic iron. Simply steam the leather garment like you would any other piece of clothing. I like to steam my clothes from the outside and inside, just to make sure I’ve covered every part of the fabric. And that’s it! You’ll be good to go in no time.

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