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Sep 08

Posts: 18

graememan says:

Recondition a Belstaff jacket

Can anyone tell me where i can send off a very old Belstaff wax jacket. It needs cleaned and re-waxed. Have found "mastercleaners"  down south so far. Price was £45  before  P+P. Does anyone know of any firms up north that could beat this?  P.S.  This isnt a job for the local dry-cleaners.

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Jan 10

Posts: 3

custommade says:

Recondition a Belstaff jacket

The correct way is to wipe them down with cold water and then re-wax it but this won't get any stains out and you'll still end up with a dirty old jacket which stinks to high heaven.
There is no way of getting it clean by using the manufactures instructions, take my word for it.
The best way is to do what you yourself don't advice, take it to a dry cleaners and just re-wax it yourself, just make sure you do it twice and three times on the stitching and any seams. This will be more than enough.

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