Many people consider purchasing Lederhosen as more of an investment than a normal purchase. This is because the real Lederhosen are made from genuine leather and they last a lifetime. Not to mention, the cost a pretty penny to buy as well and you don’t want to ruin them because the older the Lederhosen are, the more authentic they are considered among locals of Bavarian.
However, keeping Lederhosen in pristine condition may be easier said than done. The event of Oktoberfest is mainly responsible for that since it is the world’s largest beer festival which takes in Munich every year from the second half of September to the beginning of October. People from all over the world gather to drink beer and celebrate the Bavarian culture, all the while dressed in Lederhosen.
But most people forget to take care of their German Lederhosen among the jubilation and merriment. Once Oktoberfest is over, countless Lederhosen are forever ruined because their owners did not know how to take care of them properly. The beer and food stains etch onto the leather and render the attire useless for future use. We know how frustrating this can be, which is why we offer expert advice on how to maintain your German Lederhosen in prime condition after Oktoberfest. So let’s take a look at some of the things you can do to ensure your Lederhosen can be worn again.
Hang Your Lederhosen after Use
Not a lot of people know this, but Lederhosen are meant to be hung and not folded after use. Since authentic Lederhosen are those that are made out of genuine leather, so it is essential to hang the Lederhosen on a hanger after use to retain the structure of the fabric. If you fold the Lederhosen after use and put it aside, the leather can wrinkle up.
This gives the Lederhosen a terrible look and ironing the leather is not a feasible option to get rid of the wrinkles from the Lederhosen. That is why you need to hang the Lederhosen after use so that you can simply take it out and wear it straight off the hanger without having to worry about any wrinkles in the leather.
Spot Clean Stains on Lederhosen
As mentioned before, the best Lederhosen are those that are made out of genuine leather and that means you have to take certain measures to maintain the integrity of the leather. It doesn’t matter whether you purchase Lederhosen for sale online from the Lederhosen Store or from a physical outlet; if the Lederhosen is made from genuine leather it cannot be washed. So what to do if you get a stain on your Lederhosen?
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The best way to deal with stains is to spot clean them immediately in order to maintain your Lederhosen in prime condition. You can use a cleaning agent for this purpose and clean the Lederhosen only in the spot where the stain is, which is why it’s called spot cleaning. Not only will this get rid of pesky stains but will also maintain the integrity of the leather.
Prevent Prolonged Sunlight Exposure on Lederhosen
Direct sunlight exposure on genuine leather can be detrimental to the nature of the fabric. The Sun’s ultraviolet rays can damage the leather and ruin men’s Lederhosen, which is why you should always avoid putting your Lederhosen in direct sunlight. Even when wearing Lederhosen, try to limit the time you spend in the sun since you don’t want it ruining the look of your authentic Lederhosen.
If you follow these tips, then you are sure to maintain the prime condition of your Lederhosen and you can wear it proudly to Oktoberfest 2019. In fact, you can make a lot of friends at Oktoberfest if you share these top tips to keep Lederhosen in pristine condition even years after you have bought them.
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