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« on: May 13, 2010 09:12:08 PM »

I had no idea where to post this, if there is some secret feather board, feel free to move it (and lemme know cause that would be sweet!)

So I've been making and selling hair combs/fascinators with all kinds of feathers for over a year now, but I notice they just loose their plumpness and perk after a couple wears. Usually I can just sort of run them through your fingers lightly to make them fluffy again but they're never quite the same.

Does anyone know of other ways to care for them so they last longer? Like some sort of cleaning concoction or do's and dont's while wearing them? I want to print up little guides on caring for the hairpieces when I sell them but so far all I have is "gently swoosh fingers through feathers and hope they look pretty"  Undecided
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