Canada Goose parkas can be quite hard to get your hands on these days, and with good reason. Exceptional quality and glorious warmth with a versatile style makes them an unbeatable winter jacket. You'll also have noticed that they are value priced, ie their high value means a high price. All these elements mean that it is more than wise to take proper care of your Canada Goose. Like any investment, treat it well and it'll return the favour for years and years. What follows is a quick guide to keep both you and your parka happy.
Canada Goose parkas: How to clean and store them right here
Ok, so you dropped a few Benjamins (or Sir Robert Borden if your flag has a maple leaf on it) on your sweet down jacket. You, my friend, are rocking the party that rocks the body. And that party is called the streets. Turning heads, you're smoking hot both figuratively and literally and everyone knows it.
But then, you also end up dropping some mustard on it. Oh dear. I don't know of too many stains that make you look cool, but mustard certainly isn't one of them. That's when you come see me for help. The truth is that mustard stains are a little intense for little old me. Here are some general washing instructions :
- Use Granger’s Downwash.
- Use a front-loading washing machine (to avoid damaging the down baffles as well as the jacket).
- Tumble-dry at low heat with 6 to 8 tennis balls in socks in order not to dirty the coat.
Tip: if you see that the water is no longer beading (making little water droplets) on the fabric, apply a spray-on water repellent to your washed jacket while it is still wet.
* Always be sure to check the manufacturer label for proper care instructions, as these may vary.