As a general rule, lambskins have self-cleaning properties and should be washed as little as possible.
In general, we recommend airing out our fur products well - the best way to do this is with fog or even snow for several hours. The following applies: the fur can become damp, but the leather should not become wet. If you then brush the lambskin product well in the mist or comb the snow-damp coat, this is the gentlest cleaning for the lambskin product. Then air well at room temperature and allow to dry completely - otherwise the leather may tarnish. In case of stubborn stains, you can treat the affected area with a very small amount of the special shampoo and cold water.