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Asked by PamFud on 26th March 2014 Report this content
I have owned my Barbour Raincoat for just over a year. It has been a great coat to own as it looks good and even kept me warm in China at -9%: of course with layers under. It still has a lot of life in it but is beginning to look shabby at the front. I've followed the cleaning instructions inside the coat being carefull to gently use cold water when necessary to remove marks. It has worked well until recently and now has reached a state where my usual recommended method isn't working and it is looking it good looks especially around the very visible front parts(pockets, near zipper front, on the surface covering buttons/poppers. It was very expensive and I expected it to continue to look good for longer than just over a year. What can I do to get it back to a good looking coat without spending a fortune? Instructions suggest that dry cleaning isn't an option. 

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