How to Clean a Canada Goose Bomber
Canada Goose is famous for their signature bomber jackets. Whether you own the latest X-Ray Chilliwack or original design, cleaning your bomber in the way it was intended is critical for the longevity of wear. As one of Toronto’s only Canada Goose preferred dry cleaners, Gibson’s is here to help with any questions you may have about preparing your coat for cleaning.
Know Your Warranty
Though it is possible to wash your Canada Goose at home, you run the risk of damaging your coat and voiding its warranty. Canada Goose products are designed and created to be cleaned by proper garment care professionals. You can review Canada Goose's warranty policy here.
Remove Your Fur Trim or Hood, If Possible
If possible, remove or unzip the fur hood from your Canada Goose bomber before you take it a dry cleaner. If your fur is attached to your coat or it's in need of a good clean don’t worry, a professional dry cleaner has the necessary equipment to clean fur safely and effectively. In certain cases fur trims may need to be sent to a fur specialist.
Check Your Pockets
It’s extremely important to check the pockets of your coat before taking it to the dry cleaner. Leaving items like lipstick, tissue, or a pen inside of your Canada Goose bomber can cause irrevocable damage. Our team at Gibson’s is trained to double check all garment pockets before they are sent through to the cleaning process.
Point Out Any Stains
Our dry cleaner has almost 30 years of experience and is well versed in removing all types of stains, yet it's important to identify the types of stains on your coat before cleaning. Whether you drop off your coat in store or use Gibson's pick up and delivery dry cleaning service, let us know what's dirtied your coat in order to get the best results possible.
Schedule Your Cleaning
Now that you're prepared, it's time to clean your coat. Drop off your coat at one of our two stores or schedule a free pick up. Our delivery dry cleaning service is available in the following neighbourhoods: Burlington, Oakville, Brampton, Mississauga, Etobicoke, and downtown Toronto.