Don Hume holster "fuzz"?

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    Don Hume holster "fuzz"?

    I have a Don Hume holster for my Bersa 380 and with very little use it started having this "fuzz" issue. It dirties up the gun pretty well. Is there and way I can "treat" the leather inside to prevent this?
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    No. It will wear to a certain point then stop. Brush off the gun and continue with break in by simply wearing it. Holstering and unholstering will accelerate the process. It's one of the hazards of an unlined holster.

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    Never had a problem with Don Humes Holsters myself , You just got to break em in Right ; )PS Put a plastic bag over gun
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    I have several IWB Don Hume holsters for different guns. Can't say I've ever had a fuzz problem. IMO the H-715 is hard to beat.
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    You might want to call the 'maker' and ask about your problem. I've never had a holster to that...
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    That is an inferior leather problem if the flesh side of the leather is furring out to that degree.
    I would contact Don Hume. They should replace that holster.
    That portion of the hide they used to make your holster was not suitable for holsters.

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    Thanks for the replies!

    I think I will contact Don Hume. That amount of wear seems unusual to me.

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