Mix a dozen of any color and style of Finished Undecorated Straw Hats and Straw Hat Bodies and Hats By Leko will give you
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Vintage Balibuntal Capeline 4″ Brim

In stock and ready for quick shipment

$22.75$45.50 (USD)

Vintage Balibuntal Capeline with 4″ Brim.
Better than Grade 1 .

Seconds are available in all colors for $22.75.
Seconds not included in 20% off sale.

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SKU: S Balibuntal Vin

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ColorsSKUNotes PriceQuantity
Vintage Balibuntal Capeline 4 Black 200 Black 2nds S Balibuntal Vin 2 Black $45.50 (USD)
Vintage Balibuntal Capeline 4 Dark Navy Dark Navy 2nds S Balibuntal Vin 2 Dk Navy $45.50 (USD)
Vintage Balibuntal Capeline 4 Kelly Kelly 2nds S Balibuntal Vin 2 Kelly $45.50 (USD)
Vintage Balibuntal Capeline 4 Pink Pink 2nds S Balibuntal Vin 2 Pink $45.50 (USD)
Vintage Balibuntal Capeline 4 Black 200 Black S Balibuntal Vin Black $45.50 (USD)
Vintage Balibuntal Capeline 4 Dark Navy Dark Navy S Balibuntal Vin Dk Navy $45.50 (USD)
Vintage Balibuntal Capeline 4 Kelly Kelly S Balibuntal Vin Kelly $45.50 (USD)
Vintage Balibuntal Capeline 4 Pink Pink S Balibuntal Vin Pink $45.50 (USD)
Vintage Balibuntal Capeline 4 Lilac Lilac 2nds S Balibuntal Vin 2 Lilac $45.50 (USD)
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Description

Helpful Hint: To Remove Stains on Straw Hats… Do you know what the stain is? If it is organic, try peroxide! Do not use bleach as bleach will probably yellow the straw. You always have the option of putting a trim over it if it doesn’t work. The trick is to apply the peroxide then blot it from both sides until it is almost dry. After it dries completely, if you still have a stain, repeat. Make sure that you let it dry completely, as it will appear darker when wet. If the stain is chemical, you would need to use dry cleaning solvent.

Additional information

Weight0.5 lbs
Colors

Black 2nds, Dark Navy 2nds, Kelly 2nds, Pink 2nds, Black, Dark Navy, Kelly, Pink, Lilac 2nds

Description

Helpful Hint: To Remove Stains on Straw Hats… Do you know what the stain is? If it is organic, try peroxide! Do not use bleach as bleach will probably yellow the straw. You always have the option of putting a trim over it if it doesn’t work. The trick is to apply the peroxide then blot it from both sides until it is almost dry. After it dries completely, if you still have a stain, repeat. Make sure that you let it dry completely, as it will appear darker when wet. If the stain is chemical, you would need to use dry cleaning solvent.

Disclaimers

Unfinished Hat Bodies are not guaranteed to be colorfast.

Unblocked Hat Bodies are not hats, they are not shaped yet and may have frayed edges due to the dying process. One would have to take a hat making class to finish them. If you want a finished hat please look on the buttons called finished undecorated hats, Thank You.

Hats by Leko does not guarantee edges that are not frayed. It is your responsibility as hat makers to edge hoods and capelines.

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