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How to Clean and Care for Wool Clothing

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Did you know that wool is self-cleaning? This means you can “air it out” instead of washing it in the machine. We'll give you the advice you need to make the wool last season, after season, after season.

1. Hang your wool garments out for airing, instead of washing them every time.

2. Hand wash stains on wool garments

3. Use gentle wool detergent, and wash on a delicate cycle

4. Avoid contact with hard or sharp objects

5. Gently stretch the garment before drying, to retain shape and avoid shrinkage

6. Remove pills with a razor

7. Store your wool garments properly

8. Learn how to mend holes in the wool yourself

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