Wool doesn’t need washing every time you wear it. Its fibres have a natural protective coating, making it resistant to dirt and dust. Hang to ventilate instead.

    To wash wool, use a specialist wool detergent at 30°C with a low spin setting. Squeeze out any excess water for heavier garments, without wringing.

      Dry woollens flat on a rack, placing a towel underneath to absorb any drips. Hanging wool up to dry will stretch pieces out of shape.


        Fold wool piecesand store in drawers with mothballs. The weight of the wool will pull the piece out of shape if it’s hung up.

          Pilling occurs naturally with friction and can be easily removed with a pilling comb or a fabric shaver. The good news: over time, pilling will decrease.

            Always fold your clothesand store lying flat as it might lose its shape when stored on a hanger.

              Make sure to clean your woollen garments before packing them away for a longer time and add some cedar balls or dried lavender sachets to keep moths away.


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                March 22, 2022