Wool Care Instruction

Wool Care Instruction

Wool is a natural fiber that is self-regulating. Wool is naturally antibacterial, stain-resistant, odor-resistant, and also crease-resistant. Because of all these qualities wool garments do not need to be washed often, you can wash them once or twice a season. When washing is necessary you can either hand wash or machine wash it, dry cleaning is also an option.

Hand washing Instruction:

  1. Turn the garment inside out.
  2. Fill a basin with water with 30C or less temperature.
  3. Use a gentle detergent or the ones made for wool and cashmere.
  4. Soak the garment for 10-15 minutes in the basin with water and detergent.
  5. Remove it from the basin and rinse the sweater with water until there is no more sud.
  6. Do NOT wring wool clothing as it would stretch the fabric. Press or squeeze out as much water as you can.
  7. Roll the garment in a dry towel to remove excess moisture.
  8. Lay the wool garment flat on either a dry fresh towel or a mesh rack.
  9. Do not dry in direct sunlight.

Machine wash:

  1. Turn the garment inside out.
  2. Wash on delicate cycle (if available wool cycle or hand wash cycle)
  3. Use cold water and a gentle detergent or the ones for wool/cashmere
  4. Add extra rinse to the wash cycle
  5. Do NOT put it in the dryer or wash it with hot water, it will shrink the garment.
  6. Lay the wool garment flat on either a dry fresh towel or a mesh rack.

Wrinkles and creases:

You can use a steamer to get the wrinkles out, do not use it too close to the fabric or too often..

Storing wool:

  1. Before storing, ensure your garments are clean and dry.
  2. Store your clean and folded wool pieces in breathable cotton or wool woven bags.
  3. Place them in airtight storage bins with cedar wood to keep the moths away.
  4. Make sure to check on your fabric from time to time

Wool slippers are very comfortable, temperature regulating, and will mold to the shape of your feet after a few wears. Wool is a natural fiber that is breathable, temperature-regulating, anti-bacterial, and anti-odor.

Footwear Care Instruction:

What you need:

  • Soft-bristled brush like a toothbrush
  • Mild detergent
  • Isopropyl alcohol
  • Cloth

Hand clean:

  1. Brush the wool part of the slipper with the soft-bristled brush. Brush the inside and outside to refresh the wool.
  2. Clap the slippers together to remove dust, dirt, and any soil after brushing the slippers.

Spot clean:

  1. Create a mixture of 2 cups of warm water and 2 drops of mild detergent.
  2. Dampen washcloth
  3. Clean the stained spot as needed.
  4. Air dry


  1. Spritz isopropyl alcohol inside the slippers and allow it to air dry.
  2. Dry brush afterwards


  1. Put slippers in the bag and put it in the freezer overnight; it kills the bacteria.
  2. Dry brush and clap the slippers together after.

Cleaning suede sole:

  1. Wet cloth with the alcohol.
  2. Scrub suede soles until there is no longer dirt on the cloth.
  3. Sole will look damp but dry within an hour and leave no spell.
  4. Once dry, give the suede a brush with the soft bristle brush.

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