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Breathability: Wool is the most breathable filling material available. It actually helps to regulate your body temperature.
Natural: Wool is a natural material; something grown, not made in a lab. Your body knows the difference. Wool surpasses synthetic fill in terms of quality and durability.
Anti-Microbial & Anti-Bacterial: Amazingly, wool resists bacteria. It’s actually both antimicrobial and antibacterial.
Naturally Fire Resistant: Wool is fire resistant, providing a safe sleeping environment. Wool does not catch on fire and actually acts as a natural fire retardant.
A Renewable Resource, From Sheep: Unlike bedding that uses plucked down feathers, a sheep grows a coat of wool annually and is not harmed during shearing (it’s like getting a haircut).
Supports Small Farms And Farmers: Wool is a sustainable product and helps small farmers make a living.
Sustainable and Lasting: With proper care, your woollen products can last for decades.
- Gently brush your woollen garments after every wear as they accumulate a lot of dust and are vulnerable to moths.
- Spot-cleaning is a feasible method to ensure your woollens stay clean.
- If you accidentally stain your garment or scarf, take them to the dry cleaner as soon as possible !
- Hand-washing in cold water is the best (unless it has a label which reads "Dry Clean Only".)
- Use the right neutral detergent.
- Never hang your woollen garments in a clothes line to dry! Hence, always lay the garment on a flat surface and allow it to dry in room temperature, away from sunlight and heat.
- Never store a slightly damp sweater, scarf or sock in the wardrobe. It’s an easy spot for germ build-up.
- Never iron woollen garments when it’s dry. Always use steam iron.
- Make sure to keep your sweater/garment inside-out and iron on the inside. And always set the settings on your iron to WOOL before pressing the garment.
- Hang mothballs in the shelf where you store it.
- Fold them neatly instead of hanging, this will cause wrinkles.