Keep your sheepskin looking and feeling lovely with our unique duo of sheepskin shampoo and natural fibre wash as well as a practical sheepskin brush!
The conditioning agents work to maintain the natural lustre of the wool pile, working to lock it’s amazing thermal properties and safeguard the stunning soft feel.
- 250ml bottle
- The woolwash contains tea tree oil which is nature’s weapon against dust mites! Tea tree oil also eliminates mould and pet allergens
- Phosphate free, no enzymes peroxide, bleach or alkali. pH neutral. No fillers or thickeners. No synthetic perfume
- Concentrate – only 10ml to 20ml is needed per wash
- Anti-fungal and antibacterial
- Contains lemon myrtle
Our sheepskin shampoo and woolwash is excellent at cleaning other natural fibres such as wool, alpaca, cashmere, silk, mohair, llama, angora and yak.
Always check that your soap dispenser is thoroughly clean to ensure the woolwash does not get contaminated with other detergents.
Please read the label on your sheepskin products and follow the woolwash instructions on the back of the bottle.
Note: Bright coloured sheepskin hides may be susceptible to colour fading and/or dye transfer if machine washed.
The Sheepskin Brush:
Small yet perfectly formed this little sheepskin brush will effortlessly revive tired and matted sheepskins. Preferably we would recommend you brush through your sheepskin rug on a regular basis.
To keep your sheepskin in tip top condition simply brush it through with our Sheepskin Rug Brush then shake outside at least once a month. It is also a good idea to leave your sheepskin outside to let the air circulate through the fleece.
Note: If you have a Curly Sheepskin Rug, or you prefer a more tussled worn look, brushing it will straighten out the curl and leave it fluffy. Spraying a fine mist of clean water on the fleece and then leaving to dry out naturally should revive the curl.