We've simplified the lanolizing process for our wonderful
For everyday washing of your wool items, simply melt a
Lanolin Cube in a cup of boiled or really hot water. Stir until it is dissolved
and water turns soapy white. Then pour into your warm water sink basin. Your
wool diaper covers, sweaters and other items will be washed and conditioned in
one easy step. Follow with a rinse and gently wring out excess water and hang
dry. This wash will not bubble up or get foamy, but your wool will get clean!
If you want foamy lanolin soap, try our foaming wash!
You may also lanolize your wool by adding up to one
tablespoon (approx. 35 grams) of our solid lanolin. Dissolve in hot water as
described above. Soak your wool for 20 minutes and up to overnight. Gently
squeeze out excess water and then lay on a towel and roll to remove excess
water for faster drying and minimal stretching. (Important for new wool, well
used wool or heavy wetters!)
Please Note: You can use more Lanolin Cubes for larger
sweaters, bulk washing or multiple diaper covers. If you have a small or
newborn cover, you can cut it in half. But for time and ease, we recommend
washing more than one cover at a time.
Each package contains 6 Cubes!
Ingredients: Lanolin, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Palmate, Ricinus Communis (castor) seed oil, Carthamus Tinctorius (safflower) seed oil, Glycerin, Water, Sorbitol, Sorbitan Oleate, Glycine Soja (soybean) protein, Rice brand oil, Calendula oil, Aloe Vera Extract.
May contain fragrance or essential oils.
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