Wool Wash 8 oz. with Lanolin
Almond: Nutty with added notes of brown sugar and cinnamon. A modern twist on the classic almond fragrance.
Black Cherry: An effervescent black cherry fragrance with gentle oatmeal
Blood Orange & Lavender: The sweeter, richer citrus scent of blood orange oil is blended with the fresh floral scent of organic lavandin oil
Himalayan Salt: Crisp, ocean breezes envelope you as you walk along a secluded tropical beach, the waves gently spraying up a fine mist that refreshes your soul and cleanses your mind.
Ginger White Tea: Fresh and slightly spiced, this fragrance is invigorating with subtle notes of exotic tea. It’s refreshing to the senses while evoking a warm feeling timelessness.
Lavender: A light, pleasant floral soothes and relaxes
Lavender-Peppermint: The fresh sweet floral of lavender blended with the sweet sharp and penetrating scent of peppermint
Lemongrass: A sweet, herbaceous, lemony aroma
Mango Papaya: Tropical top notes of ripe melon, sweet orange, coconut, and mandarin come together with a sugary vanilla base
Oatmeal, Milk, & Honey: Not too sweet: a light, creamy, silky scent, slightly cookie-like
Ocean Tides: A clean, crisp, refreshing, watery fragrance, with just a hint of pine
Orange Cinnamon: Although this fragrance is more of an upbeat take on holiday fragrances; with its energizing smell of orange it can be used all year around!
Patchouli: Powerful, exotic, mossy, yet sweet and earthy
Rejuvenation: A blend of eucalyptus and spearmint essential oils combine for a refreshing, invigorating fragrance
Unscented: Completely unscented (not even a masking fragrance) so this smells like just the soap and nothing more.
Product Information: If this is the first time you have washed the article and the article contains more than one color, ensure it is colorfast before immersing in water. Be sure to choose the proper Wool Wash for your needs. I suggest using Wool Wash With Lanolin for your wool items and Wool Wash Lanolin Free for all other items.
Add one pump of Wool Wash to your wash tub. Add enough tepid water to completely cover the item.
Soak it for 15 minutes (minimum). Gently squeeze items to incorporate water and soap throughout fibers. Do not agitate item.
Gently squeeze out water, do not twist. No need to rinse. Some color may bleed into the water, especially during the items first soak.
Wool Wash is great for both regular and high efficiency (HE) machines.
Add it just as you would a liquid laundry detergent, typically 2-3 pumps of Wool Wash for a small load.
Run the machine on the delicate cycle, cool or tepid water only, no rinse cycle needed.
Put some Wool Wash on the end of a cotton swab, gently rub the stain, and then rinse with cool or tepid water.
Dry all items out of direct heat and sunlight.
Lay knit articles flat on clean dry towel. Roll article in towel to remove excess moisture. Lay flat to dry on drying rack or clean dry towel.
Ingredients: Water, Potassium Cocoate (made from organic coconut oil), Potassium Oleate (made from organic sunflower oil), Lauryl Betaine (made from vegetable oils), Glycerin (organic origin), Benzyl Alcohol (plant-based and naturally derived), Potassium Palm Kernelate (made from palm kernel oil), Palm Kernel Acid (made from palm kernel oil), Decyl Glucoside (synthetic), Potassium Citrate (made from citric acid), Essential Oils and/or Fragrance
Customers have commented on how strong the scents are in the bottles. That is due to how concentrated this product is. So little is needed for each wash. I tested each scent at the shop by washing swatches of wool and alpaca blends. When used per directions, the faint lingering scent is quite pleasant, not strong at all.