- Medical sheepskins should be washed a minimum of weekly using a detergent with antibacterial and disinfecting properties to prevent crossinfection.
- Baby lambskins should be washed regularly, much the same as other bedding to maintain a clean fresh environment for the child.
ALL SHEEPSKIN, WOOL & WASHABLE PRODUCTS:
Always wash in cold or warm water
– Never hot water, unless washing Green HT90 Sheepskin products.
Top Load – Measure 20ml (½ fl oz) Lambskin Shampoo for small load and 40ml (1 fl oz) for large load into the washing machine.
Front Load – use half the quantity. Use small load settings for small articles or full load settings for larger loads. Select for cold or warm wash. Use gentle or wool wash setting and double rinse.
HAND WASH: Measure 20ml (½ fl oz) for each 10lt (2 gal) of cold or lukewarm water into single wash tub. For larger items, best results will be achieved using a bathtub. Place sheepskin article in the solution and work it through the lambskin for approximately 5 minutes. Do not stretch the skin. Squeeze by hand until clean. Rinse thoroughly with cold water until water is clear.
DRYING: If hand washing, squeeze excess water – do not wring.
Tumble dry in COOL – NOT HOT – dryer or allow to dry away from direct heat or sunlight.