Wool wash

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I previously wrote a post about building a sustainable wardrobe with natural fabric clothing, and now I want to share with you the method that I use to care for these fabrics, especially how to wash wool at home. Even when I decided to incorporate more natural fabric clothing into my wardrobe, I was a

Melanie Kastner
Make your very own wool wash to help clean those winter woolies, blankets and throws. It takes just a few, simple, budget-friendly ingredients to make. Cost effective, gentle and smells amazing. Check out the full DIY instructions, plus a fun little video on how to make your own wool wash plus more DIY projects on Style Curator. Click the image to explore. Cleaning, Crafts, Winter, Diy, Wool Wash, Washing Detergent, Diy Cleaning Products, Dry Cleaning, Diy Laundry Detergent

Winter is here and so it’s that time of year to be using more blankets and throws around the home (and be wearing more knits and woollen items too!). Keep these delicates looking amazing and smelling divine with this simple DIY wool wash recipe! You only need a few ingredients — which you most likely ...

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Homemade No-Rinse Woolite -   Excellent for all woolens and delicates.  You can sub any other EOs for the eucalyptus oil if you prefer a different scent.  The ingredients call for methylated spirits which is denatured alcohol available at hardware stores, Walmart, etc. Cleaning Recipes, Diy, Wool Wash, Cleaners Homemade, Natural Cleaning Products, Diy Cleaning Products, Cleaning Hacks, Cleaning Organizing, Diy Cleaners

I have made this wool wash, rather than buying it, and it works brilliantly. It leaves the woollens really soft and smelling lovely, and I also use it when I am wanting to freshen up sheets and doonas etc, and for sterilising these items while they wash. It's also great for towels. I have had this 1st batch for at least 6 months, and I freshened it up a week or so ago by adding some hot water to it, as it hard hardened up and was becoming hard to scoop out. It is now really good again, and…

cheryl erlandson