Think of wool as a “dry clean only” item? Think again. Not only do these natural beauties clean up well, but washing them can help preserve fibers. Save time, money, and your winter fashion favorites with this step-by-step guide.
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Say “So Long” to Stains
Remove stains and pretreat susceptible areas before washing with Stain Solution by applying directly to spots and areas like collars and cuffs and work into the fabric using a finger or the Stain Brush.
Note: When treating blood stains, always use cold water.
Spot treat using the Wash & Stain Bar. Work the bar into a lather using cool water, apply directly to the stain, and wipe the area clean with a damp Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth.