Lanolin is a rich natural conditioner that comes from sheep. Lanolize once a month to restore the natural softness, waterproofing and natural antibacterial properties to your wool covers and thus extending the life of your cover. 4 oz. bottle.
- Begin with dry, clean wool. If lanolizing items with snaps, be sure to unsnap.
- Draw a pan/bucket/sink of lukewarm water. Hot water will felt and shrink wool.
- Take a separate cup of very hot water, add a pea size ( this is for approximately 2 to 3 articles) of BabeeGreens pure lanolin. Stir to dissolve. Dissolving well is very important to avoid sticky spots on the wool.
- Once well dissolved add to the sink of lukewarm water and mix well.
- Add your wool, soaking it through with the lukewarm, lanolin-rich bath. Let sit for a minimum of 3 hours to overnight.
- When it is time to dry the cover, longies etc, avoid wringing or squeezing the fabric. This can cause it to become misshapen. Lay the article in a clean, dry towel and roll it to remove excess water. Lay flat to dry and you are ready to go!
- Your wool can be air dried for weeks unless soiled, and used over and over before needing to washed. Lanolize once a month or so.