How to wash wool correctly - Part 1
This week we will be looking at wool and all other similar materials such as cashmere, angora, mohair and so on.
These are therefore natural materials obtained from the hair-cores of the respective bred animals. They have all positive properties, they are breathable, they can warm perfectly, but also cool with some processing, they are pleasant to the touch. In principle, there is no reason not to wash them, but we always need to consider what kind of garment we have in mind. So sweaters, separate pieces like skirts, dresses or trousers - why not. But definitely don't wash jackets, coats (it may sound strange, but we get these questions) and therefore not whole ensembles like suits or suits. You'll never be able to return them to the appropriate shape, not to mention that the liner materials used in these cases are not laundry. And beware, this also applies to blended materials, because we always maintain according to the most delicate material, which wool certainly is.
Tomorrow we will present the main principles to follow when washing woollen materials, so that the result is not to be lamentable.