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Sheep Skin
the LAMBorghini of fleece

 

Sheep skin is naturally thermostatic. In the winter fibres insulate and retain body heat, therefore baby will stay warm and cosy but in hot summer months, perspiration is absorbed by fibres, minimising those heat rashes and ensuring comfort.

100% Natural and biodegradable

Lamb wool is super soft and with its temperature regulating properties will make baby feel more relaxed and comfy. It is super strong and bendable 20 000 times without breaking and is nothing like those synthetic fibres. Because we love our babies the fleece is also kind to their future environment being 100% natural and 100% biodegradable.

Allergies

Wool dries naturally and repels mildew and dust mites making it a great choice for allergy sufferers. Studies show that babies sleeping on the LambsWool are less likely to develop asthma. No frequent washing is required, wool products naturally resist soiling because of the natural lanolin in the wool. Lanolin is a wonder “ingredient” being antibacterial all naturally.

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Care Instructions

Sheepskin & Leather

LambsWool is created with care and love. You will be able to enjoy your Sheepskin for many years, provided you follow the care instructions carefully.

Due to the natural lanolin in the wool, genuine LambsWool tends to be self-cleaning. Daily airing will keep your LambsWool fresh and help maintain its self-cleaning properties.

Your carefully selected Sheepskin may have been tightly packaged for the journey home and so the wool may appear flattened. Wool fibres are very resilient and will bounce back to their original springy appearance.

A vigorous shake will also help restore the soft, fluffy appearance of the wool. Any fold marks from packaging will disappear once the skin has been removed from the package for several days.

Storage of Sheepskin

Should you wish to store your LambsWool at any time, place it in a cool airy place avoiding direct sunlight. The packaging in plastic bags or a box for an extended period of time is not recommended as the Sheepskin fibres will not breathe and condensation may occur in warm conditions.

Whilst we endeavour to provide helpful information, washing and drying of LambsWool are done at your own risk and we cannot be held responsible for unforeseen damage that may occur.

Washing Sheepskin

Should a Sheepskin come into contact with urine, it should be washed as soon as possible after soiling to maximize the life of Sheepskin. Our unique tanning processes enables your Sheepskin to be easily hand-washed. It is important NOT to use hot water when washing LambsWool as this may damage the pelt of the LambsWool.

Do NOT use soap or washing powders containing enzymes or bleach, or which are alkaline. Do NOT use fabric softeners or Woolite. Use the “delicate” cycle on your washing machine. Use bicarbonate soda or an eco soap*. Rinse thoroughly in cold water. Hand squeeze as much water from the Sheepskin as possible or lightly spin in the washing machine.

Drying LambsWool

The Sheepskin may be tumble dried on the “cool” setting. Do NOT use “hot” setting as excessive heat may damage the Sheepskin. Alternatively, hang the Sheepskin flat outside to dry naturally, avoiding direct sunlight.

Take care not to place the Sheepskin on a radiator, steam pipe or in front of a fan heater as this may damage the Sheepskin. Do Not iron or bleach the LambsWool.

Brushing of LambsWool

After washing the wool may revert back to its natural curly state. You can help restore the fluffy appearance by brushing the wool while it is wet and again when it is dry. A wire pet brush or a comb is suitable.

Note that natural white colour LambsWool can yellow with age, this can’t be reverted.

The leather might seem to firm up after the 1st few washes, just continue using it as normal.

Dry cleaning of LambsWool

The LambsWool can also be professionally dry-cleaned at own risk.