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Wool & Cashmere Shampoo by The Laundress
Wool & Cashmere Shampoo by The Laundress
Wool & Cashmere Shampoo by The Laundress
Wool & Cashmere Shampoo by The Laundress
Wool & Cashmere Shampoo by The Laundress
Wool & Cashmere Shampoo by The Laundress
$ 20.00

Wool & Cashmere Shampoo by The Laundress

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Our pH-neutral fabric wash is gentle on the fibers of wool, cashmere, merino, mohair, and blends. It thoroughly cleans, removing odor, dirt, and oil, while preserving your sweaters’ soft and supple hand and lanolin for decades to come. Plus, our cedar-based fragrance keeps pests away.

Cedar is a modern take on the traditional woody scent, combining sandalwood, orange, and rose with a base of cedar. While we love cedar, moths and critters don't! Color and texture may vary with natural ingredients.

Free of petroleum, phosphate, phthalates, and artificial color. Cruelty-free. No animal by-products.

Ingredients | Concentrated blend of plant-derived anionic and nonionic surfactants, essential oils, and fragrance.
Size | 16 oz | Highly concentrated—up to 32 washes
Designer |  THE LAUNDRESS

Best for the following fibers: sheep’s wool, lamb’s wool, cashmere, merino, pashmina, angora, mohair, camelhair, and alpaca, as well as any wool blends and wool-like synthetics made to look like wool, such as acrylic.

We recommend handwashing or machine washing in cool water. If machine washing, use a delicate or woolen cycle. Turn item inside out and insert in a Mesh Washing Bag (optional). Lay flat to dry in its natural shape. Do not use the dryer unless stated on the care label. Steam as needed.

Launder as follows (based on a full load-use less for smaller loads):

Handwash | 2 capfuls | 32 washes
HE Machine/Regular Cycle | 4 capfuls | 16 washes
Non-HE Machine/Regular Cycle | 8 capfuls | 8 washes 

How-to Video: Caring for Woolens 

Never do the following with woolens… 

Wash with detergents. Use bleach. Use fabric softener. Machine dry. Dry in direct sunlight. Iron. Hang to dry. Store dirty. Store in plastic. Dry clean.

We consider woolens to include fibers such as sheep’s wool, lamb’s wool, cashmere, merino, pashmina, angora, mohair, camelhair, and alpaca, as well as any wool blends and wool-like synthetics made to look like wool, such as acrylic.

Most wool items labeled “dry clean” are generally launderable, but when an item is labeled “dry clean only,” the best way to care for it between cleanings is to steam and treat with Wool & Cashmere Spray.

To remove wrinkles, we recommend steaming for the best and safest finish. Never iron as ironing will crush or flatten the natural pile of the yarns.

It’s always important to clean woolens before storing, as perfume, body products, body oil, food, and dirt can surface later and be much harder to get out. Before packing, spritz with Wool & Cashmere Spray and place in a breathable fabric, such as The Laundress All-Purpose Storage Bag. Never store using plastic, cardboard, drawer liners, and contact paper, as they all attract bugs and encourage bug reproduction.

DETAILS

Ingredients | Concentrated blend of plant-derived anionic and nonionic surfactants, essential oils, and fragrance.
Size | 16 oz | Highly concentrated—up to 32 washes
Designer |  THE LAUNDRESS

USE

Best for the following fibers: sheep’s wool, lamb’s wool, cashmere, merino, pashmina, angora, mohair, camelhair, and alpaca, as well as any wool blends and wool-like synthetics made to look like wool, such as acrylic.

We recommend handwashing or machine washing in cool water. If machine washing, use a delicate or woolen cycle. Turn item inside out and insert in a Mesh Washing Bag (optional). Lay flat to dry in its natural shape. Do not use the dryer unless stated on the care label. Steam as needed.

Launder as follows (based on a full load-use less for smaller loads):

Handwash | 2 capfuls | 32 washes
HE Machine/Regular Cycle | 4 capfuls | 16 washes
Non-HE Machine/Regular Cycle | 8 capfuls | 8 washes 

How-to Video: Caring for Woolens 

TIPS

Never do the following with woolens… 

Wash with detergents. Use bleach. Use fabric softener. Machine dry. Dry in direct sunlight. Iron. Hang to dry. Store dirty. Store in plastic. Dry clean.

We consider woolens to include fibers such as sheep’s wool, lamb’s wool, cashmere, merino, pashmina, angora, mohair, camelhair, and alpaca, as well as any wool blends and wool-like synthetics made to look like wool, such as acrylic.

Most wool items labeled “dry clean” are generally launderable, but when an item is labeled “dry clean only,” the best way to care for it between cleanings is to steam and treat with Wool & Cashmere Spray.

To remove wrinkles, we recommend steaming for the best and safest finish. Never iron as ironing will crush or flatten the natural pile of the yarns.

It’s always important to clean woolens before storing, as perfume, body products, body oil, food, and dirt can surface later and be much harder to get out. Before packing, spritz with Wool & Cashmere Spray and place in a breathable fabric, such as The Laundress All-Purpose Storage Bag. Never store using plastic, cardboard, drawer liners, and contact paper, as they all attract bugs and encourage bug reproduction.