Hides are processed to be handwashable however for best results they can be sent back to the factory for washing. Please contact us for details.Here are washing instructions from the tannery: Machine or hand-wash (we strongly suggest hand washing for the sake of your washing machine as well as the hide) in cold or warm water (do not exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit.) We recommend the use of Kookaburra or Eucalan Wool Wash. You can find these products online. Do not use Woolite, laundry detergents or fabric softeners.For Hand Washing: Put the skin in the tub and hold it under the water until the skin is thoroughly saturated with water. Gently churn the skin to get the soap moving around the fibers and let soak for 5-10 minutes then rinse. Gently squeeze out excess water.For Machine Washing: Set to gentle cycle. Once skin is thoroughly soaked, allow machine to churn briefly. The more churning, the more the wool will mat. Let soak 5-10 minutes. Spin cycle briefly to remove excess water. Rinse if necessary. Dry. NEVER tumble dry- this will mat the wool more.Line dry (NOT IN SUN) or dry flat (wool side down) and stretch to shape while damp. Brush with soft wire brush when wet, when damp, and when dry. Do not tumble dry.Heat will damage sheepskins, resulting is shrinking and hardening of pelt.We do not guarantee the skins through washing.
We love sheepskins for so many uses. They make the perfect landing pad for when you emerge from bed in the morning, they provide a snuggly mat for an infant, they protect us from cold metal folding chairs or insulate those in wheelchairs or strollers. Natural products do connect us to nature in a much-needed way.
This white sheepskin has lovely crimped locks of wool (particularly visible in bottom left of full size image) and a creamy yellow/white color.
Size: 3’1″ x 2’1″
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