Wool blankets 1PLY and 2PLY
Maintenance is not difficult. Care must be taken to ensure as it is a natural material that requires very fine and gentle care. If you are going to have a woolen blanket at home, prepare a suitable Lanolin detergent. With lanolin, you can wash your blanket in a machine at a maximum of 30°C on a "wool" setting. If the blanket was to be washed in warmer water and exposed to long grinding in the washing machine, the blanket would eventually be degraded, the fibers would become brittle and matted.
We do not recommend handwashing. The reason is simple. As soon as the blanket has absorbed all the water, it is almost impossible to pull it out of the tub at all. Hand spinning is also very demanding and laborious. Therefore, if you are not sure of your own washing machine and you do not dare to hand wash, you can put the blankets in the best case to a dry cleaner where they have experience. Wash Blankets as needed and as your own feeling suggests.
Merino wool is self-cleaning and antibacterial, so blankets can be regularly ventilated and washed once a year. If you do not use merino blankets over the summer, you can store them in a simple plastic bag. It is advisable to seal the bag with tape to prevent moths from entering. Against moths, we recommend that you put a fragrant lavender bag that can deter these bad guys.