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MERINO

FABRIC CARE

Your Mad About Merino fashion item is easy to take care of. Simply pop it into your washing machine on wool cycle using a wool detergent, or Dr. Bronner's Castile Soap. We also like to use a garment bag so the item doesn't get tangled with other items in your wash and possibly damaged. Line dry out of direct sunlight, or inside your house. That's it!

Washer & Dryer

1.Machine Washable

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2. Use Wool Detergent or

Dr. Bronner's Castile Soap

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3. Line Dry in the Shade

Fabric Care

Wool is a hard wearing, natural protein fiber and all of our products are manufactured using machine washable yarns. We do strongly recommend that all our garments are stored appropriately, and washed on a wool specific program using a Woolmark approved detergent at a maximum spin speed of 600 rpm. Line dry out of direct sunlight, fold or hang garment, warm iron if preferred.

Your Mad About Merino fashion item is easy to take care of. Simply pop it into your washing machine on wool cycle using a wool detergent, or Dr. Bronner's Castile Soap. We also like to use a garment bag so the item doesn't get tangled with other items in your wash and possibly damaged. Line dry out of direct sunlight, or inside your house. That's it!

Dr. Bronner's Castile Soap

Dr. Bronner's Castile Soap is a great way to wash your Mad About Merino. You can hand wash or machine wash your item, and Dr. Bronner's has a variety of different scents, so you're sure to find a fresh Landry scent you'll love.

Will My Mad About Merino Shrink?

No. Your product will come out of the wash a little tighter but will loosen up soon after wearing.

Can I Iron It?

Yes, but only on a wool setting. Often creases in the fabric will disappear while wearing.

Will It Itch?

No. Superfine merino wool is luxuriously soft to the touch and should not give you any problem.

What About Pilling?

During initial wear all knitwear will shed some of its fibres and create small balls on the surface of the fabric. This is normal and a temporary issue and not a sign of poor quality yarns. The small balls that may appear are easily removed with a safety razor or a pilling comb. In time they will naturally drop off during washing and wear.

​What Is Eating My Mad About Merino?

Merino wool (all kind of wool) is a natural product made out of protein fibers, and a favorite food for moths and silverfish. We recommend you keep your Mad About Merino item in the bag it came in, or hang it in your closet protecting it with a herbal anti-moth clothing protector. Once in a while it's also a great idea to put your Mad About Merino in a ziplock bag overnight in the freezer. Merino wool loves to spend the night there...it'll freeze and kill any potential moth eggs and it freshenr up the wool.

Lavender Essential Oil is the very best for keeping moths and silverfish at bay!

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