Here is a guide to wool care and thought everyone here may be able to use it. If you click on the link to "Part One" in the beginning, it has info on the different types of wool, lingo, places to buy wool, felting and more. But this link is for all things wool care like measuring, washing, shaving, a great lanolizing tutorial and even resetting dye instructions.
Nice. I'll be looking at this for sure.
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I'd just like to add that the new Soluble Lanolin is solid lanolin but ready to use, and is the absolutely simplest way to lanolise. I guess it wasn't available when the blog was written, but well worth trying. It comes in sachets, and you just add a sachet to warm water to make your solution. It's also ver economical, as you use the right amount every time, so there's no waste. It's as simple as using fabric conditioner.
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