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Holy Lamb Organics

Lambswool Fleece Topper

Regular price $105.00 USD
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Lush and soft, Happy Lamb Fleece is a superior alternative to traditional sheepskin. Premium eco wool is woven into a backing of 100% natural cotton knit. The result is a soft, flexible fleece providing the look and feel of sheepskin without the stiffness, weight, or chemicals of the tanned hide. The result is a cozy, breathable sleep surface that provides warmth in the winter and is cool in summer. It may also offer significant pressure point relief for a more restful slumber.


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MACHINE WASHING Keep in mind that with each washing there is the potential for slight shrinkage. Wash only as needed. With both methods described below, it’s important that you skip the wash cycle. The wash cycle creates agitation, which can result in felted or ruined wool bedding. TOP-LOAD WASHERS Use soak and spin cycles only. Do not use the wash cycle, which agitates and can ruin your items. Manually set cycles to soak and spin. Do not allow the machine to enter the wash cycle. · SOAK. Fill machine with cold water. Add a small amount of biodegradable detergent or wool wash. Place item in machine, gently pushing to absorb the water. Let it soak. · SKIP ALL WASH CYCLES. The wash cycle is where agitation happens. Instead, manually set to spin. Centrifugal force will spin the water out. · SOAK & SPIN. Leave item in machine, allow to refill with cold water and soak. Follow with a spin cycle. Repeat as needed. · DO NOT MACHINE DRY. Drape your wool items in the sun or a warm place to dry. FRONT-LOAD WASHERS – Use the gentlest, shortest and lowest-soil settings. Do not use the wash cycle, which agitates and can ruin your items. For best results, wash with a full load. · SOAK. Place items in the machine and fill with cold water. Add a small amount of biodegradable detergent or wool wash to the dispenser. Let it soak. · SKIP ALL WASH CYCLES. The wash cycle is where agitation happens. Instead, manually set to spin. Centrifugal force will spin the water out. · SOAK & SPIN. Leave item in the machine and allow to refill with cold water and soak. Follow with a spin cycle. Repeat as needed. · DO NOT MACHINE DRY. Drape your wool items in the sun or a warm place to dry. SPOT CLEANING Soak the affected area with hydrogen peroxide (note, peroxide may cause lightening of the fabric). As the area dries, you’ll see stains lift and disappear. Tougher stains may require repeat applications. For larger areas, place the stained portion in a sink or tub, apply a biodegradable detergent and run water through the soiled area. Wool is very absorbent, so avoid immersing the entire item in water. Drape or line dry in the sun or warm place. You can also place the soaked area between two towels and press the excess moisture out. Do not wring or machine dry

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