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By Lore Snijkers, 21 august 2023

Wool miracle tips: how to keep your wool sweaters in top condition!

Wool sweaters are not only comfortable and warm, but also timeless and elegant. In this blog post we would like to share some valuable tips on how to take care for your favorite wool sweaters.

Ventilate regularly

You certainly don't have to wash your wool sweaters after every use. Hang your sweaters in the open air for a while to remove unwanted odors.

Avoid washing machines and dryers

A wool sweater and a washing machine is usually not a good combination. If you still want to use the washing machine, wash your sweater inside out and choose a wool detergent and the most delicate washing program with cold water. Dryers are even riskier as they can shrink and transform sweaters. Be sure to avoid fabric softeners as well.

Dry your sweater flat

Let your sweater air dry by laying it flat on a towel or drying rack to prevent stretching.

Store with care

Try folding your sweaters instead of hanging them to minimize friction and stretching.

Invest in a fabric shaver

The Steamery fabric shaver is an absolute musthave if you like to wear wool sweaters. A Steamery fabric shaver is a small, handy device specially designed to remove lint and dust from clothing. The fabric shaver is equipped with rotating blades that gently glide over the surface of your clothes. These blades gently cut away the fluff and pills without damaging your clothes.

Steamery's fabric shaver has been on my wish list for a long time and I can confirm that this is truly a worthwhile purchase. My wool sweaters look as good as new again!

Do you have any tips of your own about how best to maintain your woolen sweaters? Or do you want tips against wool sweaters that itch? Please feel free to leave a comment here!

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