Resilient and simple to care for, wool naturally repels water + stains. Soak up liquid spills when they happen, with a paper towel or napkin. Messier (thicker) spills should be left to dry – the mess will sit on the surface – then it can be easily scratched or brushed off later, followed by a damp cloth to spot clean, as needed.
If a more thorough cleaning is required, instructions vary:
CAMP BLANKETS + ORIGINAL WOOL BLANKETS (poly batting)
Machine wash in cold water on delicate or gentle cycle + lay flat or hang over a railing to dry.
DOUBLE-WOOL BLANKETS + FLANNEL-WRAPPED WOOL BLANKETS (wool batting)
Hand wash, spin out in the machine, then smooth out, straighten the edges + lay flat to dry. I recommend using Soak + I send some with every blanket (not sponsored – I just love this 🇨🇦 product!🙂). Most of my clients tell me they haven't even washed their blankets yet, so it seems this little extra care won't be a big deal.
CANADIANA CUSHIONS (critters)
Remove cotton animal appliqué cover, turn inside out + close snaps. Machine wash in cold water on delicate or gentle cycle + lay flat to dry.
Remove pieced wool cover, close zipper + dry clean.
PORCH PILLOWS (mostly cotton)
Remove cotton cover, close zipper + dry clean or handwash (cold water) + lay flat to dry.
TABLE MATS + RUNNERS
Hand or machine wash in cold water on delicate or gentle cycle + lay flat to dry.