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Product Care

Wool 

The best way to care for all of our wool-filled bedding is to expose them to direct sunlight and fresh air once a month. This will evaporate all the moisture that may be contained within the fibers and will also freshen the bedding by taking out any body odors. Another alternative to sunning and airing is to put topper in the dryer on cold air fluff or 10-20 minutes (check every 5 minutes) with a tennis ball or clean tennis shoe to re-fluff the fibers. Stains may be spot cleaned using a solution of 1:3 parts white distilled vinegar and water, or a dilute solution of our Kookaburra Wool Wash. You can also try diluted hydrogen peroxide. Spray the water/vinegar solution on the stain and expose to direct sunlight. Blot wth a clean white paper towel,  Let dry, continue this method until stain fades and odors dissipate. Or, use a non-toxic spot cleaner. Use as directed. Be sure product dries completely. If sunning and airing is not feasible, bedding products may be professionally cleaned by an upholstery method using a wet-cleaning technique. They can be dry cleaned, but most people prefer not to due to the toxic chemicals used in dry cleaning.

Hemp and Organic Cotton can be machine washed with warm water and tumble dry. We recommend our Kookaburra wool wash, or if using your own detergent, use less than the package recommends unless items is extremely dirty.  Some shrinkage is to be expected, the hotter the washer and dryer  the more it can shrink. Fabric softener is optional. Do not use chlorine bleach (like Clorox).  Oxygen bleach is fine.  Pressing is optional. Hemp gets better with each wash.  Organic Cotton has a natural oil that after several washes, will become more absorbent. Where absorbency is desired, fabric softener is not recommended.

Hemp and Silk should be treated as a delicate due to the silk content. Turn items like pillowcases inside out, and wash on delicate cycle. Not much detergent is needed. Cool water. Fabric softener optional.  Air dry.

 

Puddle pads and Mattress protectors wash as 'hemp & silk" above.

 

Zafus and Zabutons can be spot-cleaned with carpet cleaner, then vacuum. the wool fill can be removed from the zafus and the fabric washed, then re-stuff.

 

Questions?  Call us at 541-201-0808 from 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. PST.

 



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