Seven things you need to know BEFORE you wash a sheepskin rug 1 - The leather backing will never be as soft as when your sheepskin was new That’s right folks! I’m sorry to say that when you wash a sheepskin rug the leather will never feel as soft as it did...
Drying a sheepskin rug takes time, and you need to do it the correct way to avoid the leather going really stiff. To dry a sheepskin rug I used a clean towel to lay it on (after spinning out excess water in a washing machine), and gently pulled the leather into shape making sure...
I have a confession. I didn’t brush my sheepskin as often as I should have. And now my rug will never look as good as it did when it was new. Working every day with sheepskin you would think I should know better!I have a beautiful sheepskin rug that I...
How to Brush Mohair or Alpaca Blankets With use a mohair or alpaca throw blanket will fluff up and get tangled. This is perfectly normal and the fluffies can be tamed with a gentle brush with a natural bristle hairbrush. Don't use a plastic brush with balls on the end...
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