Care Instructions for Wool 


The wool adjusts to room temperature thanks to the compactness of the fibres and their breathability. These natural fibres need adequate care. 


Basic Advice

First, soak up the liquid with an absorbent cloth and roughen the surface of dried stains using a spoon.
The treatment should be used on the edge of the stain first, working towards the middle so as to avoid the stain spreading further. Then, treat the stain according to the following guide.


Types of Stains

  • Alcohol: Water with furniture shampoo added, adding a dash of spirit vinegar.
  • Ballpoint pen: Acetone or nail varnish remover - oil-free OR 1 tea spoon of detergent 1 cup of hot water
  • Blood: Cold water OR Water with furniture shampoo added.
  • Butter: Turpentine AND Stain remover for fat or oil OR Water with furniture shampoo added.
  • Chewing gum: Cool with ice cubes in a plastic bag, break the chewing-gum and carefully remove the loose pieces OR Contact a specialist.
  • Chocolate Coffee: Water with furniture shampoo added OR Turpentine
  • Cream: Use no 7, adding a dash of spirit vinegar
  • Fruit juice: Water with furniture shampoo added
  • Furniture polish: Stain remover for fat or oil OR Water with furniture shampoo added
  • Ink: Water with furniture shampoo added OR Contact a specialist
  • Lipstick: Stain remover for fat or oil OR Water with furniture shampoo added
  • Milk: one tea sponn of table salt in a cup of warm water OR Water with furniture shampoo added
  • Oil: Stain remover for fat or oil OR Water with furniture shampoo added
  • Tea: Water with furniture shampoo added 
  • Urine: Water with furniture shampoo added OR Household disinfectant OR Contact a specialist
  • Wine: Water with furniture shampoo added, adding a dash of spirit vinegar