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Old 06-04-2007, 01:53 PM   #11
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Does the spray ever leave stains? I sometimes have a problem with little stain spots with liquid lanolin.
I don't get any stains - I always spray the inside of the shorties/cover (not the outside). Even if you get some excess lanolin, it will get used up over time anyway.

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Yeah I mean the wool wash says it has 100% lanolin. I lanolize with either liquid or solid lanolin. Can I use the spray instead of that or is it best to use as a booster? It's just a pain to have to soak clean wool in lanolin, wait to dry etc. I'd rather use the spray and just wash when the wool is soiled
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Yeah I mean the wool wash says it has 100% lanolin. I lanolize with either liquid or solid lanolin. Can I use the spray instead of that or is it best to use as a booster? It's just a pain to have to soak clean wool in lanolin, wait to dry etc. I'd rather use the spray and just wash when the wool is soiled
OT: But how can the wash be 100% lanolin? Then there aren't any "%"s left for actual soap?? KWIM? Do they mean the lanolin in the wash is pure lanolin? Sorry, don't mean to be beating a dead horse, but I'm wondering about a mislabelling on your wool wash... THere has to be SOME "wash" (i.e. detergent, soap, whatever) in your wool wash, so it CANNOT be 100% lanolin or else it would just be plain old lanolin...

I always use my spray to lanolize (maybe use my liquid lanolin once every 6 months) after washing in a wool wash w/ lanolin.
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OT: But how can the wash be 100% lanolin? Then there aren't any "%"s left for actual soap?? KWIM? Do they mean the lanolin in the wash is pure lanolin? Sorry, don't mean to be beating a dead horse, but I'm wondering about a mislabelling on your wool wash... THere has to be SOME "wash" (i.e. detergent, soap, whatever) in your wool wash, so it CANNOT be 100% lanolin or else it would just be plain old lanolin...

I always use my spray to lanolize (maybe use my liquid lanolin once every 6 months) after washing in a wool wash w/ lanolin.
Good point. It's probably 100% "pure" lanolin. Meaning that whats in there for lanolin is 100% pure. I understand mama!
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Old 06-19-2007, 09:45 AM   #15
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OT: But how can the wash be 100% lanolin? Then there aren't any "%"s left for actual soap?? KWIM? Do they mean the lanolin in the wash is pure lanolin? Sorry, don't mean to be beating a dead horse, but I'm wondering about a mislabelling on your wool wash... THere has to be SOME "wash" (i.e. detergent, soap, whatever) in your wool wash, so it CANNOT be 100% lanolin or else it would just be plain old lanolin...

I always use my spray to lanolize (maybe use my liquid lanolin once every 6 months) after washing in a wool wash w/ lanolin.

wow been a long time since I checked this. Now I understand your question! It's a wool wash soap with lanolin in it. And you're right I don't know why the labeling would say it's made with 100% lanolin.

Thanks for the ideas! I've been using my spray more than the liquid/solid lanolin and it's a lot easier
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