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Old 03-03-2011, 11:28 AM   #1
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Can I use Imse Vise Wool Cure in my FLer?

I usually wash my interlock on the delicate cycle in my FLer with Euclan wool wash and just skip the rinse. I just got some Imse Vise Wool Cure. Can I do the same thing with that? Or will it damage my washer because of the higher Lanolin content? Do I have to soak overnight and rinse like the directions say? I want to use it on our covers, but I also wanted to use it to wash the sheepskin that my son sleeps on, and I don't want to leave that soaking overnight. TIA!

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Re: Can I use Imse Vise Wool Cure in my FLer?

I wouldn't. I don't even dump it in the sink because I'm afraid it will clog the pipes. I soak in a kitchen mixing bowl and then dump outside. I don't soak overnight, I just leave it for a few hours and then roll in a towel, and lay flat on a drying rack. I don't rinse with vinegar like it says to, and I've never had problems.
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I wouldn't. I don't even dump it in the sink because I'm afraid it will clog the pipes. I soak in a kitchen mixing bowl and then dump outside. I don't soak overnight, I just leave it for a few hours and then roll in a towel, and lay flat on a drying rack. I don't rinse with vinegar like it says to, and I've never had problems.
Ok, thanks. Good to know. What would the purpose be of rinsing it with vinegar?
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