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Old 07-09-2011, 12:01 PM   #1
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quick wool wash question

I dont like the feel of longies being all the was lanolized. I have some YUMMY spray that I just got and have just been doing the wet zone. So when you need to wash them, and dont want to use a lanolin wash, what do you use?

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Old 07-09-2011, 12:14 PM   #2
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You could use baby shampoo.

Have you ever tried Euclan? It is a wool wash, but it has only a very small amt of lanolin in it. It does not give the wool that sticky feel that you can get if you use solid lanolin.
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Re: quick wool wash question

I was using Euclean and didn't notice the sticky feel so much. maybe it's the new stuff??? duh, never thought of that! I got some new yummy smelling lanolin wash and spray and used that last time and it was sticky. too bad the euclean doesn't smell like cupcakes And duh, forgot about baby wash too. I just used a little bit of tiny bubbles sample I had around to wash them. It was hard to rinse!
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Re: quick wool wash question

I use the CJ's Wool Wash, it has lanolin in it but not a lot. It won't give you the same feel as if you washed and lanolized the wool separately.
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