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Old 10-12-2008, 02:20 PM   #1
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dr. Bronners to wash wool?

Is it OK to use my lavendar dr. Bronner's to wash my wool covers? I got some wool interlock covers with aplix on * freecycle * How lucky is that? but they seriously need a cleaning.

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Re: dr. Bronners to wash wool?

because there's so many posts i think people might've missed mine!
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Re: dr. Bronners to wash wool?

I use Dr Bronners, but I'm really new to wool. I've only washed mine twice. It smells great that's for sure! It also disolves lanolin well.
Hopefully someone with more wool experience will chime in for you.
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Re: dr. Bronners to wash wool?

I am wondering the same thing. I have some wool sweaters I will be turning into longies soon and want to wash them. All I have is Dr. Bronner's. Will it work.
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