Eucalan Wool Wash -
Eucalan Wool Wash -
Sherry has been using Eucalan since Claire was in cloth diapers, it's terrific for washing woolies - which is a term of endearment for wool diaper covers. It's nostalgic but it's a terrific product. Though Claire is now a functional adult with a career, Sherry's love of Eucalan still runs deep. It's the go to that we use in our huge batches of fresh from the mill to remove the spinning oils. Sherry's favorite is lavender, Cindy's is Jasmine.
How it works: Just soak your hand knit with a bit of Eucalan in a bowl or sink of room temperature water and squeeze. We tend to soak about 30 minutes. No need to rinse. Lay knits flat to dry. Be sure to block your new hand knits to gauge. Wash sets (like lingerie) together. Test fabric for color-fastness.
• made with plant derived and renewable ingredients
• biodegradable, phosphate-free, dye-free, sulphate-free
• safe for hand or machine washing (including HE)
Eucalan No Rinse Delicate Wash is non-toxic, biodegradable, free of optical brighteners, phosphates, synthetic fragrance and dye. Eucalan is pH neutral and is packaged in an easy to recycle, dye free HDPE plastic bottle. Available in 5 scents, Eucalan is scented with only quality essential oils, in addition to natural/unscented. The lanolin acts as a natural conditioner, keeping fibres supple and reducing static. Eucalan meets strict European regulations, it is "quickly" biodegradable.
Eucalan Ingredient List:
Available in Several delightful natural scents & 3 sizes
Eucalyptus: Eucalyptus Delicate Wash is Eucalan’s original scent. First introduced in 1989, it is scented using essential oil of eucalyptus. Eucalyptus oil is a natural moth and flea inhibitor, so use Eucalan Eucalyptus regularly on woolens and particularly before storing them for the season. The lanolin enriched formula helps to naturally condition fibres and keep static away. Use on all your delicates like sweaters, lingerie, hosiery, comforters, down jackets, bathing suits, and baby items. This fresh, clean scent is an excellent unisex choice.
Lavender: Eucalan’s Lavender Delicate Wash is scented using the essential oil of lavender. Known for its natural moth and flea inhibiting with antiseptic properties, this is a versatile wash for all fibres. The lanolin enriched formula naturally conditions fibres to keep static away. Lavender’s sweet soothing scent is ideal for baby items like blankets, stuffed animals, clothing and wool diaper covers. Our most versatile scent, use it on all your delicates like sweaters, lingerie, hosiery, comforters, linens, bedding, down jackets and bathing suits.
Grapefruit: Eucalan’s Grapefruit Delicate Wash is scented using essential oil of grapefruit. Grapefruit oil is a natural antiseptic which is particularly beneficial when washing garments that lie close to the skin such as hosiery, workout wear, bathing suits and lingerie. The lanolin enriched formula helps to naturally condition fibres and keep static away. Use on all your delicates and enjoy the fresh, light, invigorating scent.
Jasmine: Eucalan’s newest scent is infused with the beneficial essential oil of Night Bloom Jasmine. Jasmine oil is a natural antiseptic making it perfectly suited for your most delicate fibres. Like all Eucalan scents, Jasmine contains a touch of lanolin to naturally condition fibres and keep static to a minimum. Of all Eucalan options, this is our strongest scent and has quickly become a fan favourite. Wrap your delicates in an aphrodisiac with the intoxicating scent of Jasmine.
Unscented: Unscented Delicate Wash is the same trusted formula without essential oils. It is Eucalan – bare naked, with no added chemicals to hide the natural scent of the product. The lanolin enriched formula helps to condition fibres and keep static away. For those with scent sensitivities, use Eucalan Unscented on all your delicates such as sweaters, lingerie, hosiery, comforters, down jackets, bathing suits and baby items. Really, it is great anytime you don’t want a competing scent. This has quickly become the #1 choice for our customers
One Bottle = 1 bales of hay for the flock
(Our critters consume 14 bales of locally grown hay per day from October - May when our pastures are resting. Your support puts hay in the barn and employs both the Mitchell team and the local hay grower.)