Wool Care

Caring for your Llamajama products is easy. One of the many benefits of wool is that it is not necessary to wash after each use.

Diaper Covers
One of the wonderful benefits of Llamajamas is that they do not need to be washed after each use. An unstained cover can be used approximately six to eight times between washes. A soiled diaper cover should be washed immediately to prevent a stain from setting. In between, simply leave the cover to dry. You can also brush your wool diaper cover with a lint brush to freshen it.

You should only need to wash your wool sweaters once a season unless they get soiled. Soiled clothing should be washed immediately to prevent stains from setting. In between washing, simply brush your wool garment with a lint brush to freshen it.

Washing Instructions
We recommend washing your Llamajama wool products in Llamajama Tea Tree Wool Wash. It is a mild soap infused with Tea Tree and certified organic oils. To wash add 1 tsp per gallon of clean, tepid water. Let garment soak for ten minutes. Gently squeeze suds through the fabric taking care not to felt the wool. Rinse thoroughly in tepid water. Roll garment in a towel to remove excess water. Reshape and dry flat out of direct sun or heat.

Lanolizing Instructions
Adding lanolin back into wool helps it to repel moisture and not to leak. Llamajama 100% Pure Lanolin is a liquid specifically formulated for Llamajama products. Lanolizing your Llamajama is easy. Simply stir teaspoon into a gallon of clean, tepid water. Soak your Llamajama garment inside out for about ten minutes. To remove excess water gently roll it in a towel. Dry flat out of direct heat and light.

Wool is meant to be used and loved often. It is best not to store your wool for longer than a season. If you decide to store your wool as a keepsake, thoroughly wash and rinse your garment to remove all oils. Make sure the wool is completely dry. It is best to keep your woolens in an airtight container or cedar chest. Moth balls and cedar will help discourage pests. Never store your woolens in an attic or a basement as the extreme temperature changes will damage wool.