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I use inexpensive shampoo...just a small amount...for handwashing knit items...wooo, blends etc. After all wool is hair. a thorough rinse, a roll in a towel to remove excess moisture and its ready to lay out on my drying rack....a frame covered with hardward cloth, a layer of heavy polyester batting and a cotton fabric stapled into the wooden frame.
A quiltmaker urged us not to use Woollite etc on our handmade quilts. She suggested a semiliquid sold as horse shampoo...tht was pure sodium lauryl scent, no bleach. But I can't locate that anymore. It was made by Proctor and Gamble as I remember. I like it so much and it was so economical i did all my machine laundry in it. Joan 8060
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