1 - Wash by HandWash sheepskin by hand if a smaller item or wash separately in the washing machine if a larger item so it won't be affected by color bleeding of other articles.
2 - Use Cold WaterUse cold or lukewarm water up to 108 degrees Fahrenheit or 40 degrees Celsius.
3 - Use Mild DetergentUse a mild detergent such as Kookaburra Sheepskin Wash. Kookaburra wash is plant based and can be used for washing sheepskin by hand or your washing machine, depending on the sheepskin product you are cleaning. This mild yet effective wash, combines the natural deodorizing power of Tea Tree Oil with the conditioning and fibre enhancing qualities of Lanolin. Kookaburra Sheepskin Wash will properly clean and extend the life of any sheepskin washables you own.
Note: Never wash your sheepskin items with bleach or wool wash that contains enzymes.
4 - Lay It FlatStretch your sheepskin item and lay flat to dry or line dry in the shade after washed and rinsed. Never tumble dry or iron.
5 - Brush ItBrush long-haired sheepskin products or apparel after they have completely dried.
Proper cleaning and maintenance of your sheepskin products will greatly extend the life of your sheepskin keeping it looking and feeling great. Simply purchase some Kookaburra Sheepskin Wash and follow the 5 steps listed above and it makes for cleaning your sheepskin an easy and effective process.
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Some information taken from: http://home.howstuffworks.com/home-improvement/household-hints-tips/cleaning-organizing/how-to-clean-sheepskin.htm