Lanolin is the natural wax in sheep wool. The wax envelops the fibres, protecting them from harsh environments. The woollen products in our Disana range contain plenty of natural lanolin, which protects and cares for the wool fibres. The Disana woollen covers, in particular, use up the lanolin constantly.
Other woollen products, too, lose the natural wax in the wool from washing or drying, which is why the wool fibres need to be replenished with lanolin every now and then. The best way to do so is with our Disana Lanolin treatment. It is made up of liquid lanolin and dissolves easily in lukewarm water. After washing, the woollen product is placed in a bowl with the lanolin treatment. The wool fibres absorb the lanolin again and the woollen product is protected against dirt and dryness.
This product is perfectly suited to our Disana Woollen Covers
*Store out of reach of children*
~ early June 2021
~ lanolin, polysorbate, cetyl alcohol, citric acid, sodium benzonate, potassium sorbate, aqua.
~ No perfumes, skin and eco friendly, no animal testings.
~ Shake well before use
~ Wash cover with Disana Wool Shampoo
~ Dissolve 2 tablespoons of lanolin in 1 litre of lukewarm water (25°C)
~ Place cover in the lanolin solution and gently massage
~ Leave in the solution only briefly before removing them
~ Gently squeeze out excess water/solution and leave to dry in a shady spot
~ Do not place in direct sunlight or on heater