Brush Head 12 W X 7.5 CM L | Total Length 18 CM
Restore the pile and lustre of your authentic sheepskin rug with our metal bristle carding brush. This tool will help untangle the wool fibres of your sheepskin which can get matted down over time and to remove any debris trapped in the pile. It can be used both before and after spot cleaning and washing to restore the original lustre of the rug.
HOW TO USE YOUR SHEEPSKIN BRUSH
This tool will help untangle the wool fibres of your sheepskin which can get matted down over time and to remove any debris trapped in the pile. It can be used both before and after spot cleaning and washing to restore the original lustre of the rug.
For general sheepskin maintenance
Briskly shake your sheepskin to remove any large particles and dust. Then firmly press the brush down into the hair fibres, separating them with your hand if necessary to get the brush in the right spot. Then gently press and pull away in the direction of the hair growth. Continue this process over your sheepskin. Some shedding (wool fluff) will come out in the brush. This is normal and can be removed from the brush by hand in the direction away from the bristles so as not to hurt yourself.
For cleaning your sheepskin
For washing or spot cleaning, first, give the sheepskin a brisk shake and brush per the instructions above. Allow the sheepskin to dry naturally in the shade. Avoid direct sunlight as UV rays may cause the dyed colour to fade and/or discolour. Then when it’s almost dry give it a good brush, then again when dry.
NOTE: Any small spills can be spot-cleaned with a damp cloth. For large areas, you may wash with mild liquid hand soap or enzyme-free washing liquids. It's preferable to avoid full immersion of the sheepskin in liquid if possible to help avoid the natural suede reverse from hardening and the sheepskin hair fibres from curling too much - but if it must be done, this is where the brush can be used to minimise this!)