Merino wool fibers can hold up to 30% of its own weight in moisture while remaining dry to the touch and are 10x more effective at wicking moisture than synthetic fibers.
With great fabric comes the great responsibility of ensuring you get as much performance out of your gear as possible. Wool is no exception to this rule of thumb as it’s truly the fabric of all fabrics when it comes to the daily grind of the next big adventure.
It’s eco-friendly, breathable, antibacterial, moisture-wicking, insulating, lightweight, water repellent and quick drying- need I go on?
Machine wash your garments on a warm temperature setting no more than 40° C (104°F) or if your machine has a wool or delicate setting, select it. Use a mild detergent or a wool cleaner product (we recommend the Grangers Merino Wash).
Air dry your woollen gear by laying them down flat to avoid stretching and deforming. Avoid drying your wool in direct sun (especially in warmer parts of the world). You may iron them on a warm, woollen setting if necessary. Merino wool dries overnight so you can get straight back into wearing it.
You may choose to iron your Merino gear on a low heat setting but it’s not a must. Merino is quick to air dry and keeps wrinkle-free.
For the best result with washing, refer to the garment tags to check for care instructions. You can also refer to the recommended Grangers bottles for details.
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