It is often simply shake sheep's clothing to get rid of debris, dust and hair. Don't forget about a vacuum cleaner, which did a fine job with the cleaning. But if there is dirt or stains, you will have to admit this thing for the inevitable washing. But in this case there is always the danger that after this procedure the skin will not be as soft and fluffy as it was before. Your sheep's clothing, be it a carpet or Mat, can be washed in the washing machine or by hand. The main thing is not to use hot water, as this may damage the sheepskin.
When washing use a special detergent for wool or any other detergent in liquid form. This can be a special tool for washing Pets, a conventional liquid soap or dishwashing detergent. One of these tools carefully pre-dissolve in a little warm water, the temperature of which should not exceed 30 degrees.
When washing sheepskins in any case do not use soap or washing powder, which is composed of chlorine. Soak the skin for 20-25 minutes, do not forget to flip to the other side. After that, drain the dirty water and rinse the sheepskin thoroughly under lukewarm running water, thoroughly rinse all cleaning products. Drying the product should under natural conditions, i.e. at room temperature. Avoid it from direct sunlight and keep away from heaters.
It is permissible to wash sheepskin in the machine-machine. To do this, it is recommended to use a delicate cycle or hand wash. In this case, the water temperature is 30 degrees and minimum number of revolutions will not allow the skin to deteriorate. Also, use liquid detergent that is necessary to fill in the section for washing powder or in the drum itself. After washing, dry the sheepskin at room temperature.
Of course, after washing sheepskin does not look so fluffy as it was before. But it's easy to fix, if you comb it a special wire brush for animals. To soften the membrane, mash it with your hands.