Receive a small bottle (3.3oz) of Eucalan™ woolwash cleaner & a wire bristled brush together in this sheepskin care package.

Woolwash Cleaner:

Sheepskin & wool detergent
Odourless cleaning concentrate
Lanolin enriched with eucalyptus oil
Eco-friendly and biodegradable
• Made in Canada

Wire bristled care brush
Fluffs and tufts lambswool
Balances & cleans wool fibres
• also suitable for pets


Care Brush
Manufacturer Eucalan™ Style/Type Manual
Volume 3.3oz Dimensions 4.5" x 3.5" 
Type Odourless cleaner Height 1"
Weight 4oz
Weight 1.2oz
Lanolin enriched concentrate Color Wood-grain / chrome
Other Ingredients Eucalyptus oils Materials Wood handle, wire bristles
Product Code
8WW Product Code 8WBR
Origin Made in Canada Origin Assembled in China
Warranty 6 months Warranty 6 months
Sheepskin Care Package

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Customer Reviews

Based on 36 reviews
Elaine Martin

Sheepskin Care Package

Just what I needed!

I used the Sheepskin Care Package on my vintage sheepskin which is now fresh and fluffy. I did the job in my bathtub and since the water was quite dirty I rinsed it several times. Then I put it in my washer and used the spin cycle. A few days on a drying rack, brushing and fluffing. I am very pleased.

Barbara A Hansen
Finally found out how to clean my sheepskin!

After years of owning two sheepskin rugs, I finally stumbled across this company. I read their directions on how to wash my sheepskin, ordered the lanolin shampoo and brush and my rugs look fantastic! I will always be ordering from you in the future. Great company and products!

Melissa Clare
The old sheepskin that comforted my cats

My sheepskin is nearly forty years old and was only washed once before, about 20 years ago, without the benefit of knowing about your products. It had been occupied by two dying cats, and a third one liked to hang out there, often coming in from the rain without wiping his feet...it was really filthy!
I shook it out thoroughly and used the curry comb that comes with the care package to loosen it up a bit. I tried to follow your instructions washing the skin by hand in our kitchen sink, and was not going to rinse it, but my husband was probably right , insisting on rinsing it out several times and then re-washing it in the washing machine, (where it deposited a whole lot of sand-like debris), skipping the rinse cycle. I'll never know if he added enough lanolin soap, but he stood by the dryer, removing the lint-like substance until there was no more. By that time the wool was dry and the skin was still wet. We laid it , skin up, across the back of a sofa with the overhead fan going through the night. Now it is beautiful!!
I think the products worked well, although I don't feel that the curry comb is really needed again since the pelt fluffed up nicely and is looking very natural already...
My one concern is - this is an old skin, was possibly rinsed too many times, and is looking a little dry and wrinkly - is there anything that can be used just on the skin, to increase its elasticity/suppleness, without making it too oily to place on the carpet??

Deborah Atkinson
Felt Stupid

I thought I had thoroughly read the ad and that I would be getting 16 oz of the cleaner.Nope, the bottle shown is 16oz but the bottle received is tiny. I could have overlooked this, but also there was a lack of instructions. OK then, guess I'll have to find a tutorial on YouTube.