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To clean your felt products, gently brush the surface with a clothes brush, or even a piece of white bread to clean off the dust from this delicate fabric. If a more thorough cleaning is needed, you may also use a clothing steamer to clean out excess dust. Some types of felt are able to be cleaned, but you must ensure that the dye doesn’t bleed or fade from your felt product. That’s why it’s important to take extra precaution and gently clean your felt to ensure there is no damage. That’s why we recommend to hand wash your felt products, to use cold water, and to only air dry your felt products to avoid any shrinkage. We also recommend to store your felt products in a cool, dry place. This also helps to prevent your felt slippers from moths in the warm summer season. How do you get old stains out of felt?

How to clean felt
How to clean felt

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An oil-based stain can easily be removed from felt by using an absorbent powder, such as salt or baking soda. Cover the stain with a generous amount of the absorbent powder and keep it on for about an hour. To spot treat stains, you may use a spot cleaner of your choice, but ensure to use a lint-free cleaning cloth and then let it to air dry.

How do you care for felt?

Felt should be stored in a cool, dry place. This also helps to prevent your felt slippers from moths in the warm summer season. Pilling may also occur with friction while using your felt products, which is common over time as you use your felt products. To de-pill, you can easily remove these fuzzy balls with tweezers,  scissors, or even a razor.

Does felt get dirty easily?

Felt can be prone to collecting dust, so it’s important to keep your felt products clean and free of debris so you can enjoy wearing your felt products.  A vacuum cleaner or a gentle clothing brush can be used to carefully pick up any dust that may accumulate on your felt products.

Can wool felt be washed?

Some types of felt are able to be washed, but you must ensure that the dye doesn’t bleed or fade from your felt product. That’s why it’s important to take extra precaution and gently clean your felt to ensure there is no damage. The gentlest way to wash your felt is by hand washing your felt products, to use cold water, and to only air dry your felt products to avoid any shrinkage.

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