Linn Long-Haired Mushroom Sheepskin
This gorgeous Scandinavian long-haired sheepskin originating from Australia by Shepherd of Sweden will certainly add nature and style to your home. Read More
Lay it down in front of an open log fire, throw it over the back your seating or even place it at the bottom of the bed. The softness and delightful feel is just what you need to make a distinctive statement in your home.
Due to It’s exceptional qualities. It keeps you warm when it’s cold, it feels cool when it’s hot. Within the wool there is also a natural antibacterial property. It’s feeling an comfort is superior all other materials.
Shepherd do not accept any form of mulesing and guarantee that none of their products come from sheep exposed to this. There are provisions regarding the environment of the sheep, and it is included in their Code of Animal Treatment. All the skins come from sheep who have been well taken care of, and have been free-roaming in a natural environment.
Shepherd only uses sheepskins that are a by-product of the meat industry. They make use of the material that would otherwise go to waste. For further information click here: https://shepherdofsweden.se/en/our-responsibility/
In case of lighter soiling:
Vacuum, use a clothes rollar or hand dry after using a sponge and lukewarm water. Shake and air sheep/lambskins regularly for the best luster and shape, and it is better to do this on a day there is damp in the air. Do not subject the sheepskin to high temperatures or direct sunlight
In the case of coarser soiling:
Skins with a wool length of up to 35mm can be washed in the washing machine. Skins with full length wool should not be washed in the washing machine. Use a mild detergent (wool shampoo) with a ph-value of 3.5 - 5.5, which is free from ensymes, phosphates, peroxides, aliklies and bleaches. Coarser soiling on the skins should be soaked in cold water before washing. Wash in the washing machine and chose the wool program/30 degrees. Always use a lot of water. It is okay to use spin but avoid using the tumble dryer and absolutly no tumble drying with heat. Do not use bleach or conditioner. Sheep/lambskins should be hung up or dried flat in room temperature. Work, (drag and rub) the skin whilst still damp to keep the skin flexable. Do not iron. Sheepskins can even be dry cleaned by a specialist. Do not subject the sheepskin to high temperatures or direct sunlight.