You need to be patient with wool nappy pants - the wool begins its work slowly: on the first days of use some damp may penetrate through.
Sheep wool contains lanolin a fatty substance which chemically binds urine acids and converts them to lanolin soap. This is why any smell of urine disappears from the woolen nappy pants on airing. Wool nappy pants only need to be washed if they are soiled; otherwise air out between diaper changings. When soiled, rinse and wash with Kookaboora Wool Wash. Re-treat the wool with Liquid Lanolin after every second or third washing.
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