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Wrapture - Jasmine Large
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- Nice for handwashing or machine
- Biodegradable and non toxic
- Made in Canada
- Contains Lanolin
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No Rinse delicate wash cleans & softens all fine washables. Jasmine oil is a natural antiseptic making it suitable for your most delicate fibers. Contains a touch of lanolin to naturally condition fibers. 95 hand washes.
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I have purchased and used this item, along with The Laundress Wool & Cashmere Shampoo, Cedar, 16 fl. oz. – 32 loads and Soakwash Liquid Laundry Wash, 12-Ounce, Scentless . Here is my comparison of all three items:
1. Eucalan Delicate Wash Wrapture – Jasmine
This is a no rinse wash that contains a touch of lanolin to naturally condition fibers. I used this wash on several Lopapeysas that I hand knitted with scratchy Icelandic wool. I simply poured about 2 capfuls per gallon of cold water and let the sweater sit overnight. I squeezed it out and laid flat to dry (on a blocking mat) the next day (shaping if necessary).
This wash was perfect in softening the wool and gave it a light jasmine scent. Grade A+
2. The Laundress New York Wool and Cashmere Shampoo – Cedar
This is a highly concentrated wool and cashmere shampoo that contains lanolin and cedar extracts. I also used this wash on hand knitted Lopapeysas and a fisherman’s sweater for my husband. I did the same process using about 2 capfuls per gallon of cold water and let the sweater sit overnight, however, this shampoo (it’s sudsy and soapy), requires rinsing. I rinsed with cold water until it ran clear then squeezed it out and laid flat to dry (on a blocking mat) the next day (shaping if necessary).
I also recommend this shampoo for washing (cleaning) wool items that have been soiled or sweaty. It works wonderfully on my husband and children’s ski wool items and base layers.
This wash was perfect in softening the wool and giving it a lovely cedar “woodsy” smell that is perfect for the “manly” man yet still subtle and feminine for the “girly” girl! Grade A+
3. Soak Wash for Hand Knits – Scentless
This is a gentle no rinse formula that’s phosphate free and perfect for people with sensitive skin or sensitive noses! I use this for all my hand knitted baby and children’s items (form socks and hats to sweaters and blankets) and hand knitted items I give as gifts. I think this one would be perfect for other delicate items such as lingerie.
I follow the same method, as with the other washes (soak, squeeze and rinse, lay flat to dry).
This wash was perfect in providing the softness without the fragrance! Grade A+
I cannot comment on how any of these washes/shampoos preform on machine washed items as I’ve only done them by hand.
None of my items have shrunk using any of the above washes/shampoos.
I highly recommend any of the above three for your wool, cashmere, or natural fiber items!
April 2017: I was very hesitant that the jasmine scent would be appealing to me since I only like truly natural scents. Having previously been a florist I am pretty picky about the floral fragrances. This one is not 100% "natural" smelling, but I found myself falling more and more in love with it with each use. Now I want to enrobe myself in this scent. I started washing all of my wool items just so I could smell this more often! And the gentleness is impressive. It cleaned out some bad odors from a few of my items with a short soak and no agitation. I was shocked!
Two days in a row I was lying on my back eating chocolate ice cream or a chocolate covered ice cream bar and spilled chocolate on two different pale blue cashmere sweaters. Don't ask how I did it twice, just unbelievably silly. BUT the Eucalan removed every trace within about a minute without rubbing or scrubbing, I dint know how it works but it's a remarkable product.
I also have some absurdly expensive lingerie, Italian and French, very self indulgent but I am very, very sick, ironically with breast cancer although I still have most of my breasts, and why not at this point. I wash it in Eucalan and it comes out perfectly.
It is less expensive than it's competitors in this laundry niche and I think it does a better job. Victoria's Secret used to have a wonderful lingerie wash that was also good but not like this, unfortunately it isn't available anymore but it was also very expensive and not nearly as good for my cashmere.
I highly recommend Eucalan