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Old 13-01-2018, 08:15 AM   #11
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There is a big difference between lambswool mitts and sheepskin mitts.

Lambswool is wool woven into a manmade backing material. They can "fall apart" as the wool can come out in clumps - this is made worse if not looked after (i.e. leaving wet, washing machines etc.)

Sheepskin is the hide of the sheep with the wool attached as nature intended. The are much less likely to fall apart and last a lot longer.

I have sheepskin shop mitts and dooka pad which I have had for a few years and still in great condition. Always rinse our well and air dry.
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