A super-soft, deep pile wash mitt, but lighter in colouring than the original long haired 'Wookie' version. Made to a similar specification, but from a different supplier - and made using the albino wool of a Himalayan yeti, obviously, rather than one of Chewy's cousins. Similarly, the Yeti is best used with larger buckets due to its prodigious thirst. Benefits of a large water capacity, and deep pile to keep dirt away from paint, apply as before.
Like all our lambswool mitts, this one is 100% natural with a proper sheepskin lining as well as sheepskin fleece, unlike the cheaper mitts out there. But beware - mitts as natural as this don't last forever... never allow the mitt to fully dry out (regular use is essential), never leave it immersed in water and keep it well away from washing machines, tumble driers and closed polybags.
A simple hand rinse and air dry, with a metal pet comb for detangling duties afterwards, is all it needs. NEVER put it on a radiator or in an airing cupboard to dry. If it dries out, ensure it is allowed to become fully saturated and supple by soaking in water 10 mins before use, otherwise you could stretch the stitching. Should it become very dirty, let it soak for a few hours in a solution made up from our Supernatural Merino Mitt Wash, before rinsing and drying.
Please note that these natural mitts should be combed and checked before use and moulting may occur, especially during first use. All lambswool mitts have a shorter lifespan than synthetic alternatives and 6 months to a year of use may be normal before replacement. Our mitts come with a 30 day warranty to ensure they are not damaged or defective at the time of first use, but no claims for mitt failure can be made after that date. Lambswool mitts falling apart, rotting or failing is entirely normal and does not indicate poor manufacture. Whilst some mitts can last 3 or 4 years (or more), this is unusual. Please buy a Supernatural Wash Sponge or synthetic microfibre mitt if worried about the lifespan of natural lambswool mitts.