Wool Bags Care Guide
Is my wool bag ethically made?
Our Moroccan wool bags are made in partnership with local Moroccan artisans. Our relationship with these makers has been established through the British Moroccan Society, a charity which helps forge commercial partnerships to promote development and cultural exchange between Morocco and the United Kingdom.
What is my wool bag made from?
Your wool bag is made using, locally sourced, pure wool and lined with natural cotton fabric.
Is my wool bag eco-friendly?
All our wool products are woven using real Moroccan wool which is a natural and sustainable resource. As a natural material wool is biodegradable; we hope your bag will become a treasured wardrobe staple for years to come but rest assured it will never become permanent landfill.
How should I clean my wool bag?
Keep your bag inside a cotton dust cover to avoid it becoming soiled. You can lightly vacuum the surface of your bag to keep it dust free but do so cautiously and on a low suction setting to avoid damaging the delicate hand-made weave of the material.
What can I do to clean spills or marks?
If a liquid is spilt on your wool bag we recommend absorbing it as quickly as possible using kitchen towel or an absorbent, dye-free cloth. Do not rub spills or apply water, fabric cleaners or bleach. If further cleaning is required take it to a trusted dry cleaner.
How do I deter moths?
Moth breeding season in the UK is May-Oct so this is the time to be extra vigilant. Moths prefer dusty, food-stained natural fibres and thrive in humid environments. Make sure you keep your home well-ventilated to decrease humidity. Regularly vacuum the surface of your bag and wipe it with a damp cloth to keep the fabric clean. You may want to lightly spray the surface with a shop-bought moth deterrent or make your own using water and a few drops of lavender essential oil. You could even place a small sachet of dried lavender inside the bag itself or in the dustcover.