4 - AN ANTI-PILLING TIP
Washing will help to remove any surplus of material that your jumper may release. You can also use a cashmere comb. Place your jumper on a flat surface, delicately stretch the fabric and comb it from top to bottom.
Jumpers with long hair, such as mohair, might leave an excess of hair on other garments. This is normal and can be explained by the length of the fiber that detaches naturally. You can use a brush to gently remove the excess hair on your other garments.
5 - AN ANTI-FELTING TIP
When you rub wet wool fibres against each other, their scales will make them cling together.
Soap produces a foam that greatly facilitates friction and therefore felting. It is necessary to limit the quantity of detergent used during maintenance, and fabric softeners should not be used.