Sheepskin facts

Sheepskin Designer Rugs

Sheepskin Designer Rugs

No natural or man-made fiber possesses the virtues of 100% sheepskin. It is fur: leather skin on one side with wool fur on the other. It iscool in summer and warm in the winter. Its fibers breathe to act just like a natural thermostat for your body. These fibers are hollow, and can absorb up to 30% of their own weight in moisture without feeling wet, keeping you perfectly dry, regardless of the weather.

Ounce for ounce, sheepskin is stronger than steel. Your sheepskin items will last for years, with minimum care, by brushing and shaking them out or by vacuuming. Impossible to copy synthetically, sheepskin and it’s wool fibers offer an astounding list of natural qualities.

  • Sheepskin wool does not shed, because it’s attached to the skin. It’s not woven and then brushed up, like wool pile fabric. Sheepskin wool is embedded into the leather.
  • Naturally resists snags, tears, wrinkles, soiling and pilling
  • Drapes beautifully; never sags and retains shape.
  • Is water resistant, static-free, flame resistant, and wind proof
  • Stays warm even when wet.
  • Is a natural moisturizer due to the high content of lanolin in the wool.
  • Sheepskin is washable – can be hand or gently machine-washed

Where do I get sheepskin?

Ivory White Sheepskin Rug

Ivory White Sheepskin Rug

There are several sheepskin stores out there, but this one gives you quality products and affordable prices, including medical sheepskin, sheepskin rugs, designer rugs and other accessories (sheepskin gloves, sheepskin hats, sheepskin slippers, etc…)

Enjoy Sheepskin Town (http://www.sheepskintown.com)

Note from the store:
Our sheepskin products come primarily from sheep that were raised for their food value and not their hides. Sheepskin is a recycled by-product and no endangered species skins are used in our products.

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