Care Instructions


 Our house shoes are made of 100% finest wools and are felted and boiled in crystal clear mountain water from the alps. In the felting process the wool fibers connect under the application of water and warmth into a robust felt or boiled wool. As a natural material, caring for our wool products is easy.

Magicfelt 

  • Magicfelt slippers are formed in water and can not be soaked in water entirely.
  • Stains on the upper can be cleaned with a white cotton cloth or with a sponge with only a small amount of water and soap or with detergent foam.
  • Through the processing of our special wool mixtures it can in seldom cases happen that the surface builds small balls. You can remove them by cutting them off with a scissor or remove them with a brush.
  • Owners of a model with a leather sole need to be aware that from smooth surfaces the slipper sole can become a bit slippery itself over time. In this case you can roughen the sole again yourself by either rubbing the sole on a rough material or asphalt.
  • Do not let a soaked slipper / sole dry in the sunlight. This can loosen the adhesive.

Stegmann

  • Your Stegmann clog is formed in water and must not be soaked in water entirely!
  • Stains on the upper can be cleaned with a white cotton cloth or with a sponge with only a small amount of water and soap or with detergent foam.
  • Through the processing of our special wool mixtures it can in seldom cases happen that the surface builds small balls. You can remove them by cutting them off with a scissor or remove them with a brush.

Kitz-Pichler and Wool Walker 101

  • The pure wool is self cleaning and very breathable. Stains on the boiled wool can be cleaned with a white cotton cloth or with a sponge with a little bit of water and soap or detergent foam.
  • In case of high amounts of dirt or stains you can wash the slippers at 30°C in the delicate mode or the wool setting.
  • Do not use fabric softeners / conditioners
  • In case there are small wool balls on the surface of the slipper, remove them with a scissor or a hard brush.