Spot-treat stains by first running the stain under a bit of cold water. Then apply some bleach-free stain remover and wash it off with cold water again. Make sure not to rub the stain remover in as this might damage the fabric.
Wash wool garments separately and inside-out to avoid pilling. If pills do appear, don’t try to remove them with your fingers or shave them off, but use a wool comb instead.
Wool is naturally antibacterial and doesn’t require frequent cleaning. Air, steam, or hand-wash garments individually in cold water using a mild detergent. Let them soak for a couple of minutes and don’t rub the fabric. To dry them, press the water out of the garment and lay it flat on a clean white towel at room temperature, away from direct sunlight. Don’t hang, tumble-dry, or iron your garments, as they might stretch or get damaged.
Don’t hang your knitted garments, as they might stretch. Instead, store them folded on a shelf with a piece of cedarwood nearby to repel moths. Wool jackets, trousers and tailoring can be hung on sturdy structured hangers. Always clean your clothes before storing them.