Why Wool? Microscopic image of wool fiber showing the overlapping scales that make up the cuticle layer. Notice the difference between the physical structure of the wool fiber and man-made synthetic.
Wool is a natural fiber that has an abundance of unique attributes. The physical make-up of wool fiber is so complex it can never be duplicated or imitated by man-made synthetic processes. At Wool Shop, we adhere to strict quality standards to assure the wool we use is of the highest quality, making Wool Shop products beyond comparison.
Scratch Resistant: The epicuticle is a thin protective film covering the cuticle (scales) which makes the wool fiber more resistant to abrasion. Wool Shop dusters can be used on the most delicate of surfaces.
Extremely Durable: The Cortex is the main inside layer of the fiber that composes 90% of the fiber mass. Because of the amazing cable-like strength of the Cortex each wool fiber is so elastic and resilient that it can be bent over 20,000 times without breaking or damaging the fiber. When you think long-lasting durability, think Wool Shop dusters.
Amazing Dust-Grabbing Ability: The Cuticle layer is the outer part of the wool fiber and is composed of hundreds of microscopic, overlapping scales. Tiny pockets between the scales naturally trap and hold dust particles. This amazing feature has made Wool Shop dusters famous for their dust-grabbing ability.
Telescopic Angle Lambswool Dusters: Our telescopic angle dusters are the answer to all of your hard-to-reach dusting needs! The specially-designed pivoting feature lets you quickly and easily dust areas at almost any angle which were once too difficult to reach. With a simple twist of the wrist the rigid telescopic handles easily adjusts to the desired dusting length, or simply unscrew the wool duster attachment from the handle and it quickly transforms into a handy, hand duster for smaller jobs.
Easy to Clean: The wool head can be unscrewed from the handle for cleaning. Shake then twirl the duster head handle between your hands to spin the dust from the wool, as well as fluffing the fibers. If the fibers are matted due to dust and cobwebs, use the Wool Shop Duster Care Brush to comb and fluff the wool. If the wool becomes excessively soiled, hand wash the duster using Wool Shop Duster Shampoo which has the 7 steps to wash our Wool Shop Dusters. Hang the duster (out of the sun) to dry then comb and fluff the wool with our Duster Brush.