When I first started cloth diapering, I loved knitting wool covers and longies for Charis, but I was slightly intimidated on washing and lanolizing them. Over time, it is nothing now. Washing wool takes less time than washing any other cloth diaper. There's little guess work involved.
- Lanolin. My favorite is Woolybottoms Love Spell Lanolin, but it's scented. If you do not do well around scents, don't try it. You can also use lanolin breast cream.
- Wool wash or baby shampoo.
- Boiling water.
- Basin or sink.
- Cool water to make the lanolin liquid mixture tepid.