- One Cashmere Comb, made from German beechwood
- One Sweater Pumice, made from recycled glass ash
- Sweater Wash (one 16 oz bottle): Water, Potassium Cocoate, Sodium Laurylglucosides Hydroxypropylsulfonate, Saccharomyces Ferment, Glycerin, Xanthan Gum, Natural Fragrance*.
*Natural and free from petrochemicals, solvents, dyes, ethanol, and pesticides.
Molly’s Suds is a trusted source for laundry and home care products that adhere to strict ingredient and manufacturing integrity. Whenever possible, we choose to source materials that are organic, eco-responsible, Certified Cruelty-Free by Leaping Bunny, or certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. The products we develop are created with the earth in mind and are made to be reused again and again before finally being recycled, whenever possible.
Beyond our care for the Planet, we also passionately care for People. We choose to partner with other female or minority-owned businesses that have goals which align with our own; human safety, eco-responsibility, and giving back.
A few of our partnerships include; Environmental Working Group (EWG), Women’s Voices for the Earth, and Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families. You can learn more about them here.
How to Wash and Dry Knit Sweaters
Add one squirt of detergent to your sink or washtub and fill with cool water. Add your sweater. Gently squeeze the sweater to work the detergent deeply into the material to remove dirt, oil, and sweat. Rinse with cool water until the water runs clear. If you’re laundering in a washing machine, set your washer to a cool, delicate cycle.
Drying your sweater incorrectly is one of the quickest ways to ruin the fabric. Never wring or hang a wet sweater! Instead, squeeze any excess water from the sweater and lay flat on a clean towel. Starting from the top, roll the sweater into the towel like a sausage and squeeze it tightly. This helps to absorb moisture without stretching out the yarn.
Next, unroll the sweater from the towel and lay flat on a drying rack or a new dry towel. Be careful to position the sweater in its natural shape. Align the collar, and lay the arms out flat. After 12-24 hours, turn the sweater over and spread it flat on a new dry towel (the first will be damp). Allow it to finish drying completely before putting it away.
How to Use a Cashmere Comb
Lay your sweater on a clean, flat surface. Pull the garment taut, and position the cashmere comb at a 90-degree angle to the fabric. Gently glide the comb over the fabric in the same direction as the weave using short, quick strokes. If the comb becomes full, pause to remove the fibers before continuing.
*Use on stretchy garments, such as spandex and polyester, is not recommended.
How to Use the Sweater Pumice
Lay your garment on a clean, flat surface. Hold the pumice in your hand and gently but firmly sweep over the surface of the garment in the same direction as the weave. Do not change directions. Continue until all pilling is removed, then shake out your garment over a garbage can to remove any pumice dust or loose fibers.
*Avoid use on silks or very fine knit fabrics.
Caution: Do not ingest Sweater Wash and avoid contact with eyes and mouth. Be careful that the dust from the Sweater Pumice does not come into contact with your eyes. If this occurs, do not rub your eyes — thoroughly flush them with water. Seek medical advice if you experience discomfort.