Even though wool is self-cleaning to some degree, slippers do become dirty from time to time. Small smudges can be easily cleaned with just a brush or a damp towel; but when it comes to more stubborn stains, the washing machine is often the answer. But don’t worry, we’ll show you exactly how to wash your Giesswein slippers.
|These care instructions for washing machine use are only intended for slippers made of wool or cotton, and for slippers that have a natural rubber sole. Other models with synthetic rubber or cork soles, like our Chamerau or Vent slippers, cannot be washed in the washing machine. The best way to clean these types of slippers is with a brush or damp towel. For further information or with other questions, please feel free to contact our Customer Support team at any time.|
Learn more about the production and benefits of our unique boiled wool material in this blog article: Boiled Wool.
Our years-long tradition started way back in 1954: that’s when the story of Giesswein slippers first began. From day number one, creating high-quality products was at the forefront of our minds. Through our know-how and many years of experience, we create high-quality slippers—which provide exceptional comfort. Through our 3D Knit technique, pure sheeps wool is crafted into long-lasting slippers. The breathable wool traps moisture and wicks it towards the outside. Our slippers’ anti-slip-sole, which is made of natural rubber, provides stable grip. An all-around feel good treat for your feet!