No, it will be taken at the airport. there are very strict regulations regarding raw materials, as it is so easy to transfer pests and diseases overseas in this way. The wool would need to be completely processed.
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There are mentions of wool in Genesis, so there is no definitive date for this product. The first mentions of wool are probably in Sumerian cuneform where it was a commodity. Since those tablets are over 4,000 years old, it's a good bet that we cannot find a proper date. An interesting sidenote...w…
....comes from the Angora goat.
Oh, yeah! Just ask any sailor! Salt water, because of the ions that salt gives to the mix makes it even more corrosive to most metals.
Nothing. People try this stunt and often end up burning themselves very very badly. Do not attempt this while wearing the wool sweater!
Why? Well, generally, fire is an combustion reaction, in which heat is released, and it requires energy to do so. Generally, oxygen in the air, is used, but fir…
This question presents a great deal of difficulty, but because of the ambiguity in the question. There are two problems: 1) we don't know how "semi-anechoic" the room needs to be, and 2) there are a wide variety of polyurethane (PU) foams of varying "hardness" and, therefore, compressability.
"We don't select our classic llamas for their fiber quality. All the characteristics of good fiber production (as well as many of the characteristics of good fiber for spinning) are directly opposed to what's ideal for keeping working llamas easily combed for weather protection without ove…
Usually on sheep :-) There are sheep farms all around New Zealand, so it is not really limited to any geographical area. Generally speaking though, sheep farms are in the hilly country, with the flat areas used more for dairy farming.
It is the name given to this mammal by the Incas of South America.
Because the Torah forbids it (Deuteronomy 22:11). There is no
official reason given for this Jewish mitzva (commandment), though
it is similar to the other commands prohibiting the intermingling
of species (Deuteronomy ch.22) of plants and animals.
Here's the command to not combine the two togethe…
cloth can be made from alot of different things, but its usually made from wool, or cotton.
You can try to sew the hole closed or you can needle felt wool roving over and across the hole to repair it like spackle, this is a lot easier than it sounds, you will need roving in a matching color, a felting needle (probably a standard size 38) and a foam pad to felt on. All are available atwww.f…
because it wants to be warm
sheep wool has a multitude of uses due to its unique characteristics of elasticity, crimpness and that it grows in clusters; sheep wool is an excellent raw material for sweaters and other kinds of clothing (insides of jackets), blankets and carpets. sheep wool is a raw material in the making of Vita…
Steel does not rust by normal corrosion agents.
a toolbox is a box that holds tools, ect.
New wool is wool that has not been used before. It is also called "virgin wool".(The answer previously in this space described superwash wool, not new wool. The article from which the answer was taken was confusingly titled such that it appeared to be describing new wool.)
Wool Rugs provide the most luxurious comfort from ultra soft fibres, but there are many fibres that offer superior properties. Man-made fibres do not shed and are much more hard wearing, offer higher degrees of stain resistance. Mand-made fibre are also colourfast and will not fade in direct sunlig…
Answer nr. 2 Contrary to the logic expressed in the first answer, packing more tightly, glass wool would insulate slightly better, According to Izi, (sales person at Golmat ltd.). Doubling the thickness of glass wool insulation will double the insulating ratio, while doubling the density will incre…
Either steam clean or for small stains spot clean. For regular maintenance, vacuum.
Terry Josephson is apparently an obscure motivational speaker. He runs an eponymous website that claims he is a law professor and former businessman. However, no academic credentials what-so-ever are listed on the page, nor is his business history listed. Quotes such as: "If you don't appreciate i…
I just bought a wool blanket made by Kenwood in its original box. The box says that Kenwood Wool Products were made in Arnprior, Ontario (Canada).
Sheep have sheep wool, as apposed to alpaca wool.
There are many types of goats. Some are: Lamancha Alpine Nubian Oberhasli Algerian Pygmy Boer Toggenburg Angora Kiko Nigerian Dwarf Saanen And that is only some of the breeds. The ones that are well known.
Hi, to clean the fleece you can use dishwashing detergent such as Dawn, hot water (as hot as you can get), a lingerie bag, and a top loading washing machine. Put your fleece in the bag and set aside. Fill your machine with hot water, add the soap (at least a cup), mix without making bubbles and lowe…
The sheep and wool industry's Sheep /Wheat Zone stretches from inland Queensland south of around Longreach, through into the Murray Darling catchment into southern South Australia and across into south western Western Australia. See the related link for an accurate map of the sheep-for-wool areas.
use Woolite cleaner
You may also want to consider other options which have a Greener, lower impact on the environment,
What do you mean by this? Who first spun wool or who first put it to use?
Fleece-bearing animals grow the raw material for wool on their skin -- much the same way that humans grow hair. Fleece is shorn from the animal and allowed to dry. This does not hurt the animal that sometimes show relief at being freed from the huge and very heavy winter fleece. There are other meth…
Wool is a natural fiber that is warmer than acrylics. Acrylic yarn is made from plastics. It traps the heat of your body and makes you sweat a lot while not really keeping you warm from winter winds. Wool comes from sheep. It is a natural insulator. It keeps you warm while allowing the skin to breat…
An alpaca's wool is called a fleece or fiber because it's finer
than most wool. it's the 3rd most expensive fiber in the world.
Alpaca wool is called Alpaca wool. Wool is a generic word used to
describe fibre spun from fleece, regardless of the type of
fleece-bearning animal that p…
Wool comes from animals who grow it. The most common animal is sheep.There are others which include lama, alpaca ,and other mammals. Sheep wool is also very popular along with Cashmere wool which is collected from cashmere goats.
steel will rust because of ether a water and salt mixture or a water and air mixture.
for the water and salt the steel will just rust. steel will also rust in plain water.
and the science for the water and air. when steel water and oxygen come all together in contact they create Iron Oxide. that i…
Any type of certain fiber, such as cotton or flax, prepared after a special process. Also, a sheep/lamb/goat's hair. I would say that the word "wool" refers to fiber made from sheep's fleece (or hair). Other animals fur can be used to make yarns, but then they most often would be referred to in dif…
sheep, alpacas,llamas,and in some countries even from camels.camels skin is warm from underneath so it is used for making clothes
Wool is used to manufacture mainly woollens like jackets, scarves, shawls, caps and other winter accessories because it will keep us warm. Also wool is used to make blankets.
Collective nouns for wool are a bale of wool or a skein of wool.
Yes, wool is flammable, but is one of the most fire resistant textiles. It has a high ignition temperature, and once it finally reaches the temperature to burn, it burns slowly and is easily extinguishable.
Yes. Iron can conduct electricity. It is not as good a conductor of electricity as copper but it can conduct electricity. If you see a train or high speed rail with two wires hanging over the track, the top wire is a copper wire and the bottom wire is an iron wire. The copper wire conducts the elect…
Wool is a fiber that is used to make clothes. The composition of
wool is, 33 percent keratin, 28 percent grease, 12 percent suint,
26 percent different impurities, and 1 percent mineral water.
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Yes, you can use vinegar in the final rinse of a wool wash. It will
not damage the fibers if you don't wash it out, it actually fluffs
Wool is produced is most parts of world. So it is hard to say just few names. As wool is of various types like sheep wool, lambs wool, cashmere , camel wool etc. So these are also produced in various geographic locations across world. India, Pakistan, Tibet, Nepal, Scotland are popular for Cashmere…
Alpaca fur is more valuable than llama. Though, some llama hair is of higher quality than alpaca.
Steel, iron, copper, aluminum and all other metals conduct electricity very well compared to most other compounds. With the discoveries in solid state physics of the 20th century we learned that metals are collections of atoms which have somewhat unusually properties of the electrons. In metals the…
NO I personally think it is! Because we were playing a game and that question came up and the answer was that it is made with sheep wool! Yes, Natural Sheep's Wool has a lanolin grease that comes off of it when the wool is scoured and cleaned at the correct temperatures. This grease accounts for 50…
Felt can be made from two materials: wool fiber or acrylic fiber. Wool fiber is a product of sheep, and acrylic fiber for felt-making often comes from recycled soda bottles. Generally speaking, wool felt is a more finely-textured and denser fabric than acrylic felt. Its colors tend to be a little ri…
It is heavy, it can put off an odor when wet and most people say when worn it is itchy.
and plus it shrinks in the wash
Wool is used to manufacture mainly woolens like jackets, scarves, shawls, caps and other winter accessories due to reason that it keeps us warm.
In related links section below you can find a website which sells cashmere scarves made from cashmere wool. Just a nice example of what can be made from w…
Use a basin, bucket or container of cold or hot water and soap. Loosely put the sheep's wool in the water and let it soak for about an hour. Squeeze or spin dry. DO NOT AGITATE-agitation makes felt. A washing machine may be used if no agitation is done. Use only the fill, drain and spin cycles. …
Disadvantages of wool:It will pill easilyIt is a dull fiberIt is stronger dry than wetIt will deteriote through sunlight exposureIt contains sulfur, which attracts moths and carpet beetlesIt can mildew/mold
its made out of wool, string and bug legs
After yarn is spun it is wound into a skein on a niddy-noddy or skein winder. A skein is a coil of yarn wound like a garden hose, with a circumference usually of 1-2 yards.
Before it is used for knitting, a skein is placed on a yarn swift which spins freely as the yarn is pulled from it, and the y…
Wool comes from sheep. There are sheep in most countries of the world and so wool is produced all around the world wherever there are sheep. Fleece-bearing animals from which wool is fabricated live on every continent except Antarctica.
A lamb is a sheep that is 12 months old or less. The term lamb is most commonly used to describe the lamb's meat. When a lamb becomes a year old it is now referred to as a sheep.
Good points are they keep the deer and elk population in check, they are beautiful animals, their howls are beautiful, and there are no bad points. Wolves are freakin' awesome.
Wool is particularly stretchy when wet or damp. It can also be stretched slightly under its own weight by hanging it.
Wool garments that have been stretched are often misshapen and sit wrongly.
Felt is made by pressing and condensing woollen fibres.
Wool is primarily from sheep. Other animals give us other types of wool : Cashmere or pashmina is collected from Cashmere Goats. Lamb's wool is collected from lambs (young sheep). Camel Wool is collected from camel. Mohair is collected from Angora goats.
Wool that has not been previously used in the manufacturing process
Yes...if you were to get a piece of wool and put it in hot water or cold water it would soak it up like a sponge! :)Wool is very interesting in this respect it it BOTH hygroscopic AND hydrophilic. That means that it both absorbs water and it repels water. The water that is absorbed is in two differe…
It can be a sheep or a goat
Wool is made in to fabric by them sheering the sheep and then they remove any stains in the wool or sand or dust. The fur is then scoured with detergents. After the wool dries, it is carded this is when it goes through rollers which have wire teeth to untangle the wool and then it is layed on a web…
clothes made from wool:
al things to do with winter !!!
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Terrycot is a blend of terylene and cotton, whereas terrywool is a blend of terylene and wool.
Yes, Ontario Hydro had wool blankets.
For protection and warmth
Wool fabric is used for all kinds of clothing, couch covers,
bedspreads, toilet covers, tablecloths, and more. People who can
sew use wool fabric for most of their creations because it is sold
by the yard and is available in most craft stores.
Wool fabric has been used for centuries. Greek soldier…
Its made of fibers or hair of a sheep or other animals. Mostly sheep. (other animals like rabbits-goats-camels)
Yes, iit can be warm.
Steel wool is fine ribbons of steel, and steel doesn't have a fixed chemical formula. We know that steel is mostly iron (Fe) with a percent or so of carbon. We also know that different trace metals appear in it as well. We thus know that steel wool doesn't have a specific chemical formula as it is a…
A group of wool is called a skein.A skein of wool.
Wool made from woolen waste
Wool is less combustible (less easily burnt) than cotton and synthetic materials.Wool tends to return to its original shape when it has been stretched or folded better than cotton and synthetics do.Wool is more resistent to tearing.Wool absorbs 30% of its weight when it is wet, doing do without feel…
it has scales
You could get wool by shearing a sheep. Wool is like the hair of a sheep.
Best to hand wash it ! wooliteAnother AnswerAlways wash wool by hand lukewarm water using a mild soap. Begin with a soak -- three to five minutes for lightly soiled articles, longer for more soil. Squeeze out the soapy water by pressing the article against the bowl after draining out the soapy water…
Wool is produced in Australia and many other countries.
You can fabricate any article of clothing from wool. Clothing items that you wear next to your skin, however, may irritate sensitive areas.
Alpaca wool is softer, lighter weight, warmer, and stronger than normal sheeps wool, it is also hypoallergenic and not as itchy. Angora wool however is stronger than alpaca wool but holds most of the same qualities as regular wool.
Angora from angora rabbits is nothing like sheep wool. It has none …
the steel wool catches on fire
You are only able to open an account if you have your parents or legal guardian on the account. However, at most banks you are now able to open a checking account if you are 16 or older with a parents signature. This allows you to actually get a debit card. You still aren't able to apply for any typ…
1. it is 90% wool, and 10% semen. 2. Recursively, that 90% is also 90% wool and 10% semen. 3. It itches4. It makes your skin all red and scratchy5. It can't fly.
new world camellids; vicunja , then alpaca, then lama
Both are called wool, and are combined with the name of the animal
that produced the wool. Thus, Llama wool and alpaca wool are both
proper descriptors, respectively, of the fibre produced from these
No, wool is the hair cut from sheep. It is a polymer made up of several elements.
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Wool fabrics are made from wool -- as are some wool blend fabrics, which contain less than 100% wool.
Wool is the hair that grows on the bodies of sheep (also called a fleece) - The fleece is cut (without harming the sheep) from the sheep, combed and spun into a yarn which is called wool. The yarn can be made up into woolen garments. The woolly appearance of the fleece also gives the name wool to o…
Wool is made from fleece by a process of combing and spinning. ans2. A woolen fleece is the connected mass of wool in one piece as shorn from the sheep. Then cleaning etc as above.
Wool from a breed of sheep called Marino