These wools are found in deeper and colder waters, which makes them more difficult to harvest, but more durable and absorbent. Each wool is approximatley 5-6 inches.
Care: Rinse the sea wool under cold running water. Soak in a small bowl filled with 2 tablespoons of vinegar to each liter of water. Remove from the bowl and squeeze to remove excess liquid. Set out to dry on a clean surface, such as a bathtub. Use again.