Lamb wool specifically refers to wool in the yarn component. The wool mainly collected from lambs, sometimes called lamb cashmere, has a length and fineness between wool and cashmere. When some fiber testing organizations use physical analysis methods to determine cashmere content, some fine wool will be judged as Cashmere. The finished suede of lamb's wool is delicate, softer than ordinary wool, and has better warmth retention performance than ordinary wool, and the price is higher.
How to identify good or bad lamb wool
1. Lamb wool identification method: sensory identification method