How to care of wool pants
Wool has an intrinsic antibacterial property, so it tends to stay free from odors and stains. The surface of the fiber is scale-like, with hydrophobic properties that repel water. Moreover, it is hydrophilic inside, so it absorbs and exhales water vapor from your body .
It is higher in hygroscopicity and moisture permeability than cotton, and excellent in heat insulation with its coil-like crimped fiber containing a lot of air. Wool is a high-functioning natural material which cannot be made scientifically.
Given these points, brushing and steamer care at home are sufficient for daily care of woolen pants. For partial stains, spot cleaning will do. On the other hand, ironing is important, so as not to lose the crease lines which make a great difference to your styling and the look of the pants.