A crash course in washing your crochets
Fill a clean sink or a large bowl, that can fit your crochet, with lukewarm water
Add some washing detergent, favorably wool detergent. If you don't have any you can use your own schampoo
Soak your crochet and give it a gentle squeeze, do not twist as that can cause damage to the yarn and shape
Let it soak for a while and then rinse thoroughly
When you and our crochet is ready, take out of the water and lay flat onto a towel. After this you roll it up to press out the water
Lay your crochet flat onto a new fresh towel and let it dry, you may have to turn over your crochet or change towel
After a while and a couple of wears you may see a few "bobbles" appear on your crochet. This is a natural process and happens due to friction, Do NOT panic, they are easy to remove. You can use a razor blade or a pair of scissors. If you don't have either of these you can borrow and old-school hair roller from your gran!