To use: fill your sink with warm water, stir in 1 Tablespoon of Eucalan, and submerge your woolens. Gently squeeze the garment to let the water and Eucalan penetrate. After a 5 to 10 minute soak, drain the water and lift the garment out, supporting its weight. Rinsing is not necessary, though you may wish to do so. To rinse, fill the sink again with warm water, and resubmerge the garment, lifting it out (supported) to change the water as many times as you feel is needed.
I then put the garment in a zippered pillow case, close it and put in the washer for 1 minute on “spin”. This cycle should not include water being injected into the washer. The excess water will spin out.
Lay the sweater flat to dry or put on a wooly board. If your item is small (say, a pair of mittens), it can be rolled in a towel and leaned on to press the excess water out, rather then using the washer. I lay my small items to dry on my cookie-cooling rack so that air flows over AND under the piece, reducing the drying time.