So I participate in a fiber festival every year and I’ve been asked a few times about wool wash. After doing some research on popular ones, Eucalan mostly, I noted the ingredients to be similar to shampoo bar ingredients. Particularly the Laundress wash with the listing saying plant based Anionic and Nonionic Surfactants and Eucalan’s Ammonium Lauryl Sulphate (Vegetable-based soap) Ammonium Chloride (Is a salt of ammonia; used as a thickener) Cocamide MEA (Mild foaming agent and thickener derived from plant source) Would it be out of pocket to think I could make a liquid syndet with some of the ingredients I have from my shampoo bar buying? Would SLSa be too harsh for wools? Since I use it on my hair, why would it be too much for a knit hat or other knits? Or CAPB for cocomide MEA/DEA? I have looked up different animal fibers and the pH of them vary so I would image being pH neutral would be best for a detergent.