I've run out of clean Peanut, time to wash another batch. I never took pictures of the process last time, so here goes.
Very dirty wool, full of hay and poop.
I put on my "poop gloves," a pair of yellow dish washing gloves, now dedicated solely to wool cleaning. Then I pulled hay and debris out of enough wool to fill a turkey roasting pan that is also dedicated to wool cleaning.
You can see the dirty wool in the pan, contrasted with the clean spun wool on the bobbin.
This is the wool in it's second bath (already a whole lot cleaner) next to the gross water from the first bath.
And the third bath, next to the second bath water.
The fourth, and probably final, bath. You can see my poop gloves as well. Peanut is now much much cleaner. I'll let her soak for a bit more, then I'll take her out and let her dry on a towel before starting to spin her up into more singles.