Many animals in the wild such as wolves have an automatic cleaning system. Parasites will often attach themselves to wolves to feed on their skin which can be very irritating and unhealthy for wolves. To stop the parasites wolves are constantly shedding skin and fur by a natural process. They also shed skin by rubbing up against trees or rocks to scratch themselves. Along with old skin and fur goes the dirt and parasites living in the fur. While these animals may occasionally take a bath when they cross a river or lake, they don't need the water to stay clean. Shedding and growing new skin and fur is enough to keep them clean. Sadly, unlike a wolf, lab equipment doesn't clean itself. We need to use autoclaves to do the trick. Luckily for us Wolflabs have the best choice of autoclaves that are great for sterilising and cleaning equipment even better than a Wolf!