Stripey moggies and cuddly cats make up the design on the soft grey pure wool blanket, apurr-fect combination of 80% wool and 20% cotton.
130 x 180 cm
All wool is washable, you just need to know how to handle it properly to keep its softness and longevity. How we dry a washed wool product is also very important. Do not wash your wool unless absolutely necessary. Like all soft furnishing products, wool loves fresh air and a light breeze so if you think your wool product needs freshening up, try hanging it outside for a few hours on a nice day but keep it out of strong sunlight.
Cold Machine Washing Wool – use liquid detergent, delicate programmes – cold wash, wool wash, hand wash, wash on its own.
Cold Hand Washing Wool – for smaller items like little blankets and cushion covers you may want to wash them by hand.
Do Not Bleach Wool – please do not bleach a wool product as it will destroy the wool fibre and will spoil your woollen item.
Drying Wool – lay flat to dry: gently squeeze, do not wring, lay it down on top of a cotton towel on a flat surface, (for a large item fold it to a quarter of the size) and do not shake or hang while wet.
Ironing Wool – iron with steam, do not press too hard and use a mid to low heat setting.
Dry Cleaning Wool – if you are not confident to wash an item yourself, we advise you to use a dry-cleaning service.