The Camel Merino pillow represents the highest possible quality among natural bedding. In addition to 90% of Merino sheep wool, which we love very much here in Woolville, 10% camel wool is also used here. The combination of these two natural materials excels in several great qualities. Merino wool has the ability to regulate temperature and remove moisture, making it great for bedding. Merino pillow will never get too hot, and in the summer it cools down. Camel wool not only gives Camel bedding their beautiful brown color, but also makes it even softer and more comfortable for the human skin. The handy zipper on one of the edges of the pillow allows easy maintenance of the pillow cover, which can be washed either by hand or at a maximum of 30° C in the washing machine.
The hollow fiber inside the pillow ensures airiness and long-term holding of the same shape.
Sleep all night in softness with our Merino Camel pillow, and wake up all year round full of energy after a pleasant night in the embrace of soft, natural bedding.
You will surely appreciate that the Vlnka brand pillows are made by a company with a long tradition, where the emphasis is primarily on high quality. By purchasing this product, you will support the Czech manufacturer.
Material used: 90 % Merino sheep wool, 10 % camel wool
Filling: 100 % polyester
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OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is a worldwide unified certification system for textile raw materials, intermediate products and end products at all stages of processing to eliminate harmful substances. All non-textile components are also tested in the manufacturing process. For many companies, meeting OEKO-TEX® requirements is an integral part of their delivery conditions
It is an international quality label awarded by The Woolmark Company to woolen fabrics, knitwear, blankets and which guarantees quality according to standardized tests. Products that match the tests may be labeled Woolen Seal. Only products containing premium, high quality wool from Australian sheep will get this certificate.
This product is ideally maintained by a dry cleaning method offered by all conventional dry cleaners. This method of cleaning does not cause precipitation or deformation.
This product can be hand washed, we recommend a bath up to 30 ° C. When rinsing, it is sufficient to gradually reduce the water temperature to avoid precipitation or deformation. Then just gently squeeze and dry horizontally to prevent material from being pulled out. A suitable maintenance product is Lanolin, which we offer is as gentle as possible for sheep wool.
We do not recommend washing the product in the washing machine.
Be sure not to dry the product on heater. In case the heating exceeds the temperature of 30 ° C, (which is quite normal) the water contained in the knit is also heated above 30 ° C and the product shrinks in the same way as in an unsuitable wash.
When drying in a dryer, we recommend using intelligent woolen balls that absorb the moisture of the laundry, reduce its static charge, make it easier to work with ironing and even fulfill the function of fabric softener. They can also be used outside the dryer by placing them in the laundry basket for a while, where they can also absorb moisture in the meantime before hanging.
Do not use fabric softener!
Machine washing will degrade the product, knit the fabric and shrink. Such a degraded product cannot be claimed.
Sheep wool is one of the oldest textile materials, along with silk from China and flax from Egypt. The sheep and the dog were the first friends of man. The sheep could feed a man and warm him up during the harsh winters. Traditional woolen materials still have an irreplaceable position in our closets today because of their unique properties, which no artificial material has ever surpassed.
Wool has the natural ability to transport moisture away from the body into the environment. It can absorb water up to 35% of its own weight. Once the ambient humidity is reduced, the water starts to evaporate again into the air. So the feeling of wet clothes comes much later than with other materials.
When wool absorbs moisture, it also generates heat. And you can feel pleasant dry heat despite bad weather. Conversely, when the ambient temperature rises, the wool stops generating heat. It is therefore an active thermoregulation that the wool is capable of. Due to the high lanolin content, the wool is self-cleaning. Wool fibers stimulate movement in the air and begin to expand and contract dynamically. In combination with lanolin, dirt will come to the surface itself.
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