Article no: UOD | 503.937.50
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Parcel Delivery to Santo Domingo, La Romana, Santiago and Bávaro for RD$ 290
Tested and contains no substances, phthalates or chemicals that can harm your child's skin or health.
The cushion is made of 100% polyester ‒ a lightweight and durable material that withstands tough jungle adventures.
The polyester filling keeps its shape and provides soft support for your child’s body.
You decide if the lion is asleep or awake by turning the soft cushion around to change the lion's facial expression.
Also looks nice as a decorative cushion with other cushions in the same collection.
Easy to clean; machine wash, warm 104°F (40°C).
With some extra decorative cushions on the bed, sofa or in a cozy corner, the child's room feels more cozy.
|Diameter:||15 ¼ "|
|Length:||15 ¼ "|
|Width:||15 ¼ "|
|Weight Gross:||12 oz|
|Weight Net:||12 oz|
|Volume per package:||0.70 cu.ft|
Machine wash, warm, durable-press cycle.
Do not bleach.
Tumble dry, low, normal cycle.
Do not iron.
Do not dry clean.
Recommended for children 18 months and older.
The tiger, orangutan and other wild animals fascinate children with their independent lives in colorful nature. You’ll find them in our URSKOG/DJUNGELSKOG textile collections which are made from materials like sustainable cotton, and lyocell and polyester made from recycled plastic. This is our tribute to all the beautiful animals throughout the world which are endangered. With our duvet covers, towels and other textiles, all children can get to know these animals up close.
The tiger, orangutan and other wild animals fascinate children of all ages. Through the textiles and soft toys in the URSKOG and DJUNGELSKOG collections, we can get to know them up close. In reality, many of them are threatened by human advancement but it is possible to change. In our textiles we have chosen to use materials like sustainably grown cotton, lyocell and polyester made from recycled plastic. It’s our tribute to all beautiful animals threatened by extinction.
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