Towel with hood
Article no: ZCC | 904.799.83
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The loop makes it easy to hang on a knob or hook.
A terry cloth towel with a hood for babies and toddlers. Made of 100% sustainably grown cotton ‒ a soft and natural material that feels good against your child's skin. Tested, approved and completely free from harmful substances and additives.
Warm and comfortable to get into after a bath since the child can be completely wrapped in the towel which is also highly absorbent so that your child gets dry quickly and stays warm.
The practical hood helps keep heat in after a nice bath while keeping the towel in place when the child moves or runs around.
|Weight Gross:||0,50 kg|
|Weight Net:||0,50 kg|
|Volume per package:||3,0 l|
Shrinkage maximum 6%.
Machine wash very hot, normal cycle.
Do not bleach.
Tumble dry, medium, normal cycle.
Do not dry clean.
Stretch into shape when wet.
Recommended for children 3 years and older.
After a bath or shower, your child quickly gets cold from the water on their head and body, which can feel uncomfortable, especially for a toddler. That’s why this towel with a hood is comfortable to get into. The practical hood helps keep heat in while keeping the towel in place when the child moves or runs around. And since the child can be completely wrapped in it, you can get them dry and changed into clothes quickly ‒ at home or at the beach.
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