Merino blanket is all year round. Thanks to the breathable fibers, merino wool maintains the comfort of warmth without overheating. Merino blankets are resistant to smells and dirt, so their care is limited to airing the blanket rather than actually washing it. With proper care, a merino blanket for a child will last for years and will serve many children.
Merino sheep live in conditions in which the sheep we know would not survive. The temperature in the areas where they occur ranges from -20 degrees in winter to 30 degrees in summer. In order to survive in such harsh conditions – merino was endowed by nature with special wool. Merino fibers are built to keep you warm in cold weather and to breathe and cool in hot weather.
Merino Wool is a breathable fabric that protects against overheating. It is perfect for summer days and differs from regular wool. Merino Wool is gentler and much better than regular wool. It is highly flexible and blends easily. That is why regular wool itches and Merino Wool does not. This Merino Wool Blanket is very lightweight, delicate, and soft. It does not itches. Nature is the greatest! No other fiber could be so warm and functional. It keeps warmth in the wintertime but Merino Wool is in fact perfect for all year-round use!
100% Merino Wool can radically improve sleep quality. Sleeping under Merino Wool blankets is extremely enjoyable and profitable. Merino fiber actively regulates temperature. Protects each sleeping baby from overheating and body cooling. It provides a comfortable temperature all year round and ensures good sleep.
Care Instructions: We recommend gentle hand washing in warm water at 30 degrees. For washing, use wool products. Dry flat. Don’t dry on a heat source, e.g. a radiator or in the sun. After washing, the blanket should be shaped.
Our blankets are machine washable, but only on the “wool” program. However, this isn’t the form of washing recommended by us, because we cannot check if the wool program in your washing machine is adapted to the requirements of merino wool, so we aren’t responsible for its negative effects (washing in the washing machine at your own risk). Don’t wash wool unless it is necessary. Merino wool needs to ventilate. The wool cleans itself.