Organic Washable Wool Pillow - Standard
product code: 0103ORGANICWASHPILLOW
- Naturally heat regulating
- Fully machine washable
- Made with organic traceable wool
Features & Benefits
- Size: 48cm x 74cm
- Firmness: Adjustable via a tabless safety zip on horizontal side of pillow
- Filling: 100% Organic, traceable, washable British wool balls (700g per pillow)
- Quilted Cover Outer Fabric: 100% unbleached 300 thread count organic cotton
- Designed and developed in the UK. Assembled in the EU.
Unzip and place wool balls into calico bag
Pop outer into washing machine on a wool/delicate cycle
Use a specialist wool wash to keep them looking their best
Hang to dry. Do not tumble dry
- Reared on organic feed and grazed on organic pastures for two years
- Free to pursue their natural behaviour with plenty of space outside and a truly free range life.
- Treatment of the sheep is strictly prohibited unless absolutely necessary.
- Minimal processing of the fibre.
*Extra wool is also available so you can refresh your pillows or add further filling.
After years of development and hard work we are proud to have achieved a world's first. The Organic Washable Collection boasts all of the benefits of organic bedding, for you and the environment, with the ease and convenience of machine washability.
What does 'Organic' really mean?Organic wool is a holistic system of farming that produces high quality materials using methods that benefit people, planet and animals too. There are a strict set of requirements that need to be met before the term "organic" can be used. Certification bodies will ensure that all steps to organic farming are met before providing an accreditation.
What are the requirements for wool to be classed as organic?Organic wool comes from sheep that are reared, fed, sheltered and transported under strict organic standards, which prioritise their welfare and wellbeing. Cruel practices are prohibited and animal stress is minimised. Organic farmers take a preventative approach to disease, so animals are not routinely treated with antibiotics, wormers or pesticides. If any farmer were to break these stipulations then their organic license would be removed and the wool could not be sold as organic.
To be classed as organic they must adhere to the following:
Find out more about our Organic Washable Collection here