Warm 10.5tog duvet suitable for cooler months
This comfortable 10.5tog duvet is suitable for the cooler months. Alternatively, by treating yourself to the Four Seasons pack, you have a 4.5tog suitable for the warmer months, a 9tog suitable for spring and autumn and then clip them together with the nickel free press studs and you have a very warm 13.5tog suitable for even the coldest winter night.
Ideal if you prefer synthetic fillings
With a superfine polyester microfibre filling and a 100% polyester peachskin casing, this duvet is ideal if you are sensitive to natural fillings, for example feathers. The Okeo-Tex Standard 100 certification means that this product is free from harmful substances.
Washable at 60°c to beat dust mites
The highly compressible Smartfil® fibre filling allows this duvet to fit into a domestic washing machine, and retain its ‘plumpness’ after washing. Wash regularly at 60°c to keep it dust mite free.
OEKO-TEX® Standard 100
How can you ensure that the textile product you are buying is free from harmful substances and chemical treatments?
If you have allergies or multiple chemical sensitivity, this may be a question you ask yourself frequently. Thankfully, there are a number of independent certifications that can offer you reassurance.
One of these is the OEKO-TEX® Standard 100. This is an independent certification, established in 1992. The aim of this certification is to show that a textile product (from bedding to clothing) poses no risk to your health.
When you buy a product with the OEKO-TEX® label, you can be reassured that it is kind to your skin, free from harmful chemical treatments. It is a vigourous testing process which gives you peace of mind, so you can buy textiles with confidence.
The closer a textile product comes to your skin, the stricter the requirements it must fulfil.
The certification goes above and beyond existing legislation, forbidding chemicals which are known to be harmful to health but not officially banned. All in all, the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 is a great quality seal to look for when you’re shopping for clothing or bed linen, particularly if you have chemical sensitivity or skin allergies.
OEKO-TEX® certified materials are internationally and scientifically tested. The OEKO-TEX® logo certifies excellent human ecology. Strict testing and controlling parameters assure a constant high quality of the products. Working together with notable testing institutes, a fully integrated quality control system has been developed.
Whilst some finished products are certified, other products are made up of only certified materials. This means that the product itself has not been tested but the components have been tested and certified. Since there is a fee for all certifications, it is usually the products that are supplied and manufactured by smaller companies that have the individual components tested but not the finished product. We have given the specifications on these products as Oeko-tex standard because there are only Oeko-tex certified materials used.
Sometimes we are asked why a particular product does not have a label on it to say that it is Oeko-tex standard. Again it is usually the larger manufacturers who provide labels on their products because the price of producing labels for individual products can be prohibitive for smaller manufacturers – it would also have to be reflected in a higher retail price.
We are always happy to answer questions about the certifications of the products we offer, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you need verification.
Spundown Fire Retardant
The treatment used for fire retardant on the Spundown bedding range is a permanent phosphorous, containing fire retardant which is both REACH Registered and Oeko-Tex Class II approved.
Machine wash regularly at 60°c to keep dust mite free. Dry in a tumble dryer on low to medium heat. Add dryer or tennis balls to the dryer and shake the duvet, pillow or topper during the drying process, this will help to ensure the filling is dried equally. Store in a dry environment.