Casahomewear presents the 100% pure cotton throws of the Happidea brand coordinated with the duvet cover sets and the furnishing cushion.
The pattern is characterized by a large red heart made up of a multitude of small hearts that reinforce the message of love.
Let yourself be won over by the quality of the 100% Made in Italy product created for you by Happidea.
The fabric is in pure 100% natural cotton, frosted with a soft and soft feel and with all the breathability characteristics typical of cotton, ideal for skin health.
Soft internal padding of 100g, sufficient to guarantee soft warmth during moments of relaxation on your sofa. The padding is 100% Italian recycled polyester, it is made by recovering the plastic that defaces our seas and our cities.
Printed article, printing carried out in compliance with European regulations with non-toxic and environmentally friendly dyes and the product is certified in accordance with OEKO TEX 100.
Padded throws should be washed at every change of season and placed in a protective bag until used again.
Dry cleaning is preferable, otherwise in the washing machine at a maximum of 30°, to preserve the polyester interior, which is delicate at high temperatures.
It is advisable to insert the garment with the main design folded inside so that the back design rubs against the drum in the spin cycle.
Gentle spin for upholstery, no salt, little fabric softener, liquid detergents, synthetic program due to the internal padding and do not use bleach.
Dry the product flat and unfolded in a warm, dry place. Be careful, the colors could fade under direct sunlight. If using a dryer, select the synthetic programme.
Padded throws should never be ironed, leave flat.
This garment was produced in Italy right from the preparation of the fabric, through the dyeing, printing and finishing, up to the manufacturing including packaging.
The manufacturer has an ISO9001 certified management system.
The manufacturer complies with the rules of the National Collective Labor Agreement in Italy.
No use of child labor.