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DJUNGELSKOG Towel with hood

DJUNGELSKOG Towel with hood, monkey, brown

¥ 99.00
Article Number : 
903.938.28
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A terry cloth 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.
Size
70x140 cm
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-A terry cloth 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.
-The loop makes it easy to hang on a knob or hook.
-Please refer to packaging label for country of origin.
Safety and compliance
Recommended for ages from 3 years.
care instructions
Machine wash, max 60°C, normal process.
Do not bleach.
Tumble drying, normal temperature (max 80°C).
Iron, max 200°C.
Do not dryclean.
Product dimensions
Length: 140 cm
Width: 70 cm

designer
S Edholm/L Ullenius
Product description
100% cotton
environment
Renewable material (cotton).
All the cotton in our products comes from more sustainable sources. This means that the cotton is either recycled, or grown with less water, less fertilisers and less pesticides, while increasing profit margins for the farmers.
No optical brightener has been used.
Non-chlorine bleached.
IKEA has banned the use of chlorine bleaching agents in the production of textiles and paper products due to the negative impact on the environment.
Since 1996 IKEA has banned harmful dyestuffs, e.g. azo dyes, in textile and leather production.
DJUNGELSKOG Towel with hood IKEA A terry cloth with a hood for babies and toddlers.

Energy & resources

Long live the wild animals
The tiger, orangutan and other wild animals fascinate children of all ages. Through the textiles and soft toys in the URSKOG and DJUNGELSKOG collections, we can get to know them up close. In reality, many of them are threatened by human advancement. But it is possible to change. In our textiles we have chosen to use materials like sustainably grown cotton, lyocell and polyester made from recycled plastic. It’s our tribute to all beautiful animals threatened by extinction.

Smart functions

Warm and comfortable after a bath
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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A tribute to colourful nature

With the URSKOG/DJUNGELSKOG textile collections, we want to shed light on the wild animals which fascinate us so much, especially children. Beautiful, independent animals which, in many parts of the world, are threatened by us humans and which we all need to pull together to protect. This will help the panda, the zebra, the tiger and other animals can continue living in their natural habitats. With our duvet covers, towels and other textiles, all children can get to know these wild animals up close.

"The tiger is a symbol of a healthy ecosystems", says product developer Anna Edlundh. Before work started on the URSKOG/DJUNGELSKOG textile collections, Anna participated in a workshop where the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) organisation shared their expert knowledge regarding endangered species. It inspired Anna and her colleagues to have a print of the magnificent tiger on a duvet cover in comfortable lyocell and cotton. "As a predator at the top of the food chain, the tiger has an important role in maintaining a balance in nature." Through their encounter with WWF, Anna and her team also came up with ideas for other wild animals that should have more light shed on them, and which can fascinate children of all ages. The panda, the zebra and the gorilla were some of the animals chosen.

Colourful and a multitude of impressions

URSKOG/DJUNGELSKOG are our tribute to nature and its diversity. Everything from duvet covers and pillows to towels and rugs are colourful and have a multitude of impressions – just as nature itself. Anna and her colleagues at Children's IKEA always focus on the environment. For them, it's a given to choose materials and production methods that are neither harmful to children or our environment. "With these collections which focus on nature, it felt particularly good that we use materials such as the cellulose fibre called lyocell, cotton from more sustainable sources and polyester made from recycled plastic", says Anna. Today, all cotton products which IKEA sells have a marking so that the cotton can be traced back all the way to the farmers. It's a guarantee that the cotton actually comes from sustainable production.

Stripes which last a lifetime

In Pakistan, a country with an extensive textile tradition, there is a great deal of expertise when it comes to different printing techniques. Abdul Majid Khan, who works at our office in the provincial capital Karachi, says that many of the patterns in the collections are printed with a pigment print. It's a technique that we are choosing more and more due to its environmental benefits. "The advantage with it is that we can skip a large washing step during production", says Abdul Majid. "And in this reduces water consumption by 30-40% compared with the reactive printing technique. For a single duvet cover with a pillow case, it means that we save at least 30 litres of water." From the experts at WWF, Anna learned that the colours of the wild animals which inspired our textile collections are completely unique. "Did you know that every tiger has its own pattern? Personal stripes that it keeps its whole life."

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A terry cloth 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. The loop makes it easy to hang on a knob or hook. https://www.ikea.cn/cn/en/images/products/djungelskog-towel-with-hood-brown__0554851_PE660000_S4.JPG DJUNGELSKOG Towel with hood, monkey, brown 903.938.28 IKEA ¥ 99.00