SHAUN Lambskin Hand Muff for Prams
Wasserabweisende SHAUN das Schaf – I love my mum – Kinderwagen Handwärmer aus echtem Lammfell
Shaun the Sheep lambskin hand muff for prams
SHAUN the Sheep – I love my Mum – water-repellent hand muff for prams made of genuine lambskin
With our Shaun the Sheep hand muff, your hands will be toasty and warm without having to fumble around with gloves. Lambskin is not only warm, but its long fibres ensure constant and pleasant heat. This hand muff can be easily attached to your pram handlebar with the snap buttons. Face winter head-on with our hand muff for prams!
- Shaun the Sheep image
- “I love my Mum” text
- OEKO-TEX® Leather Standard certified
- One size
- Lining: Merino lambskin
- Durable outer material
- Wind and water-repellent
- Secure onto pram with snap buttons
- Compatible with prams and buggies with one handlebar
- Reflective strips for greater visibility and safety
- Colours: cobalt blue, vanilla white
- Please note: follow care instructions when washing your hand muff.
This product is sold exclusively in Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Please contact us at email@example.com or via our contact form if you have any questions or need any assistance.
As a general rule, do not wash too often! Lambskin is self-cleaning, dirt-repellent and easy to care for.
General care: Regular brushing and shaking help to keep the lambskin soft and fluffy. We also recommend brushing the coat well in case of light stains, the affected area can be moistened slightly beforehand. In general, we recommend airing out fur products regularly - fog or even snow for several hours is best for this. The following applies: the coat can become damp, but the leather should not get wet.
Cleaning in the washing machine: As rarely as possible. For cleaning we recommend hand washing or the wool/hand washing programme of the washing machine cold or with max. 30 degrees at max. 600 revolutions. We recommend using only PH-neutral special lambskin shampoo.
Drying: The fur should be spread out flat to dry in an airy place, e.g. on a clothes horse on the balcony. During the drying phase, the lambskin should be pulled into shape while still damp. Neither during drying nor during storage should the lambskin bag be exposed to direct sunlight, also avoid the proximity of artificial heat sources (e.g. heating). Do not tumble dry!