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Wheat warmer - Hooty the Owl
A cosy little wheat warmer owl made out of soft materials and filled with linseed and a light scent of lavender.
Hooty wheat warmer Owl - At a glance
- A cosy little wheat warmer owl made out of soft materials and filled with linseed and a light scent of lavender.
- Put the owl in the microwave oven for a few minutes and it is ready to share its warm body with any little boy or girl who is in need of a cosy warm toy pet.
More about the product
These owls are something more than the standard teddybear. They are made out of super soft materials and filled with wheat and millet and a touch of lavender. Perfect for giving security and warmth when going to bed or just to play with. An original gift for a little boy or girl who needs someone warm and cosy next to them when going to sleep. All wheat warmer animals are made of high quality materials and if taken care of properly they will last for many years and thousands of hours of playing and relaxing. However always ensure that at least the recommendations below are followed to ensure the teddy does not get to hot.
It is also good to know that
- The owls can also be used for cooling if needed. Just put them in a clean bag in the fridge for about 3h and they are ready to cool down any strained ankle or soccer injury.
- Size: 24 cm.
- Heating the wheat warmer in the microwave must always be done by an adult.
- Make sure that the wheat warmer owl is clean and dry before putting it in the microwave.
- Ensure it can rotate freely inside the microwave oven to avoid that one side gets too hot.
- Heat it at 600-800W for a maximum of 2 minutes. Once completed check the temperature to ensure it is evenly warm and at an appropriate temperature for the child.
- Make sure that the temperature of the wheat warmer owl has cooled down before heating it up again.
- Clean the owl with a damp cloth if necessary. It can not be machine washed since it contains lavender and wheat.
- Full instructions are provided in the package.
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