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Ssen baby sleeping bags made from 100% natural fibre
06
Jul '13
The ssen sleeping bag is 100% natural fibre, made up of 100% superfine merino and 100% cotton and is designed for ages 0-2 years.  They are recommended for temperatures between 18ºc and 28ºc.

ssen has created the perfect merino sleeping bag for 0-2 year olds. Unique features of the ssen sleeping bag are:

-two layers of fabric, the inner layer being ultra soft, stain resistant, odour resistant, 100% merino wool and the outer layer being 100% cotton
-two snap clips on each shoulder for easy access
-snap clips on each armhole for a snug fit when baby is smaller
-a long zip at the bottom of the bag for quick and easy nappy changes;
-and functional design so there is no risk of the blankets/sheets falling off

Use
Recommended for sleeping temperatures between 18ºc and 28ºc (adjusting what baby is wearing underneath to suit the climate, for example, if it is hot, baby only needs to wear a singlet but if it is cold then the baby will need to wear long sleeves).  

Merino 
Merino is a highly breathable all-natural fibre that reacts to changes in body temperature so it warms baby up in cold temperatures and cools baby down in warm temperatures, making it perfect for both winter and summer.  Merino is also ultra-absorbent so it draws sweat away from baby’s body allowing the sweat to evaporate into the air. This regulates body temperature and heart rate making for a more comfortable sleep. 
Merino is also anti-static and does not attract dust or lint therefore cutting down the risk of unnecessary allergies.
Because of a protective layer on the fibres of the merino, the ssen sleeping bag doesn’t need to be washed as often as similar style products made of lesser quality fabrics such as synthetics.

Safety
ssen sleeping bags have been both fabric tested and design tested and qualify as Low Fire Danger. ssen sleeping bags comply with Australian Standards. 

Care
Gone are the days of hand washing wool!  You can wash your ssen sleeping bags in a machine (although hand washing will prolong the life of the sleeping bag) with a normal detergent.  In between washes turn the sleeping bag inside out and hang it out over the cot for airing.

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