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Eucalyptus Silk Weighted Blanket Cover

Eucalyptus Silk Weighted Blanket Cover

Starting from £45.00

Eucalyptus Silk Weighted Blanket Cover

£45.00 £45.00 % Off!
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  • Our weighted blanket cover for hot sleepers, made with super soft 100% Eucalyptus Silk.
  • Ideal for summer nights, the cover is suitable with any inner Mela Weighted Blanket.
  • Hypoallergenic and gentle on your skin

Made from cooling, 300 ply thread count Eucalyptus Silk - meaning it's super soft.

Our Eucalypus Silk is harvested from regenerative forests in Austria and the Czech Republic, and requires 10x less water than cotton.

All of our products are Oeko-Tex certified, to ensure they are free from any harmful chemicals or toxins.

  • For people: We donate 1% of profits from this product to our charity partner, Young Minds.
  • For the planet: When you buy this cover, you protect 5 trees in the Amazon rainforest.
New stock arriving end of November 2021. Orders will be dispatched in the 1st week of December.
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Eucalyptus Silk is as durable as cotton and gets softer with use and washing.

To preserve colour and reduce your emissions wash on a cold cycle with a natural plant-based detergent free of harmful synthetics.

To dry it's preferable to use a line or a hanging rack to increase the longevity of your covers and reduce your energy consumption.

If you’re short on space a natural wool dryer ball can help speed up dry time. If this isn't possible tumble dry on a low heat.

How to attach

1. Unzip the cover and turn it inside-out
2. Lay flat on a surface and lay your weighted blanket on top
3. Tie all of the blanket loops, excluding the ones of the zipped edge
4. Roll the blanket up, and push the rolled ends inside the zip opening
5. Tie the remaining ties
6. Unroll and relax

Trees Protected

Every order protects 5 trees in the Amazon rainforest.

So far we've stored over 47,000 tonnes of CO2