The Disana Bio Merino knitted wool blanket is 100 x 80 cm in size and edged with an elaborate knitted border. The finest merino virgin wool unfolds its many positive properties particularly well with this Merino knitted wool blanket. Thanks to the light left stitch, the blanket also stores heat and is soft and comfortable on baby's skin. For cozy hours of sleep, relaxation and play.
Characteristics of disana wool
Wool keeps warm because its naturally crimped fiber includes a lot of air. Wool is temperature-compensated and releases excess body heat to the cooler environment.
Pure Schurwolle absorbs up to one third of its own weight in steamy moisture without feeling humid. At the same time, thanks to its lanolin content, the fiber protects it from external moisture and lets water drops drip off the surface.
Wool is not electrostatically charged and therefore hardly attracts dirt and odors. However, the main advantage of the wool is its high tensioning force, which makes it virtually crease-free.
Care of Disana wool products:
Wool is very similar in chemical composition to human hair. Therefore, the cleaning should be done as gently as possible.
Wool hardly absorbs dirt, the scales on the fiber surface repel dirt. Thus clothing made of wool must be seldom washed;
If, however, woolen articles are to be washed, natural wool is basically hand wash at max. 30 degrees. Wool is very sensitive to alkalis and therefore also to soap.
For washing the wool, therefore, a special wool detergent e.g. use our disana wool shampoo. To ensure that it does not melt, wool must not be soaked, rubbed, or brushed. Just push it with your hand. Drying in the sun, on the heater or even in the tumble dryer are taboo
Disana and sustainability
For Disana, sustainability is the principle of entrepreneurial activity. It is deeply rooted in Disana's DNA that only as much is used and used as Disana can replace. No matter what resources are involved.
Whether it is due to the proverbial Swabian thrift that Disana drives towards the careful handling of raw materials. Whether it's respect for nature that reminds Disana not to take more than is absolutely necessary. Or whether it is simply common sense that Disana says that it should do as little harm to people and the environment as possible at work.