Kontex Haikara Little Handkerchief Blue Cross (1 pc)
Kontex Haikara Little Handkerchief Blue Cross - full cloth
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$10.00

Kontex

Haikara Little Handkerchief Blue Cross

SKU: 37147

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A woven handkerchief to soothe skin and clean spills.

In Japan, handkerchiefs are a daily staple, used year-round to stay comfortable in hot temperatures and soothe sensitive noses during allergy season.

The Haikara Little Handkerchief features colorful kid-friendly printed designs that are sure to make you and your little one smile despite a runny nose.

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The Haikara Handkerchief features a smooth woven front and a soft, loose-weave pile back designed to absorb moisture and soothe dry, irritated skin.

As a natural and eco-friendly alternative to paper tissues, handkerchiefs are washable, compact, and can help build healthy hygienic habits in children from a young age. This little handkerchief comes especially handy during lunchtime spillages or daily messes, folding down flat to fit into small pockets and school backpacks.

Size:
Height: 9.8"
Width: 9.8"

Directions

Machine-wash with cold water and mild detergent.
Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners.
Hand or tumble-dry on low.

Ingredients + Benefits

100% cotton

*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.

Brand Info

Since 1934, Kontex has been crafting high-quality towels in Imabari, Japan. The secret to Kontex's softness is in the manufacturing process. Each towel is made from fine, garment quality thread that’s loosely twisted for the highest level of softness. Such threads would break on modern weaving machines, thus Kontex towels are gently woven on traditional, low-speed machines to maintain the integrity of the thread and achieve a level of softness that modern machines cannot produce. Kontex products are carefully washed with large quantities of fresh spring water from the melted snow of Mt. Ishizuchi, ensuring every thread is free from impurities.
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