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Asiana Single Head Pillow


Product Brief:

- Japan-made quality zippers

- Heavy-duty inner stitching to prevent breakage

- 100% natural fabrics, down proof ticking and memory foam

- Temperature-neutral memory foam. not affected by its environment climate

- Double-layer creates a way to dissipate heat away from your neck 

- Removable quilted cover; 100% cotton

- Inner filling material; 100% Temperature Neutral Memory Foam

- Product Grade: First Class

- Compliance Standard: GB/T 22843-2009
GB18401-2010

- Safety Category: B (Skin Contact Safe)

- Thread count: 180/cm2

 

Product Care Instructions

Inner Filling

  • Ventilate in the Shade.


Washing Instructions for Outer Cover

  • Machine Wash, Cold. Initial water temperature should not exceed 30 degrees C.
  • Iron, Low. Regular ironing maybe performed at low setting only (110C, 230F).
  • Do not Dryclean. Garment may not be commercially dry-cleaned.
  • Do not bleach. No bleach product or detergent containing bleach should be used.

 

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Location of KUKA Flagship Store

180 Kitchener Road, Unit #03-42/43, S208539 | Tel: 6643 9666 | Opening Hours: 12noon - 9pm daily

 

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