|Stuffed panda toys
|Plush and PP cotton or customize material
|Paypal, western union, and bank
|Soft and safety
|1pcs per bag, then put in carton boxes
|Custom sample will have a little sample charge and need 7~10days
|After make sample need 4~7days for air shipping
|15~25days for each order depend on quantity
|Promotional or gift for toys…
|Custom toys can support make ASTM/CPSIA/CE/EN71… these standard certificate
|Comfortable fabric, reactive printing and dyeing, no fading, soft fabric, no lint, no odor, healthy and safe. Soft and fluffy PP cotton filling, comfortable and full, good resilience and no deformation.
The giant panda is the only mammal belonging to the order Carnivora, Ursidae, subfamily of giant pandas and the genus Giant panda. Its body color is black and white. It has round cheeks, large dark circles, and a chubby body. It is iconic It also has claws as sharp as a scalpel. It is one of the cutest animals in the world. They are 1.2 to 1.5 meters long and weigh 50 to 80 kilograms.
Plush fabric is one of the common clothing fabrics. Clothes made of plush fabrics are comfortable and warm to wear, making them an excellent choice for warm clothing. However, it should be noted that plush fabrics need careful care and maintenance, because plush fabrics are more susceptible to damage caused by external factors such as chemical substances. Here, I will share some tips for maintaining plush fabrics.
Clothes made of plush fabrics are worn for too long, and elastic fatigue will occur, and it is not easy to restore the original shape, causing the clothes to become distorted and deformed. So after wearing it for a period of time, it is necessary to let it take a proper rest, so as to be able to maintain the elasticity of the plush clothing.
When collecting plush clothing, it is necessary to remove the dust first. A better way is to dry clean once, because the dry cleaning agent perchloroethylene has a strong bactericidal and insecticidal effect. It can disinfect the clothes while improving the cleanliness of the clothes.
Plush clothing fabrics are relatively hygroscopic, so your hands should be ventilated and dried as much as possible in rainy days to prevent mildew. When drying, you must avoid strong sunlight, or only expose the reverse side, so as to avoid the fading of the clothing. Remember to put in the insect repellent when putting it in the closet to ensure the safety of the clothes.