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Rubens Goodies

Goodies Dottie

$19.95

Art. nr: 140012

Size

Height: 12-24 cm
Weight: 50-200 g

About me

I'm a soft handmade comfort blanket. Warm and soothing, I love the company of newborns and the smallest in the family. My cuddles give comforting security and consolation both in sleep and play! I’m easy to carry along and hang on any stroller or baby mobile thanks to the ring attached to my head.

I can be washed at 30 °C (low tumble-dry heat)!

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From 0 years
Goodies Dottie was added to the stroller!

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Material

Hair: 100% polylester plush
Stuffing: 100% polyester fibre
Granulate: calcium carbonate
Cheek: ink spray paint
Glue: polyvinyl alcohol
Skin: 100% polyester fleece
Clothes: mainly polyester/new materials/cotton
Doll: Wc wash temp Wc ironing Wc tumble Wc bleaching Wc dry cleaning
Clothes: Wc hand wash Wc ironing Wc tumble Wc bleaching Wc dry cleaning

All products are CE marked according to safety regulations: EN-71, Part 1, 2 & 3 and ASTM. Our producer is certified according to ISO 9001.

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