Coyuchi

Renewed Women's Whitney Organic Cotton Knit Poncho

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Coyuchi

Renewed Women's Whitney Organic Cotton Knit Poncho

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Restored

Restored. This product has been restored back to like new condition.
Reconditioned. This product may have some kind of visible repair, flaw or replaced aesthetic element.

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Details

Made by a 120-year-old company in Michigan, using wool sourced from East Coast farms where the sheep are humanely raised for their wool and never bathed in pesticides. The undyed wool is washed with biodegradable soap, made into rovings (thick fiber bundles), then felted using agitation and steam on the mill's original, antique machines. As a natural flame retardant wool is not only non-allergenic, it is also dust mite proof making it perfect for people with allergies and skin sensitivity. Wool acts as a natural insulator keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer for year round comfort.

  • 100% organic cotton is grown and woven in India.
Care
  • All of our organic cotton products are machine washable. We recommend machine washing on the gentle or delicate cycle with like colors, with cold water and a natural, plant based laundry detergent. We do not recommend using whiteners, as bleaching agents may diminish the brilliance and depth of the colors; when needed, use only non-chlorine bleach. Line dry, or tumble dry low and remove promptly. Fabric softeners and dryer sheets reduce the absorbency of cotton textiles and are not recommended. Place a set of our wool dryer balls inside the dryer to naturally soften the fabric and reduce drying time. Use a warm iron as needed.
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If you don't love your purchase for any reason, return it within 60 days of purchase for a full refund.


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