ökoNORM Textile Wax Crayons 6 Colours
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ökoNORM Textile Wax Crayons (6 Colours)

ökoNORM Textile Wax Crayons (6 Colours)

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Bunte Wachsstifte zum Bemalen von Textilien. Was für ein Spaß! 6 Farben aus einer nachhaltigen und umweltfreundlichen Produktion. Für Kinder ab 3 Jahre.

The new generation of wax crayons made from renewable raw materials have bright colors and high covering property. Specially developed for natural textiles, not suitable for synthetic fabrics or wool. A slight white haze on the wax crayons, the wax bloom, is a proof of quality and indicates a high proportion of pure beeswax.

Wash textiles for the first time at 40°C. Before using wax chalks, wash the textile. Work on firm surface. Upon finishing drawing, cover with absorbing paper and iron from the backside (without steam) until no more color adheres to paper. Then iron from the front side without paper. Earliest after 2 days, wash the painted textile at 40°C with a mild detergent without bleaching agents.

  • Achtung! Nicht für Kinder unter drei Jahren geeignet. Erstickungsgefahr wegen verschluckbarer Kleinteile.
  • Size: 6,3 × 1,2 × 6,7 cm
  • 6 colours
  • Ingredients: vegetable waxes, beeswax, vegetable stearines and oils, nontoxic pigments
  • Made in Germany


About ökoNORM

ökoNORM's unique collection is full of joyful, colourful, natural craft products. With their wonderful range - from chalk, crayons and modelling clay to finger paints, craft glue and much, much more - it's time for little ones and adults alike to start getting creative. All of ökoNORM's products are handmade in a small factory in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt. Founded in 1989, this social partnership company guarantees non-toxic products made from renewable raw materials. A number of their products carry the "spiel gut" seal (a well-known German award for educationally valuable toys) and have been evaluated by Öko-Test (a German consumer magazine with high ecological testing standards).

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