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Fire Resistant Duck Feather Cushion Pads

Fire Resistant Duck Feather Cushion Pads


Our fire resistant cushion pads are manufactured to order, please allow 10 - 14 days for delivery.

The filling materials and cambric cover meet the flammability requirements of BS5852 1988 up to crib 5 for Hotel and Commercial use etc..

If you are buying cushion pads for your home then you can use our Standard Cushion Pads range which are fire resistant approved for domestic environments which are normally in stock. (Subject to availability).

Duck feather cushion pad care

Daily plumping and regular airing will be beneficial for lasting comfort. When inserting cushion pads into the covers make sure that the corners of the pads are tucked right into the corners of the cover.

Before use plump up the cushion pads as described below.
To plump up a square feather cushion hold opposite corners and bring together several times to introduce air into the cushion. Repeat the action holding the other corners. As the fabric is waxed the only place that air can enter the cushion is at the seams.

Dry Cleaning - Professional dry cleaning only.
Washing - Hand wash or use a Laundrette size ( large capacity) machine at 40C using a wool cycle, promptly spin dry and then hot air tumble dry.
Always ensure that the filling is thoroughly dried.
Do not iron.

Duck feather cleanliness standards

All of our feather product filling goes through rigorous washing and drying purification processes to ensure utmost cleanliness. They are washed with specified detergents and sterilised at 120 degrees C, and viruses cannot survive at this temperature. The strict processing route is compliant with the European Cleanliness Standard BS EN 12935.

Our supplier works with the most up to-date guidelines set out by the International Animal Health Division, who are a department of DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs) as well as the IDFL (International Down & Feather Laboratory) and finally EDFA (European Down & Feather Association). This means that our supplier receives regular updates on any restrictions, problems or guidelines regarding cleanliness requirements from the most authoritative and informed sources. The authorities are satisfied that properly processed feather carries no public health risk.

All feather used by our supplier is processed and prepared to comply with the Oeko-Tex 100 environmental standards. We do not supply products containing poultry feathers.

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