PRODUCT FUNCTION: Simple and neutral unisex pillowcase to match any toddler bed to cot setting. Sized perfectly for your little one to nap, sleep and play while on the go. With a pillow on hand, your toddler will feel more secured when sleeping or napping in a new environment. Soft and pastel colors are chosen carefully for uninterrupted and peaceful sleep.
PRODUCT FEATURES: Our pillowcases are soft against baby's skin, reducing discomfort and giving a sweet sleep. It is soft and durable. Good sewing stitch and exquisite workmanship reduce loose thread. The pillowcase is zipper style which holds the pillow securely and still gives you the comfort to remove the pillow from the case easily.
PACKAGE INCLUDE: 2 x Toddler Pillowcases (13 x18 Inches) (Pillows are not included). Fits pillows branded at Celeep, KeaBabies, Little Sleepy Head, Little One's Pillow, TILLYOU, EXQ Home and so on. Search ASIN "B0758C2F79" to get NTBAY matching toddler pillows.
EASY CARE: Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, tumble dry at low temperature, cool iron if needed. Do not bleach.
SATISFACTORY SALES SERVICE: We are so confident in the quality of our product that we offer 90 days return and replacement service. We also provide it with a life time free customer service. If you find that our products have quality problems, just contact us and we will solve the problem for you immediately.
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