Ecorenew Ingeo Plant Fibre Fill Quilt (Corn)
A perfect pillow for allergy sufferers, asthmatics,
environmentalists and those just after a good night sleep.
Whilst Bambi uses the most advanced manufacturing technology most of the work is hand crafted and custom made by the local skilled workforce.
So what you see in the factory is a skilled team working hands on at every stage of manufacture to ensure that every product is finished packed and delivered in perfect condition.
Every night across Australia thousands of families sleep soundly under the stars with Bambi, Australia’s family favourite.
Bambi has the widest choice of bedding products in Australia with trusted brand names that have become Australia’s family favourites including quilts, doonas, under blankets, mattress toppers, pillows and protectors and a range for baby.
They’re made in a wide range of materials from the finest wool, alpaca, natural plant fibres and cool cotton to latex, memory foam, velour, microfibre, polyester and waterproof fabrics.
So sleepwell and sleep with Bambi for a perfect nights sleep.
Australian through and through, Bambi is a family company, started 30+ years ago at home in Gosford by Peter & Jan Witney.
Bambi has since become one of the leading quality manufacturers in Australia with products selling in every state.
Still independent, Bambi has established the best reputation for superior quality and fine craftsmanship at the Gosford factory.
Bambi holds the prestigious Woolmark Gold label licence and has an Australian Furniture Excellence Award, and a CentBambi are recognised as the innovators in bedding and we are constantly researching the benefits of new materials and creating new product ideas to satisfy changing consumer needs.
Bambi was one of the first Australian manufacturers of bedding to produce machine washable woollen quilts.
Our 'moodmaker' wool-on-wool under blanket is the world's thickest woollen mattress overlay.
And we were the first to introduce revolutionary new plant fibre materials like ingeo™, Tencel® and Bamboo from abundant and annually renewable natural raw material, now part of the environmentally friendly eco-renew range of products.
The new Protectiva waterproof mattress protector range is now the most innovative, safe and healthy way to protect your bed, specially designed for people who need extra protection for medical or other reasons.
Keep an eye out for exciting new innovations from Bambi by regularly visiting the 'Whats New' link on this web site.
ral Coast Manufacturers Award for innovation in design and manufacture.
Shop with confidence knowing Bambi boasts a Gold Woolmark license, and is an Australian Made member as well
Caring For Your Doona/Quilt
We recommend airing quilts before their first use, this helps to freshen and revitalise the wool fibres inside the quilt after the quilt has been removed from the packaging. It is not necessary to launder our quilts before first use. Wool loves fresh air and sunshine, so rather than regular washing we recommend airing your quilt regularly outside on a warm breezy day. Spritzing the quilt with a little water before hanging it on the line will also freshen up the quilt.Regular airing will extend the life of your quilt.
Laundering your sheets/linen regularly will help protect the quilt and prolong its life and we recommend using good quality quilt covers with all of our quilts. If you do decide to wash or dry clean your quilt please ensure that you follow the care label instructions. Wool doesn’t like being agitated and neither does it like getting too hot, so always wash machine washable quilts in a front loader washing machine in 40o warm water. If you are dry cleaning your quilt always ask the dry cleaner to ensure they follow the care label.
We also recommend that you seek a dry cleaner who is a member of the Dry Cleaners Institute of Australia to be sure that good care is taken of your MiniJumbuk quilt - http://www.drycleanersweb.com.au/ (Note that some stains (such as sweat) can become ‘set’ through the dry cleaning process). If you don’t want to wash your quilt, but have a small stain on it, the mix recommended by Woolmark for spot cleaning of most stains (blood, tea, urine, vomit etc) is as follows Solution of one teaspoon of approved wool detergent with one teaspoon of white vinegar and one litre of warm water.
Wool can be a tough customer, so if in doubt, leave it to the experts. Wool will shrink in warm temperatures, so keep the water below 30°C. Be wary of temperature when drying your quilt, too, as it needs to dry slowly, lying flat. If possible, let it dry in the shade – you could place it on top of your Hills Hoist.
Feather and down quilts
Some doonas with a feather or down filling may have to go to the dry cleaners, but others are more hardy. If yours is OK to get wet and you can fit it in your machine, pop the quilt through a ‘delicate’ cycle with wool wash. If it has to go in the bathtub, you can use shampoo or soap flakes as your cleaning agent and get those feet stomping to wash it. Rinse it twice and dry it in the sun.
Polyester and microfibre quilts
Most quilts with these types of fillings can take a spin through the washing machine. They can usually handle a little warmer temp, say around 60°C, but again, check that label for care instructions. If you’re worried, just use the delicate or gentle cycle on your washing machine, or get in into the bath for a hand wash. Some varieties can go into the dryer on the coolest setting, but it will vary brand to brand; plus, a doona dried in the sunshine has a gorgeous feel to it.
Once your quilt is completely dry, store it in a natural-fibre bag made of cotton or linen, so it can breathe. If your quilt is stored in plastic, it could be musty or mildew-y after storage. If you don’t have a bag handy, wrap it in a cotton sheet. Store your quilt in a cool, dry spot.
Easy maintenance tips