Our products - home textiles and bedding, such as pillows, duvets, mattress protectors, nursing pillows, and bedspreads, with covers made of 100% polyester and 100% cotton in white, and a filling of 100% polyester fiber, as well as waterproof mattress protectors made of terry cloth, have been tested for harmful substances and are certified with the highest Öko-Tex Standard 100 of product class 1 (baby standard).
Test number 16.HUA.90989 Hohenstein
Our throws have been tested for harmful substances and are certified with the highest Öko-Tex Standard 100 of product class 1 (baby standard).
Test number 02.T.2675 Hohenstein
Our towels have been tested for harmful substances and are certified with the highest Öko-Tex Standard 100 of product class 1 (baby standard).
Test number 07.MO.52746 Hohenstein
Navigating the seal jungle
In Germany and Europe, we enjoy fairly good legal protection against the most dangerous substances.
Many consumers are paying more attention to compliance with pollutant limits and sustainability and fairness in fabric production and textile manufacturing.
There are currently no uniform criteria for ecological labels in the eco-textile sector. In addition to company-specific eco-brands in the textile sector, there are some independent certifications that provide consumers with security when making purchases.
Numerous textile labels with different objectives that typically have stricter testing criteria and higher standards than legal requirements provide guidance.
Here is an overview of the most important textile certifications. Öko-Tex Standard: Textile seal tests pollutants in four product classes
The Oeko-Tex Standard 100 stands for textiles that have been tested for harmful substances and are classified by Oeko-Tex institutes as safe for the end consumer.
The initiators for the founding of the Öko-Tex community were the German Hohenstein Institutes and the Institute for Ecology, Technology, and Innovation (ÖTI) in Vienna.
Today, the Öko-Tex testing and certification organization is supported by 16 textile research and testing institutes in Europe and Japan. They are represented in 60 countries around the world. The main focus of the Öko-Tex Standard is the testing of textiles for pollutants and compliance with national or international limit values