How to make your Jellycat Fluffy again

Hey there, Jellycat lover!

Jellycat is such a popular toy which is often very well loved by their owners. They are are known for their softness and cuddliness, which is one of the reasons they make a beautiful newborn gift.

Jellycat Care Guide

If your fluffy Jellycat pal isn't so fluffy anymore, don't worry! There are a few tricks you can try to get that snuggly softness back.

First off, give your Jellycat a good shake! Hold it tight and give it a few solid jiggles to loosen up the stuffing and get it nice and puffy again.

Jellycat Donkey

If that's not enough, try using a soft brush to gently smooth out any clumps or debris that may be mucking up your toy's fur. Be careful not to pull too hard or you might upset your little buddy.

According to the Jellycat brand, it's best to give your plush toys a surface wash with mild soap and rinse them thoroughly with clean water. To restore the fur's fluffiness, you can use a hairdryer to dry your Jellycat carefully. However, if you choose to air dry your Jellycat on a clothesline, be aware that the fur may feel slightly stiff.

Sometimes, your Jellycat might need a good bath. Check the label first to make sure it's safe to do so, and use a mild detergent and warm water to get it squeaky clean. After rinsing, give it a few squeezes and let it air dry.

If you're feeling fancy, mix up a little fabric softener and water and gently dab it onto your Jellycat's fur. Then wring it out and let it dry naturally.

Last but not least, if your Jellycat can handle it, toss it in the dryer on low heat to fluff it up real nice. And don't forget to give it one more shake before snuggling up for some serious cuddle time!


Jellycat Care Tips
Shake your Jellycat to redistribute stuffing and loosen clumps
Use a soft brush to remove dirt and restore fur texture
Follow label instructions for washing your Jellycat, or wash it by hand using mild detergent and lukewarm water
Use fabric softener to soften the fur after washing
Tumble dry your Jellycat on low heat if safe to do so
Avoid using high heat or harsh chemicals that can damage the fibers
Store your Jellycat in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture
Regularly inspect your Jellycat for signs of wear or damage, and repair or replace it if necessary


By following these care tips, you can keep your Jellycat looking and feeling its best for years to come!

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