Advice on Hot Water Bottles
Hot water bottles are complete safe providing they are used and cared for responsibly and all bottles we stock are manufactured to British Safety Standard BS1970:2012 with certain brands offering an additional 1 or 2 year guarantee against manufacturing defects.
Before use, check your hot water...
Advice on Wheatbags
Wheat bags are traditionally used for the intended purpose of direct application to the body, NOT as a bed warmer. They make a super alternative to a traditional hot water bottle and are often favoured due to reduced risk of scalding.
Yes, providing they are used by a responsible adult, for the...
Safety standards – What do they mean?
When looking to purchase and use a heatable product, it’s important to recognise which safety standard it holds and what it means.
Whether it’s a wheat bag, hot water bottle, microwavable toy or other similar type of warming item, it should be certified and...
Almost all products sold at Heat Treats are textile based and will require some care and maintenance after use.
In most cases, such as with pyjamas, bath robes and lounge wear, washing instructions will be clearly visible on garment labels and should be followed to ensure your item does not dis...