Some of the great features of the Bandana –
|Made from||100% cotton|
|Available Colours||Pink Floral|
|Age suitability||3+ years|
Outdoor Fun Features
Apart from the obvious of wearing a bandana on your head for sun protection, here are some great tips for the use of a bandana:
- Signal – a bright colored bandana can be hung up as a flag over a campsite that might be lost in tight brush or tall grasses, or swing it around on a stick as a signal flag.
- Bag – tie opposing corners together to make a bag to carry all sorts of loose items.
- Tourniquet – for snake bites or blood loss when out bushwalking
- Cordage – tear off strips or use the whole bandana twisted into a cord.
- Breathing Mask – tie it around your face like a bandit for a sand storm or as a pollen protector. Wet the bandana to help a little more as a smoke filter, if you get caught in a fire.
- Sun Protection – tie it on your head like a skull cap and leave some cloth hanging down the back of your neck.
- Cold Compress – from a fever to a sprain, to a venomous bite, wet the cloth down or fold it up with snow or ice inside for a cold compress.
- Washcloth or Towel – wash with it or dry with it; or have two bandanas and you can enjoy both options.
- Kitchen Helper – whether you need a pot mitt to get your kettle off the fire, or a dish rag to clean up after the meal, the bandana has you covered.
- Sling – Just a few weeks or months of practice at slinging rocks, and you’ll be hitting the side of a barn (or better).
- Water Filter – just a pre-filter really, but it will improve the clarity of the water, and it can protect your precious water filter from premature clogging.
- Snot Rag – when disposable tissues aren’t an option, there’s your bandana ready for action.
- Bandage – if your bandana is still new and clean, it will suffice to cover any wounds
- Warmth – tie it around your neck for a gaiter, tie it around your ears for muffs, tie it around your face to stave off frostbite.
- Hat – several ways to tie it for a serviceable head covering. Anyone with long hair can use it as a headband.
- Mark a Trail – whole or in pieces, mark your trail and then collect the pieces before you bug out of there.
- Napkin – wipe up your messy face or hands after your outdoor picnic
- Eye Patch – whether you have an eye injury, or you’re playing pirates with the kids.
- Fire – if the bandana is cotton, you can soak it in oil for a torch, or use it dry as back-up tinder for emergency fire starting.
- Toilet Paper – this could be your final use of the bandana – if the leaves of nature aren’t your #1 preference
Shipping and Delivery
- Playground Princess ships your item via registered post through Australia Post (for smaller items) or via our suppliers nominated courier service (for larger or items we don’t hold on-site). By sending your item via Australia Post Registered Post there will be proof the item was sent / when it’s lodged over the counter at an Australia Post retail outlet and proof the item was received. Upon shipping your item we will supply you with a tracking number via email.
- Goods do not require a signature on delivery and will be left at your address if you are not home – please ensure you advise a shipping address where someone is always home, or alternatively a business address. We cannot accept any responsibility for packages left at an address, which are then removed/lost/stolen.
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