- Teepees are intended for adult supervised quiet play and not for roughhousing.
- Small pompoms can become a choking hazard if they are removed from the trim.
- Small babies and toddlers who are newly exploring their environments can easily move the teepee poles, putting them at risk of collapsing or tipping the teepee, close supervision is recommended during these young years. As littles grow they will be more aware of their surrounding and less likely to knock over the play structure.
- Materials have not been treated with flame retardant or weather proofing.
- Avoid open flames and bulbs that create heat such as lanterns or fairy light near or surrounding the teepee.
- Spot clean or hand wash the teepee with water and washing detergent.
- Allow to air dry while setup and teepee pole fully extended.
- Avoid leaving the teepee out in inclement weather.
- May be used indoors or outdoors. Fabric has not been weather treated therefore do not expose to wet conditions.
- Do not machine wash or the natural canvas will shrink.
- Steam or press to release wrinkles in the canvas. Avoid high temperatures on the delicate lace and trims.
- Place in sunlight with poles fully extended out to release wrinkles in the canvas.
- Allow teepee to relax in fully assembled position to remove wrinkle from storage. Placing teepee in the warm sun help release wrinkles.
- Collapse teepee and store when not in use.
- Be cautious of gusts of wind when playing outside with your teepee.