MORPHEUS LOW ALLERGY DUVET / QUILT
As such, the cotton duvet becomes an increasingly popular alternative to traditional bedding, as cotton offers high moisture absorbency and makes an extremely light comfortable duvet. Naturally, BRINKHAUS use only the finest pure cotton for filling and combed Egyptian cotton satin for the casing, but at BRINKHAUS their technicians go even further. Although when washed at 60 °C most allergens are removed, the MORPHEUS® range of products can be laundered from time to time at temperatures up to 95 °C for even greater control of the sleeping environment. Moreover, the quilt is designed as a medium-light summer weight quilt.
MORPHEUS Low Allergy Duvet / Quilt Specifications
- Casing: fine satin in 100 % Egyptian long staple cotton, medicott® treated, TC 218
- Filling: 100 % cotton fibre
- Design: equipped with durable nickel-free metal press studs
- Washable: up to 95°C
- Colour: white
- Cotton 95°C Quilt / Duvet 3.5 TOG Light Quilted Squares – Approx 220gsm
THE BRINKHAUS COMMITMENT
The quality offered by the BRINKHAUS brand is based on carefully chosen materials combined with modern production methods. Their range of quilts and pillows stands for first-class sound sleep. The Brinkhaus guarantee label underlines the high quality of all Brinkhaus products by describing the components they are made of and the benefits they offer. Every filling boasts 100 % BRINKHAUS quality. Their products will meet even the most stringent of quality requirements.
INFORMATION FOR PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM HOUSE DUST MITE ALLERGIES
WHAT IS HOUSE DUST?
No two homes produce the same kind of house dust; in fact it will even differ between rooms.
House dust normally consists of human and animal hair and skin cells, textile fibres, bacteria and mould, algae and dust mites. Each of these components may trigger an allergy but most people who suffer an allergic reaction to house dust are affected by dust mites and their excrement.
Mites have shared our homes for thousands of years. They are relatives of the spider, are around 0.3 mm long and cannot be seen with the naked eye. They feed on shed animal and human skin, multiply very quickly and produce around two thousand times their own bodyweight in excrement in their short lives. Since around 1964, we have known that it is this excrement that contains the allergens responsible for house dust mite allergy.
THE PREFERRED ENVIRONMENT
House dust mites like a warm, damp and dark environment. Temperatures of between 20 and 30 °C and a relative humidity of 65 to 80 % are ideal for them. Carpets, upholstered furniture and beds are where you will commonly find these mites, so it is these areas that require treatment, i.e. regular and thorough cleaning.
BED AND BEDDING TIPS
House dust mites and most importantly their allergenic excrement can only be eliminated through regular and radical removal. Chemical treatments are not recommended for bedding as it comes into contact with the body. The only solution for sufferers is to regularly wash all bedding at as high a temperature as possible (95 °C) to effectively kill any mites present. Mattresses should be fitted with a special cover which can also be washed.