One simple and effective way to prolong the life of your mattress

Your mattress is quite simply the foundation of your bed upon which your hopes and expectations of a good night’s sleep rest on – if you pardon the pun!

An investment in a good quality mattress is quite a sizeable cost and so it makes sense that you do your utmost to protect your mattress.

The easiest way to do this is to purchase an Australian woollen underlay for your mattress. What is a woollen underlay, I hear you ask!

Well read on to find out more about this magnificent item and how it can protect and safeguard your mattress.

What is a woollen underlay?

A woollen underlay is a thick layer of wool padding that is placed between your mattress and your bedsheets and covers the entire surface area of your mattress.

How does a woollen underlay protect your mattress?

A woollen underlay protects a mattress from the excretions and skin shedding that happens naturally while we sleep. These cause mattresses to become stained and smelling less than fresh.

In addition, a woollen underlay can also prevent mattress indentations and settlement caused by your sleeping positions.

Why choose a woollen underlay?

Wool is a natural material that is breathable, fire-resistant, has body temperature regulating abilities and is also hypoallergenic.

In addition, a woollen underlay is the most hygienic option as they provide a hygienic environment that repels dust mites and bed bugs, making it a perfect choice for allergy and asthma sufferers.

Mattress protection is vital for your mattress and your bed and there’s no better way to ensure it than with a good quality woollen underlay.

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