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   Apr 03

FAQs about Wool Bedding

Wool duvets, pillows and even mattresses are having a surge in popularity recently. This is because more and more people are realising the advantages and benefits of going back to natural materials such as wool compared to synthetics. However, not everybody is convinced of the value of wool bedding, or are confused as to what [...]

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   Mar 27

Is it Worth Having a Wool Mattress too?

There is no dispute as to the advantages of wool bedding. A pure wool duvet, pillow or blanket is incredibly comfortable and conducive to a great night’s sleep. In addition, wool is hypoallergenic, kind to the skin, able to maintain a stable body temperature, and highly durable. So is it worth going all in and [...]

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   Mar 02

Why Wool is Kind to the Environment and Kind to your Skin

These days people care a lot more about the clothing and bedding products they buy. Eco friendly and natural and two things more and more people look out for when buying products such as bed linen. Man-made fibres and intensive growing methods of crops such as cotton, mean people are more savvy as to what [...]

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   Feb 22

Asthma Prevention with Wool Bedding

Asthma is a condition that affects 5.4 million people in the UK. Over a million of these are children. Each year, over a thousand people die due to the condition, and despite treatments available to alleviate symptoms, such as Ventolin inhalers, there is no cure. In children, asthma is the most common long-term disease. However, [...]

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   Feb 14

Studies Show the Effectiveness of Wool Bedding for Sleep

More and more people are turning back to wool for their bedding. Wool duvets, pillows and blankets are comfortable, natural and in keeping with an eco friendly lifestyle. Now, research has shown that wool bedding also helps you get a better night’s sleep compared to other materials. Scientists from the University of Sydney in Australia [...]

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   Jan 14

The Uniqueness of Wool Fibres

Wool bedding, such as duvets, pillows and bed toppers are incredibly popular. People love the warmth, comfort and naturalness of wool, which is why the entire wool industry is having a renaissance. Wool has some remarkable properties, which is why humans have been using wool as bedding and for thousands of years. And the secret [...]

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   Jan 07

Bedding Buying Guide

For keeping warm and reducing heating costs at night, the right bedding can make a big difference. Tucked up warm and cosy in a pure wool duvet means you don’t have to have the radiators on all night, but buying bedding can be difficult with so much choice around. Understanding tog ratings and ensuring you [...]

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   Dec 31

10 Reasons for Choosing Wool Bedding

Wool bedding is making a comeback. More and more people are realising the benefits of sleeping in a pure wool duvet, wool pillow or wool bed topper.  As a material, wool has many advantages over other bedding fabrics, so iy are wondering why you should go wool, here are ten very good reasons. Suitable for [...]

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   Dec 24

Wool Back in Vogue

Wool has always been an important material for making bedding and clothing in the UK. However, for quite a few years in recent history, due mainly to the rise of synthetic fibres, wool use declined, despite the fact that in most cases it provides a superior and more comfortable material for making clothing and bedding. [...]

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   Nov 14

Wool for Children’s Bedding

The right bedding for children is incredibly important. Not only should toddlers and babies always be kept at the right temperature, but also their bedding should be non-allergenic and shouldn’t harbour dust mites – a leading cause of allergies and asthma. Of course, bedding for children needs also to be soft and comfortable to ensure [...]

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