OUR RANGE OF MATTRESS FABRICS INCLUDES: KNITTED AND JACQUARD FABRICS, COTTON/SATIN IN DIFFERENT COLOURS FOR QUILTS, SUPPORT FABRICS (PALM TRESS, NON-WOVEN, COTTON FABRICS, RESISTAT FIBERS, CONDUCTIVE FABRICS: COPPER, SILVER)
100% biodegradable fiber. Derived from a particular species of bamboo that grows exclusively in mountainous areas, this is a healthy, hypoallergenic and antibacterial natural fiber which ensures excellent breathability and heat preservation, giving you a pleasant sensation of freshness and relaxation , especially in the warmer seasons. Just like Bamboo plants, which are very tenacious, these fabrics ensure good stability, wrinkle resistance and anti-pilling properties, even after repeated washings.
the pursuit of luxury, comfort and aesthetics. An incredibly light fiber characterized by a very high thermal insulation, both in summer and in winter. 10 times lighter and warmer than wool because there is a chamber within its fiber which acts as thermal insulation. Cashmere is not particularly delicate, it should not be dry cleaned but only with cold water or at a maximum temperature of 40 °C to avoid felting. One advantage of cashmere compared to wool is that it does not need any softener, indeed when washed it becomes softer .
All beneficial properties of wool. Wool is a natural fiber with many beneficial properties which have led to its long history of use. Water-repellent, durable, fireproof and thermal insulating. The greatest and extraordinary quality that made wool the natural fiber most used for mattresses over the centuries, is its high thermal insulation capacity that makes it ideal to have a pleasant and cozy feeling of warmth in bed. Wool ignites with difficulty, therefore it is also flame resistant.
Organic cotton is different from natural cotton and industrial cotton because, during planting and cultivation, synthetic chemicals such as pesticides, herbicides and pesticides, are not used. The advantages of sleeping on cotton fabrics are the prevention of skin allergies and a greater migration of liquids through the fibers.