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Wool is a fantastic, natural bedding material. It is highly sought after worldwide for its superior insulation qualities. It efficiently regulates the temperature and moisture around your body for ultimate sleeping comfort, keeping you warm in cold conditions and cool in hot. This is achieved by insulating you from both cold and heat extremes, breathing and wicking moisture away from your body. The average person gives off a pint of water vapour each night and wool has the ability to absorb and release large amounts of moisture without feeling clammy. No other fibre does this as well. Wool is also naturally antibacterial and flame resistant. It is ideal for anyone sensitive to allergies from down or synthetic materials, or for anyone looking for natural, healthy bedding.
Our wool underquilts are manufactured using premium grade 638 gram sliverknit that has an extra plush 30mm pile. Premium quality Cross Blend wool fill is channel quilted between the sliverknit and the 100% cotton Japara sheeting so that your underquilt will retain maximum loft and be superbly comfortable. Our fitted underquilts come with elasticised stretched lycra skirting that fits snugly around the perimeter of the mattress to ensure that the underquilt does not move once it is in position. Relax and sleep deeply with the exquisite comfort that our luxurious pure wool underquilt provides. The therapeutic values of a Mi Woollies underquilt are unsurpassed. You will feel years younger! Don't delay, start sleeping easy and order your underquilt today.
Our natural wool bedware is made using premium grade wool and is manufactured by Mi Woollies at our long established factory located in Christchurch, New Zealand. If you require a non standard sized product please email us at email@example.com with your requirments and we will be in touch with you.
Complete the natural New Zealand Wool sleep experience with a Wool Duvet and Wool Filled Pillows.
Please follow those provided on the packaging and on labels attached to the underquilts themselves. Dry cleaning is reommended however an underquilt should seldom need cleaning, just air regularly to retain freshness.