It’s time you upgrade your polyester comforter to a wool comforter.
Here is why:
Many people don’t think about the manufacturing process of their bedding products and what steps it takes to make them. Did you know many traditional manufacturing companies spray their bedding products with fire retardant chemicals in order to make them fire resistant? It’s horrifying to find that the chemicals being used are linked to cancer and can potentially cause people serious health issues.
The real question is why are people unaware of these kinds of things? Truth is no one really talks about it; people get so caught up on their daily routines that they forget to do some research. Little do they know that there are so many companies out there who use non-tested chemicals for production. These kinds of topics are not being discussed because it’s not convenient for corporation retailers for topics like this to be open in the air.
You must wonder, “What now”? Is there an alternative?
The answer is yes, here is one.
Wool Comforter’s, wool comforter are already naturally flame retardant because they are:
- high moisture content
- high nitrogen content
- low heat of combustion, low heat release
- high oxygen index of about 26%
- very high ignition temperature of about 1100 F
- forms self insulating char that prevents fire propagation
- does not melt or drip that slows spread.
These comforters are one of the best selling alternative comforters because of their endurance and softness. According to a study, wool can be bent 20,000 without breaking and has the ability to return to its original shape with no problem. Not only is an Organic Wool Comforter soft and durable, but it’s made of extremely Eco-friendly fiber. Sheep grow a new coat every year and their fiber is very sustainable and renewable and can easily decompose into soil and can act as a fertilizer.
If you are not ready to switch yet, here are some facts about Wool Comforters: