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The best wool comforter feels toasty warm to sleep under, yet light in weight - especially considering its renowned heat-conserving capacity.
PHOTO ABOVE: When you buy the best wool comforter, you are also supporting small farmers in the US who treat their sheep humanely. Sheepswool is a renewable resource; the sheep get a haircut and then grow more!
A product that lasts - when you take proper care of the best wool comforter - it will last for decades!
Forget down-filled bedding! I've been there. While lovely at the very beginning, down fill does not take long to become lumpy and loaded with dust mites - they love those feathers! Over the years, goose down fill breaks down, becoming ever more dusty and dirty. That means YOU are breathing in dust mites and rotten feather particles all night!
Not too long ago, I discarded a goose down comforter. It had become hopelessly lumpy. No matter how much I shook it out, would not fluff up anywhere close to as it had when new. I opened it up to see what the goose down looked like. It was shocking to see the disintegrated grey, dusty, broken down matter I found inside. It was not white, fluffy and clean as it should be. VERY unhealthy!
Not anything like the best WOOL comforter!
Did you know that wool does NOT harbor dust mites? They cannot live in wool because wool fibers have microscopic bristles on them that make life inhospitable for dust mites.
Not only that, bacteria and other microbes don't find wool a good place to live either.
Because natural wool batting is fire retardant, no chemicals are needed. All other materials are required by law to contain fire retardant chemicals.
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