How Does a Mattress Get
While sleeping, the human body loses
a certain amount water through the skin and breathing. The
mattress will absorb a certain amount of water. The moisture
absorbed by the mattress will work it's way to the coldest
part of the mattress, which is the underneath of the mattress.
When the moisture reaches the solid bed base it can not
proceed any further, so therefore the underneath of the
mattress remains damp.
Effects of Wet Damp Mattress
and Bed Base
Having the underneath of the mattress
constantly damp will result in mould forming, mould stains
to your mattress and unpleasant smells. It will also cause
the wooden bed base to rot, or metal bed base to rust.
Health Risk of Mould
Mould spores are released into the air
similar to the way that pollen is released from our flowers
and plants when disturbed. Breathing in these mould spores
can cause the following allergy symptoms.
- Watery eyes
- Itchy eyes
- Breathing Difficulty
- Skin Rashes
Solving the Damp Mattress
By placing AERO-MESH matress underlay
between your mattress and bed base, you create an airspace
between your mattress and bed base, allowing air to circulate
between the two. This will alow dampness to escape by means
of evaporation, keeping your mattress and bed base dry.
Therefore helping to prevent the growth of mould. Your mattress
and bed base will last you for many more years.
Is rot resistant
- Will not absorb moisture
- Is odourless
- Will last for many years
- Is non toxic
- Increases airflow in all directions
- Good shock absorbtion
- Soft cushioning effect