Kids' Anti-Dust Mite and Allergen Proof Bed Sheet Nanocotton® Certified organic cotton with nanofiber membrane

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If you suffer from dust allergies or eczema, you know how important it is to keep your bedroom clean and free of allergens. But even if you vacuum and dust regularly, your bed can still be a breeding ground for dust mites. Kids' Anti-Dust Mite and Allergen Proof Bed Sheet Nanocotton® is different. It is made with a three-layer laminate of organic cotton and nanofiber layer which prevents the penetration of dust mites and allergens. This puts a physical barrier around your mattress, giving you peace of mind and a good night's sleep. 

  • Material nanoSPACE: STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® certificate
  • Organic cotton that is not chemically treated - it is completely natural (on closer inspection you will see pieces of darker cotton in the fabric structure), unbleached and undyed

Detailed information

Výhoda 1
The largest seller of nano products
More than 400 nanotechnology products under one roof.
Výhoda 2
Czech production
We manufacture nanoSPACE brand products in the Czech Republic

Product detailed description

Why is Kids' Anti-Dust Mite and Allergen Proof Bed Sheet Nanocotton® so unique?

It is made with a three-layer laminate of high quality organic cotton and nanofiber layer. The functional layer is a nanofiber membrane that provides allergy sufferers with full protection from dust mites and allergens. The next layer is cotton satin, which is made from the finest 100% cotton yarns. Cotton satin has a dense and firm texture with a fine glossy finish, it absorbs moisture excellently and is breathable, this is due to the natural raw material from which it is made. The vibrant colours are stable even after many washing cycles. Nanocotton® is suitable for all types of matresses. 

Why do we use organic cotton and what makes it different?

We use biobased cotton that meets the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certification, an internationally recognised standard for organic textiles. The standard applies to the processing, manufacturing, packaging, labelling, marketing and distribution of all textiles. GOTS is recognised as the world's leading standard for the processing of organic fibre textiles. It defines high environmental criteria throughout the supply chain of organic textiles and also requires compliance with social criteria (fair wages, prohibition of child labour).
 
The organic cotton used in our textiles is not chemically treated (conventional cotton accounts for up to 16% of the world's annual pesticide consumption). It is a raw organic cotton that is not bleached or dyed in any way. Therefore, on closer inspection, you can see darker particles in the fibres, which are remnants of the cotton plant itself.
 
The use of organic cotton also solves the problem of water consumption for the production of conventional cotton. The biggest problem with conventional cotton is the water consumption, which is used more during the whole process than in the production of other materials. According to the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), more than 20 000 litres of water are needed to produce just one kilogram of cotton. Just to give you an idea, the average person needs around 142 litres of water a day for their daily life.
 
According to the Soil Association, 91% less water is used to grow organic cotton. In this case, farmers do not rely on local sources of drinking or domestic water, but for the most part irrigate their crops with rainwater, which is then recycled in a wastewater treatment plant.
 

Is it important to protect yourself from dust mites?

We spend 8 hours a day (children up to 12) in our bed with dust mites, we provide them with food them as they feed on skin debris and we breathe their allergens from millimetres away. There can be up to two million mites in one mattress, and more in pillows and duvets. Dust mites and excrements (allergens) are the cause of allergies, asthma and respiratory diseases. The ideal conditions for their life are 22 to 26 °C, lack of light and humidity of 60 to 80%.

Mattresses, duvets and pillows are clearly the most abundant source of dust mites. Because of this, allergy sufferers or more sensitive people (adults, but especially children) cannot rest at night. This reflects on their mood, but also on their reduced attention during the day.

Maintenance

We recommend washing Nanocotton sheets without fabric softener at 40°C for longer durability in a chlorine- and phosphorus-free washing gel or powder (you can wash at 60°C if necessary). For example, the following products are also suitable for washing nanofiber materials. We do not recommend tumble drying, even at low temperatures.

How does nanofiber work? 

The nanofiber layer inside the Nanocotton® anti-dust mite bed sheet has holes between the individual fibers that are only 80 nm in size. The size of a dust mite is around 420,000 nm, its allergen is 1,000 nm in size, bacteria 100 - 10,000 nm, virus around 100 nm and scabies 300,000 nm. Thus, they have no chance to pass through the fabric. They cannot collect in the bed, multiply and cause allergic reactions and respiratory diseases. Both children and adults feel relief from allergies immediately after the first night, which results in a significant energy boost and improved attention span.

The effectiveness of the nanofiber layer has been tested in the following institutes:

  • Textile Testing Institute in Brno (penetration of microorganisms).
  • Technical University of Liberec (penetration of dust particles of 1micrometer size)
  • State Institute of Health in Prague (skin tolerance and possible allergic reactions)

Testing results:

  • Effective capture of microorganisms was verified 99.0%.
  • Effective capture of dust particles was verified 99.0%.
  • No negative reactions in contact with human skin have been demonstrated

What is the material made of?

  • It is a three-layer laminate (sandwich), which is composed of:
  • 100% cotton fabric
  • Nanofiber membrane 100% Polyamide 6
  • Fabric 100% polyester

Material certification

The used nanoSPACE fabric is certified by the OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100.

We recommend treating the ceiling in the bedroom, and possibly other rooms, with FN NANO® self-cleaning coating, which will eliminate allergens, bacteria and viruses from the air. An equally effective solution is a portable ozone generator, which effectively cleans the air of mould, allergens, viruses (including COVID-19), bacteria and odours... 

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Additional parameters

Category: Nanocotton® – Next Gen Bedding For Allergy Sufferers
Material: Organic Cotton
Mattress size: 60 x 120 cm, 70 x 140 cm
Mattress height: 10 cm
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I'm so glad I found this website! My son been struggling with dust mite allergies for years and we have tried every kind of anti-dust mite product out there, but nothing worked until I tried these. The nanotechnology in the fabric prevents the dust mites from gathering, so they can't cause me any more problems. They're also really soft and comfortable, so I don't even notice that they're protecting me from allergens.

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The Czech company nanoSPACE has been operating on the market since 2012 and focuses primarily on products where nanofiber textiles are used. In 2012, it became the first manufacturer to use a nanofibrous membrane in barrier covers for allergy sufferers. Since then, it has expanded its portfolio to include nano duvets and nano pillows, which are especially suitable for people with dust allergies.

In 2016, it was the first in the world to present functional bed linen that can fully replace barrier coatings. This product line, which bears the name Nanocotton®, was able to combine the functionality of the material with organic cotton and is suitable not only for allergy sufferers, but also for atopic patients.

During the coronavirus epidemic in 2020, nanoSPACE used its long-term knowledge in the field of nanofiber materials and started the production of anti-virus neck gaiters  and protective masks made of nanofiber. From 2021, it also produces designer washable nano masks.

In 2021, the nanoSPACE company founded the subsidiary nanoSPACE Technology, which is dedicated to development, research and innovation in the field of nanofiber textiles.