While summer starts getting closer day by day & playing tricks on making us wear heavy jackets one day and lightweight dresses the other day, we get confused about whether we need to switch on the cooling system or not. We start thinking of throwing our heavy quilt and duvets into the closest and go for lightweight and less warm blankets. Wool blanket suits best in such playful months of the year,
We are Ready to Explore the Benefits you are likely to get Sleeping Under the Wool Blanket or Throw
Wicks Away Moisture
Wool is a moisture-wicking material. It absorbs the moisture and releases it into the air, which means your body will stay hydrated but dry while you are covering yourself in it. Because the wool stays dry itself, which makes it very unlikely to let the microbes and germs sit in and grow. They absorb only 30% moisture of their total weight and never feel soggy even when washed. This is why they dry quickly and are ready to use soon after they are removed. This makes them a more excellent choice for early summer and autumn use keeping the user cool and comfortable.
As stated above, they do not absorb the moisture and let the microbes and bacterias breed. They also prevent mildew, mists, dust, unpleasantries, & mold sitting in their fibers, which makes them suitable for people suffering from skin allergies. Moreover, their chemical-free nature reduces user’s exposure to chemical allergens helping the people with asthmatic disorders sleep comfortably.
It is worthy of mentioning that some users report allergenic reactions to wool, which is actually not because of the yarn itself but its low-quality fibers, which cause itchiness and rashes. Sometimes they are treated with harsh chemicals to assure a neat and crease-free finishing, which also leads to skin & respiratory problems.
Bed bugs and dust thrive into bedding if it is not a good absorber because moisture provides the bacteria a place to grow. Wool blankets wick away the moisture, and even the liquids accidentally spilled on them, which keeps them neat & stain free. They are a perfect choice for camping and outdoor activities, especially if you are going to hilly areas or somewhere near a forest because they’ll stay clean & smell free no matter how many days you are out to humid places.
Easy To Maintain
Because wool is antibacterial, antimicrobial, and moisture-wicking, it is likely to care for itself and doesn’t need frequent washes or regular maintenance. Moreover, it is incredibly resilient fiber and requires gentle handling; numerous washes will damage its texture and may make it rough and unsmooth to touch as well. So don’t wash instead gently shake, air out, and brush clean them daily to retain their texture and keep them as fresh as new forever. However, if you really need to wash them, handle gently or take experts to advice.
Help in Sleeping Comfortably
Wool blankets are thermal regulating, which means they will keep the body warm in winter and cool it down when it’s summer, keeping the body at a moderate temperature throughout. This helps all kinds of users sleep comfortably by keeping them warm sleepers cold, cold sleepers warm, and regular sleepers at average temperatures preventing sleepless nights and sleep deprivation. It’ll also make the chances of many diseases such as high blood pressure, disturb blood glucose levels, obesity, and others caused due to sleep deprivation very unlikely.
Merino wool fibers are fire-resistant, which means it is sager to sleep under during night. Organic fibers lack poisonous chemicals that are prone to fire or flames. It doesn’t mean that these throws and blankets will never burn, but they keep you as safe as possible. Moreover, if they burn, they’ll turn into ash and will not stick or melt on your body. They will also retain their texture no matter if you cover yourself with them while sitting next to the fireplace.
So if you are thinking of switching your blankets and switch to some exceptional ones, wool throws & fluffy blankets are a great choice. Make sure you buy an organic one in order to reduce the chance of an allergic reaction.