MiteGuard Flat Travel Sheet


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Size Guide - Travel Range

MiteGuard Travel Range

Size Length (mm)  Width (mm) Depth (mm)
Single - Fitted Sheet 1900 920 320
Single - Flat Sheet 2500 1550
Double - Fitted Sheet 1900 1380 320
Double - Flat Sheet 2650 2200
Queen - Fitted Sheet 2030 1525 320
Queen - Flat Sheet 2650 2400
King (NZ) - Fitted Sheet 2030 1680 320
King (NZ) - Flat Sheet 2650 2600

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Travelling and overnight stays create a number of issues for allergy sufferers. Now there’s a range of MiteGuard barrier bedding item that can give you allergy relief while you’re away from home. Great for visiting relatives!

This flat sheet gives you a temporary dust mite solution when you are travelling away from home. 

  • It can be used to cover the mattress by tucking the sides and ends securely underneath the mattress, then putting your normal sheet on top. 
  • A flat travel sheet could also be used in between your top sheet and the duvet, to give you a layer of protection from the duvet. For this use, the top of the sheet gets folded over the section of the duvet closest to your face. 

Where possible, pop your normal linen sheet over the top and use with a MiteGuard pillow cover for best results.   Our customers have told us they use these covers when travelling, or when kids are out for overnight stays.

Note: Larger size flat sheets (Double-King) have a flat seam along one side of the width. This will be covered by your normal linen. 


  • MiteGuard 3.5 micron natural cotton micro-weave fabric
  • 5 year guarantee
  • Made in New Zealand
Product Care

Product Care

Wash your MiteGuard® Covers in hot water (60°C) every 3 months. We recommend doing a hot wash every time the seasons change.  

In the meantime, you can vacuum your covers, or wipe them with a damp cloth between washes to keep allergen levels down.

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Is it a dust mite allergy?

Frequent sneezing, a runny or stuffy nose and itchy eyes at bedtime are common symptoms of a Dust Mite allergy. You might also cough, have a wheeze or develop eczema.

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Need a custom fit?

Need a custom fit?

If the standard sizes available here are not quite the right fit for your requirements, contact us about a made-to-measure solution.

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