MiteGuard Lodge Pillow Cover

$49.00

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Size Guide - Pillow Cases

MiteGuard Pillow Cases

Size Length (mm) Width (mm)
Standard 720 480
Euro Plain 650 650
Lodge 550 900
Tri-Pillow V Shape V Shape

 

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If you use lodge pillows or lodge sized bolster cushions, we recommend using a MiteGuard lodge pillow cover as a key dust mite barrier bedding item.  Because of a pillow's proximity to the nose, mouth and eyes, a MiteGuard pillow cover will reduce your exposure to dust mite allergen particles as you sleep, allowing you to breathe more easily.    

For cushion users, the action of adjusting your position against the cushion or using it to bolster your head and shoulders, can release allergen particles into the air around you.  A MiteGuard lodge pillow protector will stop that from happening, allowing you to rest easy. 

The 3.5-micron natural cotton micro-weave fabric makes our covers effective, breathable, durable and comfortable to sleep on.  

The zip enclosure is guarded by a small closed section at each end, and protective flaps both under and on top of the zip to stop dust mites or allergen particles getting through. These features add to your safety and comfort as you sleep. 

 Our lodge pillow covers are designed to fit most lodge sized pillows and bolster cushions up to 900mm L x 550mm W.   For other sizes see our full range of pillows, cushions and covers or our size chart.

 

Features:

  • 3.5 micron barrier cotton fabric 
  • Quality zips with protective flaps 
  • 5 year guarantee
  • Made by Kiwis 
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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Reduce allergy symptoms with MiteGuard Dust Mite Protection

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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