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When you use an Allersac, you are putting a breathable, natural barrier between you and the bed & pillow.

Are you sensitive to bleaches, detergents or surfactants? Allersac provides the protection you need against harsh chemicals that can be used to wash hotel bedding. Allersac was designed for the executive traveller, families and anyone who travels.

Allergens exist all around us. Allergens such as dust mites, animal dander and pollen exist all around us. Allersac provides the best combination of protection, comfort, breathability, durability and ease of use at a very attractive price.

Providing the best possible barrier coverage. Whether you know it or not, bedbugs have become epidemic in some of our cities. Allersac is “zippered” rather than buttoned, snapped or hooked & looped, providing the best possible barrier coverage with the fewest voids or open spaces for bedbugs to enter.

Why cotton and not bamboo, silk or polycotton? Allersac differs from other “travel sheets” because it is easily maintained. Allersac should be washed in hot water (up to 60C / 140F) and dryed on high in any household dryer, which is the only reliable way to inactivate and destroy allergens and bedbugs. Bamboo will degrade quickly, silk will typically add 8-10 degrees of warmth, which isn’t desirable in a stuffy hotel room, and will also be destroyed by our wash cycle. Allersac will add only a few degrees of warmth. Some people are sensitive to polyester so we use only 100% cotton. Allersac is available in white only so you can identify any dirt or bedbugs.

Allersac will pay for itself the first time you use it. Whether saving money by choosing the less expensive hotel, (after all, cleanliness is not dependent on the price of your hotel room) or saving your peace of mind. Allersac can be used over and over again, it's robust construction will give years of protection and peace of mind.

Designed for cleanliness and easy transport. Allersac comes with a zippered carry bag which will help to prevent cross contamination.

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