Imperial Wool Mattress Pad
Overview & Details
- Plush 1¼" thick 100% American wool acts as a natural thermostat.
- It wicks moisture away from your body on hot nights while acting as a natural insulator on cold nights.
- Wool is hypoallergenic and repels allergens and dust mites.
- The natural solution to a perfect night's sleep.
- Wide elastic straps stretch to firmly grip any mattress.
- Machine wash/dry.
- Top made of 1 1/4" Thick American Virgin Merino Wool.
- Back: 100% polyester.
- Please note that virgin wool has never been processed: this means it's supremely soft, but is not moth-proof.
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Q:It is turning into a mess when dried in the dryer, with fluff everywhere. Is this normal?Asked on 3/20/2017 by michelle from edina, mn
Q:Does this flatten out with use?Asked on 3/14/2017 by anndy from ohio
Q:I am concerned about moths finding this topper, but I really prefer using a more natural product to sleep on. Any recommendations for keeping moths away?Asked on 3/12/2017 by AMK from New York
Q:Do you sleep directly on this or cover with a sheet? Just wanted to make sure I understand how to use correctly. Thank youAsked on 2/1/2017 by MissyB
Q:My memory foam mattress is hot and I'm looking for something natural to make it sleep cooler even in winter. I see comments that this wool topper does that well but would like your have your comments as well.Asked on 1/20/2017 by Joan from United States
Q:I recently bought (and am returning) a mattress pad similar to this one from another company. I washed and dried it according to their directions and it, first and foremost, now smells even worse than it did when I took it out of the package (and that was pretty bad), and, after being washed, the lambs wool all clumped together. I am considering buying this one, but I want to make sure the washing issues will not be the same as this other one...which I currently have locked in the bathroom so the odor doesn't fill the rest of the house (it's really THAT bad).Asked on 1/11/2017 by Twin Mom from Tampa Bay, FL
Q:Just bought a very nice, but very firm memory foam mattress. I'm trying to find a mattress topper to soften it up a bit. I'm trying to decide between this wool topper or a baffled down alternative type topper. Which would add a more luxurious/soft "cloud-like" feeling?Asked on 1/9/2017 by SM from Austin, TX
A:Hello John - Wool mattress pads are great for relieving pressure points and would certainly add some softness to your mattress. However, the baffled down alternative type toppers would give you more of a cloud-like feeling. There are benefits to both styles and either one would add softness and luxury to your mattress.
Q:We just bought a firm inner spring type mattress. It has individual vertical pocketed coils inside with maybe an inch or so of foam topper built into it and a quilted top. I find the mattress to be uncomfortable with annoying pressure points that cause me to toss and turn. Will this wool topper covered by a fitted thin quilted cotton pad and a fitted sheet even out the lumpiness I am feeling from the mattress? I was going to go with a memory foam topper, but with all of the mixed reviews I am leaning towards this natural alternative. I also understand that this wool pad is free from toxic chemicals and odor. Your thoughts?Asked on 1/3/2017 by John
A:Hello John - Wool mattress pads are great for relieving pressure points. I think it would be a very good choice for your situation. You may not need another pad so I would try it with and without the quilted cotton pad to see which you prefer.
Q:Can this wool topper be used on top of a feather bed? Or should it be placed under a feather bed topper?Asked on 12/8/2016 by CW from Seattle, WA
A:Hello - Yes, you could use it either way but I think the comfort level would be best if you use the wool on top of the featherbed. I don't think you would get any of the benefits of the wool if you put it under the featherbed. I used a down mattress pad on top of a feather bed for years. It was wonderful!
Q:Does this mattress pad contain toxic flame retardant chemicals?Asked on 10/28/2016 by Rob from Harrison