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Night sweats mattress topper helps keep you cool during fevers, hot spells and menopause hot flushes
Boat berths and bunks suffer condensation BedAirer stops mattresses becoming wet
Stop caravan seat cushions getting damp and mouldy with BedAirer mattress underlay.
Motorhomes suffer condensation under the seat cushions, BedAire stops damp and mildew.
Condensation in caravans can cause the seat cushions to become wet, and smell of damp and mildew.
Fit a BedAirer mat for a dry mattress. Anti condensation underlay to prevent mould and mildew

BedAirer night sweats topper keeps you cool and dry

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BedAirer night sweats mattress topper is a simple, cheap, effective way to control condensation build up during hot flushes, fever and hot spells.

BedAirer™ dry mesh breather layer enables better sleep by reducing mattress humidity and heat build up.

Simply lay the mattress topper under your electric blanket or mattress protector and the 10mm air gap stops you laying in your own sweat.

BedAirer topper can be machine washed at 60 degrees for efective hygene.

This fabulous fabric is also used to prevent mould and mildew growth on the underside of your mattress or seat cushions. Simply fit a BedAirer anti condensation mat to keep your bedding ship shape in your caravan, house, boat or motorhome.

BedAirer™ mattress underlay controls condensation by creating a 10mm air-gap between the bed base and the bottom of the mattress or caravan seat cushions. Your movement causes the warm moist air to bellow sideways and out from under your bed.

Long enough for the longest berth

BedAirer comes pre-cut in 6 traditional bed widths all of which are 6'11" -  2.1m long, thus will fit the longest berth or bunk bed. Simply cut the end off to suit the length. You are sure to find a clever use for the off cut. I have a bit on my driving seat and it ventilates beautifully.

Motorhomes, yachts and caravans rarely have properly ventilated beds, or slats or any ventilation under the seat cushions which often double up as a mattress. Upholstered foam cushions normally sit directly on the cold plywood or fiberglass causing perspiration to condense making the bottom of squabs or mattress wet. Mould and mildew soon grows and your upholstery is ruined or at least smells musty and damp like an old mobile home.

Due to space and budget constraints, most new leisure vehicles still do not have adequate seat base ventilation. For example, my 2017 motorhome suffered terrible condensation build-up under the bed until I fitted BedAirer™ mattress underlay. You can see my comments in the product reviews. 

Coir matting was the traditional material used to prevent condensation build-up in upholstery. The modern materials used, and the scientific construction of Bed Airer, significantly outperform coir mats in all aspects. BedAirer™ breather mat does not absorb moisture, have a memory, is very light weight, and can be machine washed at 60 degrees.

Too hot can’t sleep? For a cool dry night simply add a layer of BedAirer under you mattress protector.

Simply scissor to size, fit and forget

Fitting BedAirer™ is literally a snip, even around the most awkward seat bases in motorhomes, caravans, campervans and canal boats. Simply scissor to size, fit and forget. Cut flaps where access to lockers is required. If possible make the flap 20mm wider all round to allow for any underlay movement. Make a paper template for complicated shapes and curves. In the unlikely event that none of the pre-cut widths cannot be cut down to suit your bed, contact us with exact measurements and we can cut the correct width.

When cutting, please wear eye protection as some small fibers are liable to spring out.

£3 delivery to majority of UK mainland via DPD. 

Need a sample before you buy?

Contact us on 01312 083333 or via our Contact Form so we can arrange for a free 10cm x 10cm sample to be dispatched.

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