What could be better for baby's sensitive skin? Blissfully soft and. High quality knitted viscose from Bamboo fibre blend with some cotton and a little bit of polyester to give the sheets a little extra strength. Hypoallergenic. Because the fabric is a machine knitted cloth it will contract and stretch to fit all mattress sizes including a cot bed mattress. There are generous box corners which help the fitting even further. They are made from a bacteriostatic fabric with a special blend of fibres including Viscose from Bamboo, tested by the University of Central Lancashire on MRSA, C Difficile and E Coli. Candida Albicans is not effected by the fabric Made by us in the UK.
Prices are: Standard size Bamboo fitted cot sheet at £10.50; Larger size Bamboo fitted cot sheet at £13.50.
Bamboo is the naturally organically grown alternative to cotton. made from 70% bamboo viscose / 30% cotton
cot sheets have a special place in a household, they have to meet the expectations of caring parents so we exceed those expectations by ensuring quality and comfort . Made here in Lancashire we reall feel proud that you put your trust in our knitting and sewing expertise
UCLAN School of Pharmacy tests :The results from this study suggest that our pyjama fabric will prevent the growth of Streptococcus G. and a significant retardation of growth of E. coli . School of Parmacy UCLAN test results :2009 Study : Overall the results would suggest that 30% Cotton + 70% bamboo that had been washed 50 times appear to be able to reduce the growth of MRSA. Similar to MRSA, it can be seen that Bamboo, when combined with either Polyester or Cotton, had an inhibitory effect on the growth of C.difficile.
*We have had our fabrics which our products are made from tested by the University of Central Lancashire School of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences in their laboratories, but because according to Trading Standards Dept Camden Council say had "carrying out studies in a laboratory setting where everything is staged is not a close enough replication to the real world for you to make the claims" we have had to remove the word anti-bacterial from our website