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Guarding Your Sleep: Stellini's Mattress fabrics Against Bed Bug Infestations


The recent bed bug invasion making headlines in France underscores the significant role a quality mattress plays in safeguarding our sleep safety and well-being.

Bed bugs are small, reddish-brown insects that feed exclusively on the blood of humans and other warm-blooded animals. These nocturnal pests are adept at hiding in cracks, crevices, and bedding during the day, making them elusive and challenging to detect. Measuring about 4-5 millimeters in length, bed bugs are not easily spotted with the naked eye. Their flattened, oval-shaped bodies allow them to squeeze into tiny spaces, making them incredibly proficient at infesting living spaces.

One of the most challenging aspects of dealing with bed bugs is their resilience. They can survive for several months without a blood meal, making them difficult to eradicate. Additionally, their ability to rapidly reproduce means that even a small infestation can quickly escalate into a major problem.
Effective bed bug control requires a comprehensive approach, including thorough cleaning, targeted treatments, and, in severe cases, the assistance of professional pest control services.

But, how to prevent bedbugs? When choosing a new mattress, a good prevention for the formation of these small insects is purchasing a mattress with an inherent anti-bed bug treatment.

At Stellini, we value the essence of restful sleep and are committed to ensuring that the sleep experience remains undisturbed by bed bugs.
Our mattress fabrics come with purposeful treatments designed to eliminate those pesky intruders while providing a safe and comfortable environment.

Any fabric we produce can be treated with Anti Bed bug treatment:
this is a hypoallergic and biodegradable solution made of the active substance of geraniol, a primary component of plant oils. This component has insecticidal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
The treatment applied to the fabric is a natural deterrent: These barriers create an inhospitable environment, making it harder for bed bugs to settle.

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