Why you should choose an alpaca quilt or doona
Why are alpaca fleece quilts so good?
There are several parts to answer this question -
In bed quilts and doonas, alpaca fleece is an ideal filling material -
- It is a natural bio degradable fibre which is environmentally friendly
- Moisture absorbent - Alpaca fleece can absorb up to 30% of its own weight, to keep your dry and warm and cool in summer
- High tensile strength - durability and long life
- Lanolin free, and therefore not requiring chemical scouring to clean the fibre
- Non allergenic - chemical free with little odour
- Naturally flame retardant
Features & Benefits of Alpaca fleece quilts and duvets
- Outstanding thermal performance - alpaca fibres are semi hollow which traps warm air to keep you warm
- Excellent warmth to weight ratio - you don't need a heavy quilt to be comfortably warm
- Luxuriously soft and with a beautiful handle and feel
- Very good moisture absorbency to promote your sleeping comfort
In recent years, we have seen several companies try and emulate our alpaca quilt collections. This was inevitable given that Kelly & Windsor's Alpaca Bedding Collections successfully established the Alpaca quilt market in Australia and overseas. With over many years of experience, Kelly & Windsor is clearly regarded as the leading brand of Alpaca quilts in the market.
Common question: What is the difference between a Kelly & Windsor Alpaca quilt and another Alpaca quilt brand?An easy question to answer, it's all to do with design, quality and style -
- Fleece quality - we only use the highest premium grade of Australian white alpaca fleece
- Fleece processing - our unique processing technologies ensures that the Alpaca fleece is properly processed for top quality
- Cover fabrics - exclusive and superfine export quality
- Quilt trims - unique and luxurious
- Quilting design - UltraSoft and innovation in seamless quilting styles, patent pending
- Packaging - innovative and exclusive
- Australian Made and with a quality guarantee
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