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Bedbug Solution provides protection against bedbugs
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Oct '10
The bedbug epidemic currently keeping Americans awake at night is the stuff of nightmares for hospitality managers. But hotel guests can sleep easy in rooms protected by The Bedbug Solution protective bedding from Bargoose Home Textiles.

The Bedbug Solution covers for box springs and mattresses feature Bargoose's patent-pending Zip-N-Stick zipper tape that locks bedbugs out. Housekeeping knows the seal is engaged when the tape is fastened securely over the zipper pull – an important visual safety check. Lab-certified for effectiveness and washability, the rust-proof Zip-N-Stick barrier protects a property's investment in expensive sleep furnishings while delivering peace of mind to its overnight guests.

The Bedbug Solution bedding for hospitality includes an impenetrable six-gauge vinyl cover for the box spring and a water vapor transmissive mattress cover fabricated from stretch polyester knit with urethane. The heavy-duty vinyl box spring cover is waterproof, fire retardant and treated with Ultra-Fresh antimicrobial. The pliable mattress cover features a hydrophilic membrane, which allows air to pass through for a cool and comfortable sleep, but blocks bedbugs, water and dust allergens.

"The Bedbug Solution bedding from Bargoose is engineered to meet the extreme demands of the hospitality industry. Bedbugs and dust allergens do not have to disrupt business. Our barrier bedding assures that any hospitality establishment can prevent and control a real or potential infestation," said Diane Rattner, President of Bargoose Home Textiles.

Located in Lynbrook, New York, Bargoose Home Textiles is the premier supplier of protective bedding products to the hospitality, healthcare and allergy relief markets.

Bargoose Home Textiles Inc

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