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Harris' hypoallergenic pillows to reduce discomfort
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Apr '11
May is deemed “National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month” by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America for one simple reason: it is the peak time for asthma and allergy symptoms. If you are one of 40 million Americans with sleepless nights due to allergies, Harris Pillow Supply has two hypoallergenic pillows developed to reduce discomfort.

Harris' Gold Classic pillow comes in a 200-thread count, 100 percent cotton ticking, filled with a hollow, siliconized, polyester cluster fiber. It is non-allergenic, washable and, without exception, the finest pillow of this class. While other pillows in this classification use a continuous filament fiber which flattens out quickly or becomes lumpy when washed, Harris uses a much loftier cluster fiber to make this a soft, long-lasting pillow with an average lifetime of three to five years.

The other hypoallergenic pillow manufactured by Harris is the Heavenly Down (Synthetic) , their newest comfort for allergy sufferers. It has a one-of-a-kind blend of micro-dinier cluster and conjugated fiber. It is so close to the feel of down it truly is difficult to tell the difference. A “soft” pillow, the Heavenly Down is in a 230-thread count, 100 percent cotton, corded edge ticking, and is washable.

Each are manufactured in the USA for direct purchase by consumers online or sold directly to leading hotels and lodging facilities across the country to accommodate a growing demand of guests suffering from allergies. When making room reservations it is advised to ask whether the lodging facility has hypoallergenic pillows.

Harris Pillow Supply

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