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HealthGuard fabrics to protect from asthma & allergies

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Oct '08
Studies show that 12% of the population suffers from asthma and another 40% from allergies; a leading Australian fabric supplier heeded the call of people and came up with a breakthrough in age care fabrics.

Warwick, with branches in New Zealand and United Kingdom, recently launched HealthGuard. This is a new generation of high performance fabric that is a long term protection against house mite, mould and bacteria.

Take your choice in the fabric for your furnishings, may it be cotton or velvet; HealthGuard is odor free and is specially developed to reduce dust mites that cause respiratory conditions such as asthma, allergies and eczema symptoms.

Not only does this new item from Warwick's promote healthy living, it also is extremely soft and comfortable that definitely provides luxury for the consumers.

These fabrics are manufactured by Warwick Fabrics, an Australian-owned company who has been in the fabric industry for several decades.

In the Sixties and Seventies they were into vinyl and velvet; in the Eighties and Nineties it was range development and international distribution for them. Today Warwick Fabrics is a household name in innovation, quality and service around the world.

As the only Australian owned company that received the Queen's Awards for export, Warwick continues to meet the challenges that are brought about by the competitive world by being the fabric supplier that develops different kinds of weaves, textured fabrics and prints with the local mills which in turn provide enormous benefits for the local industry.

The same emphasis on quality and enterprising endeavor that saw Warwick Fabrics thrive from such humble beginnings remains intrinsic within this dynamic family-run business that continues to look to the future with a focus on innovation and customer satisfaction.

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