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CleanBrands applies allergy relief technology to home fashion
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CleanBrands LLC has launched a line of window treatments under its CleanRest brand with retailer Bed Bath & Beyond. The CleanRest allergen barrier window treatments are available nationwide in two unique fabric constructions; a formal faux silk and a more casual plain weave, both come in a wide variety of sizes and colors with a suggested retail price.

This product line represents the expanded application of the company's patented MicronOne allergen barrier textile technology to home fashions. Aimed at controlling the natural build up of household allergens, CleanRest curtain panels resist dust mite infestation and are easily cleansed using any standard home washer and drier.

CleanBrands Founder and CEO Gary Goldberg had this to say at a recent industry gathering, "Until now, consumers were limited to wood or vinyl blinds if allergy avoidance was a critical preference, now we have introduced a fashionable textile solution that is infestation resistant and highly cleansable. Simply throw our curtain panel in any home laundry machine, tumble dry and hang it back up, it's really no different than washing your sheets."

CleanBrands LLC


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