How does AeroSleep work?

Thanks to a unique knitting process, AeroSleep is a mattress cover, which consists of 95% open space. You can compress the 3D structure between two fingers but not across a larger surface. This structure ensures that underneath the body there is a ventilation layer through which the air circulates freely. Nowhere does the body come into direct contact with the mattress. This reduces both particular possible risks of cot death and sweating during the night.

What is the difference between AeroSleep and an ordinary mattress protector?

A conventional mattress protector consists of an impermeable layer, which often causes a sweaty and therefore uncomfortable feeling. AeroSleep has created a layer of air on top of the impermeable layer. This layer of air ensures that the body does not come into contact with the impermeable absorption layer below. This means that you lie on air and not directly on the fabric. Because of this, skin irritations disappear like snow in the sun.

Moreover, during sleep surplus body heat is evacuated and fresh air is supplied from the ambient surroundings. In this way, body temperature can be kept under control and there will be no more perspiration. This way AeroSleep guarantees a well-ventilated sleeping climate without sweating.

Does AeroSleep fit any mattress?

AeroSleep Baby Mattress Elegance is available in all standard sizes: 120-60cm & 140-70cm. The AeroSleep products can easily be attached to the corners of the mattress with four elastic loops.

Can the AeroSleep system be used with an ordinary fitted sheet or only an AeroSleep fitted sheet?

AeroSleep products work best with the right AeroSleep fitted sheets.
The AeroSleepBaby Fitted Sheet is an elastic fitted sheet made from breathing fabric specially developed for the AeroSleep system. The scientific tests of our technology were also carried out in combination with our fitted sheets.  The AeroSleepBaby Fitted Sheet guarantees maximum air permeability. It ensures that there is as little obstruction as possible of air circulation between the baby and our AeroSleep mattress cover. It offers your baby unrestricted breathing, a lovely softness and healthy sleep comfort.
The AeroSleepBaby Fitted Sheet is certainly recommended for babies up to the age of two. After that age, you may also use an ordinary jersey sheet or molton fitted sheets.

Can AeroSleep be used in combination with sensor mats (Angel Care and similar)?

AeroSleep can be used with such sensor mats. They have tested this in various ways and there was no evidence of anything hampering the functioning of either product. The air permeability of AeroSleep remained optimal and the sensor mats recorded breathing movements without any impediment.

We also want to stress that AeroSleep helps preventively to reduce particular risks of cot death. It considerably reduces the chance of suffocation, rebreathing expired air (CO2) and overheating. Furthermore, AeroSleep also helps to prevent allergies, skin irritations and fungus or bacteria occurring in the mattress and it can be used on any large or small mattress.

Should I use an additional mattress protector together with AeroSleep?

It is absolutely unnecessary to use any other mattress protector if you have an AeroSleep Protect. This product combines all the necessary features of a mattress protector: it protects the mattress against dampness, dirt, dust, pollen and dust mites and, moreover, it can easily be washed at 60°C.

Does AeroSleep provide a solution for people who sweat a lot?

Yes. The AeroSleep mattress cover consists of 95% open space. Your body lies on a layer of air and is nowhere in direct contact with the mattress. The air can circulate freely through the 3D structure. Surplus body heat is released and fresh air supplied from the surrounding environment. This ensures that excessive perspiration can evaporate easily and that your body temperature is better controlled in winter and summer.

Are there babies or adults who do not tolerate AeroSleep?

To date, no cases have been recorded of people who do not tolerate AeroSleep.
AeroSleep is hypoallergenic, has anti-allergic action and ensures a sound and comfortable sleeping environment.

Is AeroSleep also suitable for bedwetters?

Yes. AeroSleep Protect is perfectly suited for children who wet the bed. Through the open 3D structure of the upper layer, the urine flows directly to the deeper, absorbent intermediate layer. Because of its air permeability, the upper layer very quickly becomes dry and comfortable again. The impenetrable protective film underneath the AeroSleep keeps the mattress spotlessly clean. After a 60°C run in the washing machine, the AeroSleep Protect is perfectly clean again.

How should I wash my AeroSleep?

Always fold the AeroSleep with the 3D structure on the outside and preferably put it in the washing machine on its own. A washing programme for white laundry at 60°C is sufficient to make sure it comes out as good as new.

Can I put my AeroSleep in the dryer?

No.

Can AeroSleep be used in combination with a hot water bottle?

An AeroSleep mattress protector can certainly be used in combination with a hot water bottle. 

My AeroSleep is discoloured on the inside. What is it?

These discolorations are fluff that has remained stuck in the stitching seams.

You should know, first of all, that this is not harmful to your baby. The fluff is fixed and the effectiveness of your AeroSleep is not affected in any way.

In order to prevent this fluff or to remove it, we advise as follows:

Always fold your AeroSleep with the honeycomb structure on the outside when washing at 60°C and put it in the washing machine like this. Preferably do not add any other laundry.

Vacuum the AeroSleep. This will release most of the fluff that will then be vacuumed up.