AirDry moisture protection cover
- Did you know,
... that Molton covers are air-tight and so prevent ventilation of the mattress. In the first few months of your baby's life in particular, this allows your baby to breathe freely even with their mouth and nose on the baby mattress.
We have therefore developed a moisture protection cover that is:
- 100% air-permeable in the foot and head area
- but it provides 100% moisture protection in the central section
3D air-cushion layer made of 100 % polyester (all over)
100% cotton Molton with interior polyurethane membrane (in the central section)
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Washing and care instructions
Cotton is one of the most well-known and most widely-used natural materials. Cotton is breathable and highly durable. Therefore it is particularly suitable for use in a baby bed.
3D air-cushion layer
Due to their numerous individual polyester threads, 3D air-cushion layers are incomparably breathable and extremely point-by-point elastic. This allows your baby to breathe more freely, without sweating.
The membrane is water-repellent – but is not air-permeable.
Do I require an additional cover to the wetness protection integrated into the cover?
For mattresses with Träumeland "sleep safety" or "sleep fresh" covers, no additional cover is required for wetness protection, as long as your baby is wearing a nappy. These covers have the wetness protection function integrated into the mattress cover. Additional wetness protection covers stop not only the moisture, but also the ventilation and should therefore not be used.
From when can I use an air-tight wetness protection cover?
We recommend that you do not use a watertight or air-tight wetness protection cover until after your child has finished wearing nappies. During the initial two years of life, you should certainly never use air-tight materials in a baby bed. A mattress core will sufficiently protected with the Träumeland "sleep safety" and "sleep fresh" mattress covers at this age of the child.