The most commonly used natural and synthetic fillings for AMW Nawrot pillows and quilts.
For many generations soft, light and springy feather from the goose and duck feathers has been used as a filling for quilts and pillows. This material perfectly insulates and absorbs and wicks away moisture. Feather has a long service life.
Top-quality goose and duck down is a classic, natural filling of pillows and quilts. Downy products are characterized by fluffiness and elasticity. Down absorbs moisture and dissipates faster than other materials.
Cotton fibers are one of the most common natural materials used in the textile industry. They are used also as a very durable filling of quilts with high moisture absorption ability.
It is popular filling of pillows and quilts. Sheep's wool, passing air, provides good ventilation. It maintains a constant body temperature of the sleeping person. Sheep's wool properties are known in rehabilitation.
Camel hair is used in the production of quilts. This natural filling has unique thermostatic properties - in the winter it insulates against the cold, and in the summer against the heat. It also wicks away moisture
It is a natural wool, produced from the hair of alpacas, animals similar to llamas. Fibers of the alpaca hair are flexible, resilient, fluffy and light. They ensure air permeability, but also a constant body temperature during the sleep.
One of the most precious natural fillings of quilts. Wild silk is obtained from cocoons of Asian butterflies and moths. It perfectly wicks away moisture, ensures a constant body temperature and ventilation during sleep.
Due to the thin fibers, cashmere is considered the best wool. It is obtaining from cashmere goats hair. Quilt with this natural filling is known for its fluffiness and has thermal insulation properties.
Polyester fibers are a synthetic filling of quilts and occasionally also of pillows. These are non- allergenic fibers, heat- twisted, of high elasticity and excellent thermal insulation.
Amball® polyester balls is a synthetic filling of pillows, less frequently of quilts. They equal to down in terms of lightness, softness and elasticity. The balls prevent dust buildup and allergic reactions.
The name of this synthetic filling comes from its shape. It is made of small strips of PUR polyurethane foam. They look like chips. They are mainly used as a light and springy filling of pillows.
In the production of pillows and quilts we also use fillings licensed by recognized companies. Among the licensed we offer: Dacron®, Quallofil® Air Allebran®, Hollofil® Allerban®, Aerelle®, Tencel®, Outlast®, Thinsulate™