Design Weave USA partners with Greenfirst anti-bed bug formula

New York -- Design Weave USA, manufacturer of high-end solution-based bedding products, has signed an exclusive agreement with Breyner Inc. to produce and sell bedding products with “Greenfirst” all-natural anti-bed bug formula in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

The company said Greenfirst anti-bed bug treatment, which originated in France, is 100% natural, created with essential oil extracts like lemon, eucalyptus and lavender, and is Oeko Tex approved.

Design Weave has already previewed new sheet sets, pillowcases and blankets with the Greenfirst formula and plans to add several new products, including mattress encasements and pillow protectors, to the line in the coming months.

“We feel a certified organic bedding product with a completely natural anti-bed bug treatment is a winning combination and puts us a step above other organic products that competitors may have,” said Judy Vella, vp of product development and branding, Design Weave.

Design Weave also works with Outlast technology for the DreamAire bedding collection it launched last year. The program is made to solve temperature regulating issues faced by thermally-incompatible couples as well as anyone who just wants to sleep more comfortably through the night. New solid colors will also be introduced in the coming months.

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