Textrip launches TT Mackintosh latex bed sheet to local market

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Textrip (Pvt) Ltd, one of the entities of the internationally renowned ELASTO Group yet again with its profound experience and unique technology has fabricated the safest latex bed sheet in the world.

The unique and effective treatments and methodology is unsurpassed to any known competitor product in the market.

TT Mackintosh was launched at the Walkrite Kirulpana Branch on July 13th.

TT Mackintosh is a bed spread to provide maximum comfort and relief to the user from any discomforts while protecting the mattress.

TT Mackintosh can be used as a protective hygienic cover for travellers and also in hospitality industry as a preventive action for skin infections.

TT Mackintosh is made out of 100 percent natural rubber (Latex), hence bio degradable and eco-friendly. It is powder-free and treated with Citronella to repel bugs, flies and mosquitoes with added cucumber essence for an aromatic soothing fragrance.

TT Mackintosh is available in two different colours brown and green and its cost-worthy and easy to handle and clean.

TT Mackintosh can be used in hospitals, at home and even in travelling and its available in all major pharmacies and dealers. It is backed by the certifications from Rubber Research Institute (RRI), and SGS.

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