B&M has launched a cooling mattress protector for £10 for a double in just in time for summer.
The Downland Stay Cool Mattress Protector is available in B&M stores, with prices starting at £8 for a single, rising to £12 for a king-size.
The cooling mattress cover is available for single, double and king-size bedsCredit: BMstores
B&M is also selling a £6 cooling pillow cover to complete the set.
The bargain retailer said the mattress cover is made from a “super comfy” microfibre material, and wicks away moisture to keep you cool throughout the night.
It has been launched just in time for a spell of hot weather, with temperatures across the UK soaring this week, reaching 27 degrees in London.
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Argos also has a cooling mattress protector in stock, and the single size is on sale with a third off at just £6.66.
Doubles, king size and super-king are available at full price for £12, £14 and £16 respectively.
The store also offers home delivery, starting from £3.95 for small items.
Marks & Spencer is selling a similar product with a higher price tag of £25 to £39.50, depending on the size of your bed, with delivery starting at £3.50 – or free on orders over £50.
B&M doesn’t offer online shopping, so you will have to head to your local store to snap up the cooling mattress topper.
You can find your nearest B&M branch by using the firm’s online store locator.
Other shops have started launching their summer products as the weather heats up, such as Tesco’s range of inflatable sprinkler and garden toys.
Aldi is selling a bedding set with cooling technology to keep you cool over the warmer months.
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