No More Sweaty, Restless Nights
Getting comfy under your covers is the best way to sleep. BUT the summer heat makes it sweaty and uncomfy!
We designed the Cooling Blanket to create the cool, comfy sleep of your dreams. Instantly lower your body temp and sleep better all night!
Guaranteed Improved Sleep
- Difficulty Falling Asleep
- Sleep Sweats
- Tossing & Turning
- Waking Up in the Night
No matter which issue you have, a cooler environment is scientifically proven to improve sleep!
How Does it Work?
The DreamChill Blanket uses our IceFabric™ technology to absorb body heat, instantly cooling down your body temperature.
Combined with our light, breathable design, it provides a cooling effect that lasts all night long.
Frequently Asked Questions
What's it made out of?
The DreamChill Blanket is made out of a cotton and silk blend, infused with our IceFabric™ technology.
How big is it?
Our Cooling Blanket is 60 in x 80 in.
How do you wash it?
The DreamChill Blanket is machine-washable at low or no heat.
60 Day Money-Back Guarantee
Not satisfied? Simply contact us within 60 days of delivery and we'll organize a full refund!
Love it! Just now tested it on a spider I found in my bathroom. Caught and safely released outside! Also used it on a June bug a few days ago and it worked great then!
Yes, I know it is weird to feel bad about killing little non venomous spiders when they get in the house. No matter what, I always felt bad. That little dude didn't want anything other than some shelter and to draw out the final lifeblood of some other creature that I probably will never see. Who am I to judge? Everytime my flip flop would strike down the final wrath upon them, I felt my actions weren't warranted and my choices made me question who I really was as a person. I was making impulsive decisions based on fear and I felt shame creeping in. Did I still deserve my four slice toaster? Was the giant bag of doll hands I bought REALLY that great of a deal? I knew I needed a change in my life, AND THIS IS IT!The first time you use it, fight or flight will kick in hard. No matter what my neighbor says, it is perfectly rational to scream at the top of your lungs when you initially see a spider. Prepare yourself for this and head into the gentle battle. Be ready for dodgy sprints and moves from your opponent. Pull your trigger to open the jaws of life and gently bring the tool straight down over your new friend and release the trigger, closing the jaws. It may take you a few attempts to get this correct. Some spiders that are big enough will be trapped inside the brushes and won't move. Some smaller ones may crawl around the brushes, but they seem to understand your intent, and will stay on said brushes while you carry them to release outside. Yet again Brad, it is perfectly normal to scream while doing this.Once released outside, feel free to celebrate your new found compassionate warrior status.
So yesterday I found a freaking giant spider hiding in a crack in the wall of our bathroom. And OOOOOOHboy I do NOT like spiders. But I couldn't get him because he'd duck back into the crack as soon as I tried. Well, I decided to put down some powder that is supposed to kill spiders. I threw a good pile of it into the crack and I very clearly saw the bugger get absolutely coated. Perfect! It should kill him without me having to touch him. Right? I thought so.Throughout the day, I checked the crack and couldn't see any disturbance so I figured that was the end of it. I finished taking a shower before bed, was brushing my teeth and all that. When I back up from the sink cabinet. I don't know if it was some sort of "spider sense" that went off in some dark subconscious corner of my mind, but my eyes were drawn suddenly to the floor.Just inches away from my toes he sat. That ghostly fiend of a freaking spider! He was still coated in the white powder, so it made him stand out from the dark rug. With a squeal I leapt away, as he froze in place. I swear, that spider was staring me down. He was angry. Angry at ME. He wanted revenge for his inevitable demise that SHOULD have happened sooner!My hubs immediately ran into the bathroom, and the spider backed up as if he knew my reinforcements had arrived. Hubs grabbed some tissue to capture this hell-bent spider before it could get to me. And you KNOW WHAT THAT DEVIL DID?!HE MADE A MAD DASH AT ME AS SOON AS HUBS WENT TO GRAB HIM. I nearly leapt out of my skin and probably looked like a ballet dancer having a seizure as I sprung on top toe out of his reach. This was fight or flight, and my body decided to get the heck outta there. Hubs pinned the wee bastard with the tissue, pinching him up and with a slow and dramatic countdown, he crushed the spider. I swear, there was a grotesque popping sound that hubs insisted was his knuckles when he sealed the spider's fate, but that was the sound of something small and juicy exploding. I know it.Thus ended the revenge plot of the ghost spider of the bathroom wall crack. We gave him a proper send off... Down the porcelain throne on the whirlpool to the afterlife.Long story short, now with this bug catcher stick I can keep the wee bastards at a safe distance and foil their revenge plots before they even get the chance.
Due to the summer weather, my house is filled with spiders. I bought this to catch the spiders that crawl all over my house once every 2 days. Funny, I opened up the package and went upstairs and low and behold, a spider was ready for capture. The product works great! however, between the time from catching it upstairs to being able to get outside, the spider crawled from the end point through the fibers and into the areas with more gaps and eventually crawled out. I try not to kill the poor guys but since this one was about to get away, it was doomed. I'm a little skeptical whether this can hold a spider for a longer duration. spider was the size of a quarter. I will catch again and be conscious of making my way to the front door and see if it stays in the catcher.
I was so afraid of using this on our female golden silk orb weaver because of how massive she was compared to the diameter of the catcher fully open. So one day we had grass cutter came by but was deadly afraid of the spider so I acted all heroic but praying to the universe this catcher does not disappoint me in the hours of my extreme need. After my screaming and terrifying the the life outta the poor spider I managed to get her and transfer her to a tree across the house. Other than the catcher popping out from time to time (thank goodness it didn't while I was trying to get that huge spider) I think it's a good investment instead of wasting an entire can of bug spray or accidentally unleashing a hoard of baby spiders after squishing it's mother.