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    Sesli Pandora Queen 1 Ply Mink Blanket

    R 649.00 R 539.00

    Aranda Seana Marena Blanket 155X165 cm

    R 1,099.00

    Aranda Mini Khotso 110X130 cm

    R 349.95 R 329.00

    Aranda Umbhalo Blanket 160X150 cm UM05Z

    R 529.00

    Sesli Mink Diamond 1Ply Blanket - Queen

    R 699.00 R 599.00

    Aranda Khotso Blanket 155X165 cm KH10Z

    R 539.95

    Aranda Tribal Black Stripe Xhosa 180x200 cm White/black

    R 399.00

    Aranda Top Check Blanket 150X160 cm TC17Z

    R 279.95 R 239.95

    Sesli Paris Mink Blanket Queen BLA148

    R 1,099.00 R 799.00

    Aranda Piccolo Blanket 110X130 cm PC16Z

    R 199.95 R 169.95

    Aranda Traditional Blanket Xhosa Abakwetha 190X220 cm

    R 449.00

    Amigo Mink Blanket Queen 1 Ply

    R 599.00

    Aranda Elegant Blanket 170X170 cm EL05Z

    R 399.00

    Aranda Kharetsa Blanket 155X165 cm

    R 1,199.00 R 1,099.00

    Aranda Matlama Bound Blanket 155X165 cm

    R 1,099.00

    Aranda Lusso Blanket 150X160 cm

    R 289.00

    Aranda Victoria England Blankets 155X165 cm

    R 1,199.00 R 1,099.00

    Sesli Cleopatra Faux Fur King Blanket 1 Ply

    R 1,699.00

    Hotel Collection Blanket Queen 1 Ply

    R 699.00 R 599.00

    Mooi Mooi 2 Ply Blanket Queen Black Box

    R 699.00

    Aranda Morena 155X165 cm MR10Z

    R 1,099.00

    Fox Blanket 1Ply Queen Bed

    R 699.00

    Polaris Blanket 1 ply plain Assorted Colours

    R 319.00

    Sesli Scotch Throw - 150 x 165cm

    R 399.00

    Aranda Prima 170X170 cm PR23Z

    R 219.95

    Mora ECC Blankets Casa Moderna Grey B10

    R 2,599.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Casa Moderna Smoke Grey B10

    R 2,599.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Casa Moderna Salmon B10

    R 2,599.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Casa Moderna Natural 799

    R 2,599.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Casa Moderna Duck Egg Glacier B10

    R 2,599.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Casa Moderna Brown B10

    R 2,599.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Casa Moderna Beige 799

    R 2,599.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Lujo Natural

    R 2,999.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Lujo Linen

    R 2,999.00 R 2,749.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Lujo Grey

    R 2,999.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Elegante Pink

    R 2,599.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Elegante Grey

    R 2,599.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Elegante Blue

    R 2,599.00

    Mora ECC Blankets Elegante Beige

    R 2,599.00

    Lilly Frill Blanket 170x170

    R 269.00 R 219.00

    Aranda Blanket 160x150 cm Posh PH05Z

    R 359.00

    Sesli Casablanket Mink Blanket 1 Ply Queen

    R 699.00

    Sesli Orchid Super Soft 1 Ply Blanket Mink King BK191

    R 999.00

    Super Soft Blanket Queen 2 Ply

    R 499.00

    Quality Blankets for Sale Online

    Shop our range of blankets for sale at MHC World. Buy online and receive free delivery over R3500 & within a 30km radius from our store.

    Apart from our chandeliers for sale, we also offer duvet covers, duvet inners and electric blankets.


    One kind of bedding that is used to stay warm and cosy is the blanket. They are constructed from a variety of materials, including synthetics, wool, cotton, and down. Blankets are a necessary item of bed coverings and are available in a variety of forms, styles, and sizes.


    What Is a Blanket

    A blanket is a piece of material that is thick enough to trap radiant body heat that would otherwise be lost through convection and big enough to envelop or enfold the majority of the user's body. Usually, wool, cotton, or synthetic fabrics are used to make blankets.


    How Does a Blanket Keep You Warm

    A blanket keeps you warm by trapping and preventing your body heat from escaping into the chilly air.

    Your body generates heat by burning calories, and it dissipates heat through radiation, convection, and evaporation. A blanket functions as an insulator, slowing heat loss by restricting air passage and reflecting part of it back to you. The more blanket layers you have, the more heat you can keep in.

    Some of the things that influence how warm a blanket can keep you, are as follows:

    ·        Fabrics with varied thermal characteristics might trap more or less air. Wool, fleece, and flannel, for example, are excellent insulators, whereas cotton and silk are less so.

    ·        Some blankets contain fillers such as plastic pellets or glass beads, which provide weight and pressure while also making you feel warm and cosy. These fillers, however, may not retain heat as well as genuine fibres such as down or feathers.

    ·        A blanket that covers your entire body and wraps snugly around you will keep you warmer than a loose or thin blanket that allows chilly air to enter.


    Electric blankets are a popular way to stay warm in the winter because they heat quickly and adjust to your preferred temperature. They do, however, have certain disadvantages, such as safety problems, high electricity costs, and potential health issues.


    The Development of Blankets Through the Ages

    Blankets have been used by humans for thousands of years, and their history is closely tied to the history of human civilisation.

    The earliest evidence of woven blankets comes from archaeological sites in Egypt, dating back to around 3,500 BCE. In many cultures throughout history, blankets have played an essential role in daily life.


    Why Blankets Is an Essential Part of Life

    Blankets are an essential part of life because they provide warmth and comfort, help regulate body temperature, promote better sleep, and reduce stress and anxiety.

    Anyone who wants to stay warm and comfortable may consider going to buy good quality blankets. Blankets are especially useful during the winter months when temperatures drop. They are also ideal for people who have trouble sleeping or suffer from anxiety.


    Benefits & Disadvantages of Blankets

    Blankets provide warmth and comfort, making them an essential part of life. They can help regulate body temperature, promote better sleep, and reduce stress and anxiety. Blankets can also be used for decorative purposes, adding colour and texture to a bed and room.

    Blankets can be bulky and difficult to store, especially if you have limited space. They can also be challenging to clean, depending on the material. Some blankets may require professional cleaning, which can be expensive.


    Different Types and Styles of Blankets

    There are many types and styles of blankets that can suit different needs and preferences:

    A comforter is a thick and fluffy blanket that is filled with synthetic or natural fibres, such as down, cotton, or polyester. It is usually used with a top sheet and can provide warmth and comfort in cold weather. However, some comforters may not be machine washable and can be expensive.

    A quilt is a blanket that is made of three layers: a front, a middle, and a back. The front and back layers are made of fabric, while the middle layer is the filling, which can be cotton, wool, or polyester. A quilt is distinguished by its stitching pattern and the small pieces of fabric that are used to create it. A quilt can be colourful and decorative, as well as warm and cosy.

    A fleece blanket is a soft and cosy blanket that is made of synthetic fibres, such as polyester. It is often used as a casual or outdoor blanket, as it is lightweight, durable, and easy to wash. A fleece blanket can also be warm and breathable, as it can trap air and wick away moisture.

    A wool blanket is a warm and natural blanket that is made of woollen fibres, such as sheep, alpaca, or cashmere. It is one of the oldest types of blankets and can provide insulation and comfort in cold weather. A wool blanket can also be fire-resistant, odour-resistant, and moisture-wicking. However, a wool blanket may be heavy, scratchy, or allergenic, and it may need special care and cleaning.

    A weighted blanket is a blanket that has extra weight added to it, such as plastic pellets or glass beads. It is often used for therapeutic purposes, as it can provide a sense of pressure and calmness to the user. A weighted blanket can help with anxiety, insomnia, stress, and sensory issues.


    What is the Lifespan of a Blanket and How Can You Extend It

    The lifespan of a blanket depends on the material and how well it is cared for. Wool blankets can last for many years if they are properly cared for. Cotton and synthetic blankets may not last as long but can still provide many years of use.

    To extend the lifespan of your blanket, follow the care instructions carefully and store it properly.


    How to Clean and Care for Your Blankets

    The best way to clean and care for your blanket depends on the material. Wool blankets should be hand-washed or machine-washed using a short, gentle, cold-water setting. Cotton blankets can be machine-washed and tumble-dried on low heat. Synthetic blankets can be machine-washed and tumble-dried on low heat.

    Always check the care label before washing your blanket.


    How to Choose a Blanket

    When going shopping to purchase blankets, consider the material, size, and style. Wool blankets are warm and durable, while cotton blankets are lightweight and breathable. Synthetic blankets are easy to care for and affordable.

    Choose a style that complements your decor and personal taste.

    Finally, choose blankets with which you get the best of the above at an affordable price.



    Best Brands of Blankets Available on MHC


    At MHC you will find all reputable brands of blankets, including Aranda, Sesli, Amigo, Polaris, Hotel Collection and more.

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