As I mentioned here, fall in the Florida panhandle is very similar to summer in the Florida panhandle. And summer in the Airstream was, well, as hot as the surface of the sun. It was so hot in fact that Mack wasn’t sleeping well despite the main A/C pumping at full blast, our portable LG A/C set at 67 degrees, and our Dyson fan pointing directly on us. Even with all of those systems running, Mack had no relief from the 90-degree heat and 100% humidity that seemed to just sit on the Airstream from June through August. We would even wake up to a puddle on the floor under on main A/C from the condensation created each night. It was THAT bad.
A Non-Sponsored Review: Buffy Comforter
Enter Buffy. I always joke that Mack’s love language is Instagram ads and in this case, it was the perfect match. With a promise to keep you cool through the night, I was skeptical of the eucalyptus-based Breeze comforter when Mack first told me he ordered one. But I also knew it was worth a try because I didn’t want him to wake up sweating anymore (because is there anything worse?). So, we tried it. And we’re obsessed. The first few nights we used it, I actually got cold and had to get up to put socks on and use an extra blanket. The best part? Mack slept like a baby and we were sold. I really don’t know how, but it actually works and enabled us, well, Mack really, to survive August in Florida… and September… and October 😊. It’s still so hot in our neck of the woods.
Now come winter, we will be back to our normal comforter because for as hot as it gets in the summer, it gets just as cold in the winter. But until then, we are so thankful to have found a solution to Mack’s sweaty sleep situation.
Are you a hot sleeper? I never have been, but Mack swears by Buffy (& if he says so, you know it’s worth it).