Best mates make more than a million by selling infrared sauna blankets during coronavirus lockdown [Video]

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Two best friends who live in different states made more than a million dollars selling infrared sauna blankets during coronavirus lockdown.

Melbourne-based Ed Hodge, 26, and Brisbane-based Wyatt Westmoreland, 23, launched E-commerce business MiHIGH in May after a successful test run in April. 

In just four months, the young businessmen reached one million dollars in revenue – despite not being able to see each other due to border closures brought on by a deadly second wave of COVID-19 infections in Melbourne.

'The only downside to the success is we have we haven't been able to share it together,' Mr Westmoreland told Daily Mail Australia.

The blankets – which can burn up to 600 calories in 45 minutes – allow users to enjoy the benefits of an infrared sauna in the comfort of their own home. 

The best mates, who have backgrounds in E-commerce and marketing, always knew they wanted to run a …

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