BedBug Solution™ Deep Hybrid Zippered Mattress Encasing - Stretches To Fit 12"- 16" Mattresses
Protect your mattress from fluid spills like sweat and urine with our BedBug Solution Hybrid Zippered Encasing. Just one unprotected fluid accident can ruin a mattress.
The BedBug Solution™ Hybrid protectors safeguard your mattress against fluids and stains offering peace of mind and a more sterile sleeping environment for you and your family.
Bedbug Solution™ Hybrid Zippered Mattress Encasing
The BedBug Solution™ Hybrid Zippered Mattress Encasing, stretches to fit mattresses 12 -16 inches deep. Made with breathable urethane laminated polyester knit fabric on top and sides with polyester knit fabric on the bottom. Self-locking rust-proof zippers, and patented BugStop Seal provide certified and tested bed bug bite proof and escape-proof mattress encasements.
Our encasements breathable urethane membrane provides waterproof protection on the top 1/2 of the sides of the mattress, protecting from perspiration stains or from other bodily fluids, incontinence and even accidental spills, blocking off stains, liquids, and other bacteria from reaching the bed mattress.
Certified Bed Bug Proof
The BedBug Solution™ Hybrid Zippered Mattress Encasing features the patented BugStop Seal™, an impenetrable rust-proof zipper enclosure that effectively keeps bedbugs, dust mites and other allergens from infesting your mattress or box spring.
The BugStop Seal™ includes a piece of sewn, washable tape, that keeps the zipper locked in place, ensuring that your mattress is well-encased and protected.
Bed Bugs can't get in or out.
Dust Mite Proof I Hypoallergenic
Dust mites are microscopic and invisible to the naked eye, yet a constant problem for millions of Americans who suffer daily from their allergy and asthma triggers.
The BedBug Solution™ Hybrid Zippered protector prevents dust mites from passing through the surface of the protector where they would normally multiply, feeding on dried skin we've lost as we sleep.
By reducing dust mite exposure to the mattress, the sleeper can better control their sleep environment, resulting in reduced allergy triggers and an overall improvement to bedroom air. These covers are machine washable and dryable (medium) to remove dust mites and other allergens on the cover.
The BedBug Solution™ Hybrid Zippered Mattress Encasing can be found in leading hotels and resorts across the globe. Ther industrial strength will let you sleep at ease at home or on the road.
Designed to stop bed bugs as well as allergens from dust mites.
- Polyester knit with laminated polyurethane barrier on top and top half of sides
- 100% Waterproof barrier on top and halfway down from the top on sides
- Breathable, cool, and comfortable waterproof barrier
- Heavy gauge nylon zippers with coated rust-proof metal zipper pull and patented BugStop Seal closure
- Stretch-to-fit 12-16 Inch deep mattresses
- Easy to put on and care for. Machine Washable.
Easy Care Instructions: Machine wash covers in water up to 140°. Do not use any chlorine bleach. Machine dry on medium setting.
Special Note: Cover must be completely dry before putting on mattress or pillows.
Commonly asked questions about mattress covers.
#1. Do I need to wash bed bug covers before using it?
No. You can but is not necessary. We do not treat any of our fabrics with any chemicals or antimicrobial coatings. Please note that we do not accept the return of washed bedding unless is defective.
#2. Do I need to clean my mattress before putting on the cover?
No. You can vacuum the mattress, but it is not necessary. If you choose to spray the mattress with a bed bug spray (not recommended) or steam clean make sure the mattress is completely dry before you put on your new cover.
#3. How often do I need to wash bed bug covers?
We recommend that you wash the mattress cover once or twice a year. Pillow covers may be washed a bit more often (we wash ours about every 4-6 weeks).
#4. Does the cover need to fit tightly on the mattress?
No. Is best if the cover fits loosely. If the cover fits snugly the mattress may feel stiff and the seams and zippers will be stressed.
#5 I have a mattress pad. Is it better to put the pad on top of the cover or put the pad on the mattress and cover them both?
In most cases we recommend you cover both the pad and the mattress with the bed bug cover. This way you don’t have to remember to wash the mattress pad.
How do you put a mattress cover on?
- Remove the blankets and sheets.
- Slide the mattress down towards the foot of the bed and standard up, if you have a footboard slide it to the side and stand it up.
- Position cover on the top side of the mattress and work it about halfway down the mattress.
- Lay the mattress back down and finish pulling the cover up and zip closed.
- Put on a clean set of sheets and enjoy a great night's rest.