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DO YOU WANT TO PREVENT ODORS FROM MATTRESS? DO YOU EXPERIENCE SPILLED A DRINK ON YOUR BED? DOES YOUR BABY PEE ON BED?
Moisture can accumulate at the underside of your mattress because high levels of humidity. 25% of the moisture your body emits during the night is absorbed by your mattress. Humidity in the environment, especially when is air circulation under the bed is poor, can increase moisture under the mattress.
Moisture under the mattress is an issue because it can lead to the development of mould beneath the bed. Mould can release allergens into the air and cause health issues. So can dust mites, which thrive in warm, humid environments and breed more rapidly if moisture is present.
Moisture is a hazard for your mattress and for your health. If you have moisture building up under your mattress, acting to correct the problem can help prevent health risks in your home.
WATERPROOF MATTRESS WASHABLE MATTRESS
WHAT IS A MATTRESS PROTECTOR?
A mattress protector sits directly on the surface of your mattress, but below your sheets. It’s similar to a fitted sheet in the way it covers the mattress. They are generally made from cotton, polyester, or other materials, and are designed to help repel liquid and prevent other sources of damage (dirt, dust, allergens, etc.). The most common use for a mattress protector is simply as a liquid resistant protector.
In the event you were to spill a drink, have an accident prone child or pet, the mattress protector will help to ensure your expensive mattress stays fresh, clean, and unsoiled.
A mattress protector accomplishes THREE things:
KEEPS THE MATTRESS CLEAN
Human bodies are pretty gross. We all perspire at night. We all produce oil from our skins. Some of us wear makeup. We all also shed dead skin cells. There are other activities that can produce a “wet spot” on the bed. All of this can soak through your sheets and into the mattress. Once a little gets into your mattress, it’s almost impossible to get it out of your mattress. A mattress protector prevents any of that from getting into the mattress and can be taken off and washed.
KEEPS THE MATTRESS FEELING IN “LIKE NEW” CONDITION FOR LONGER
Perspiration (or any moisture, like spilling a drink) will wear down the foams in the mattress, shortening the comfort life. It’s a similar effect to a kitchen sponge after too many uses. Even if only a little moisture gets through, after years of every night use that adds up. You will need to replace your mattress more quickly without the protector.
HELPS PREVENT DUST MILE ALLERGIES FROM ACTING UP
Dust mite allergies are very common and can lead to issues such as sneezing, runny nose, wheezing, and shortness of breath. Dust mites eat dead skin cells, and there will be dead skin cells in your mattress if you don’t use a protector.
“COLOUR WILL GIVE RANDOMLY”
SINGLE – 100 x 200
SUPER SINGLE – 120 x 200
QUEEN – 150 x 200
KING – 180 x 200
Single 100 x 200, Super Single 120 x 200, Queen 150 x 200, King 180 x 200
Questions and answers of the customers
- Answered by SeniorCare Hi! Thanks for your inquiry. Yes, It can prevent. Our mattress is waterproof. :) Thank you!