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HOSPITOLOGY PRODUCTS Sleep Defense System - Waterproof/Bed Bug/Dust Mites - PREMIUM Zippered Mattress Encasement & Hypoallergenic Protector - 78-Inch by 80-Inch, King - Standard 12"
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- 100% Waterproof Barrier on all 6 sides of mattress; Independently lab-tested to be 100% Bed Bug Proof
- Zippered mattress cover stretches to fit any mattress depth from 12" to 18"
- Extra-soft 100% Polyester Knit fabric is cool and comfortable; Breathable waterproof membrane won't trap heat while you sleep
- Help ease Asthma and other Respiratory conditions by blocking allergens as you sleep
- 5-year Limited Manufacturers Warranty
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Your mattress is an expensive investment-why not protect it? Shield your mattress from spills, bed-wetting, bed bugs, dust mites and allergens.
The Sleep Defense System by Hospitology Products brings Hotel and Healthcare caliber bedding protection to your home. Featuring extra-tough seam construction, high thread-count polyester knit fabric and a full 1ml thick polyurethane waterproof layer. Ultra-plush knit fabric is soft to the touch. Fully breathable-does not trap heat and is cool to sleep on.
Bed bugs are infesting homes and apartments at an alarming rate and mattress encasements are an effective defense. Help ease asthma and other respiratory symptoms by preventing allergens, dust mites and bacteria from reaching the sleeper. This encasement will accommodate a mattress height of 12"-18". It is fully zippered on 3 sides and features Allergy Blocker to prevent allergens from exiting through the zipper. Bug Flap and Zipper Lock ensure that your mattress encasement remains bed bug proof for the life of your mattress.
Please note: This Protector is meant to handle only small amounts of liquid that are addressed immediately. Larger amounts of liquid, and liquid that is allowed to sit for more than a few hours may eventually seep through Protector in the form of liquid vapor. Liquids with Strong Odors may transfer odor to your mattress.
Size: King (78"x80"). Fits Mattresses 12”-18” Deep.
Spot Clean or Machine wash, Tumble Dry Low or No Heat. Please follow all included care instructions to maintain your mattress encasement’s warranty.
Contains no Vinyl, PVC, or Phthalates, or Fire Retardant Coatings of any kind.
Includes a 5-year limited manufacturer’s warranty.
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My advice if you are dealing with bed bugs: use at least 2 methods CONSISTENTLY for about 2 months to get rid of them. I thought just using 2 different brands of sprays/foggers would work...it certainly did not. They came back after every week.
My suggestion is to buy both the spray (the ones that worked for me were either the RAID bed bug or the ORTHO bed bug, they both contain similar ingredients) and also buy the encasements.
WHAT TO DO:
If you can, get the mattress/box spring outdoors in the sun, spray all over with one of the sprays (might need 2 cans) make sure you follow the instructions on the bottles. Leave in the sun (bed bugs can't stand HEAT) or if you can't do that, get the mattress/box spring off the bed frame and spray them. Spray the frame, headboard, floor board, any furniture in the infected room. Leave to air out for hours or if you can for the day. Wash all bedding and probably your clothes/closet and make sure the setting is at HIGH heat for both washing/drying.
At the end of the day/hours, bring in the mattress/box spring and cover with the encasements, make sure its SEALED well. Put on fresh linen/bedding and enjoy a peaceful/less stressful nights sleep
Repeat for every week or every other week for about 2 months, if you can. No need to take the mattress out of the encasement or take them outside. But do try and spray bed frame and furniture and let the room air out every week or so. You will sleep so much better without the anxiety of a bed bug bite, I wouldn't wish them even on my worst enemy.
The reason why sprays only work temporarily is because bed bugs lay eggs (that we don't see because they hide them so well) that hatch every 2 weeks. So the sprays DO actually kill them (the adults) but the eggs stay hidden. That is why no matter how much you spray or how many cans you use, they tend to come back.
And that is why the encasements work so well. They trap the eggs in/around the mattress/box spring. When they hatch and want to come out for a feeding, they can't because they can't leave the encasement. It is the only way I got rid of mine after weeks of spraying and yet waking up to bed bug bites.
I have had my encasements for over a month and not a single bite since then. I plan on making it a habit whenever I have a new bed/move to buy encasements.
Also, when you put them on, it may seem like they might be NOISY but they really are not.
If you are experiencing the hell that is a bed bug infestation, I URGE you to invest in these, they are so WORTH it. I would happily pay more for a peaceful nights sleep but since these have worked, I don't need to.
(this review nor the products/brands I mentioned are in any way/shape/form sponsored. I suffered dealing with bed bugs and want to help/advice/share my story so you can get rid of them quicker/more effectively than I did.
This encasement advised it was intended for thinner mattresses. Other than standard size and sofa bed size, I am not familiar with a mid range unless we are talking toddler bed which is a completely different size. This encasement was a bit large on my double size sofa bed mattress, but this didn't bother me much other than a little tucking.
The zipper is good quality and there is a strap to cover the zipper thus enclosing it completely. The material also seems of a good quality. Nice texture to the touch and strong.
The only reason I am not giving it 5 stars is that the item I received had mold growing on it. I had to wash it twice to get the mold out. This could have been a fluke with moisture in the plastic bag, but it proved that the fabric could attract mold if left in a dark humid place.
I did want to say a few things about bed bugs since I have experience in this area. They are a nuisance and thus why they are pests, but don't be alarmed as they do not transmit disease. They do bite and are attracted to blood. They prefer humid dark places to live and breed. They only become active when there is no movement around them and generally shy away from light.
If you want to inspect your bed of bed bugs, check all edges of your mattress, flipping the seams. Flip your mattress and check the other side's seam. Check box springs and any openings in the fabric. Finally check carpet edges near bed. If you find small brown spots, this may be a sign they are nearby. Finding a single bed bug is enough to take action.
There are two ways to treat/exterminate. Chemical and heat treat. I would highly recommend calling a professional exterminating company. I would NEVER recommend using an encasement like this to trap them and go about your life. Bed bugs will not easily die from being in this encasement. This could just cause them to breed even more and the moment you get a tear in the encasement, you will have a large infestation. Do yourself a favor and treat it. Bed bugs like living in and around fabrics, so you may need to have your cloth and anything else that is fabric treated. No, you don't need to throw away your mattress, there are solutions to bed bugs. Yes, this encasement can help prevent future incidents.
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