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As the allergy sufferer, I'm happy with my purchase. The pillow protector not only zippers up but also has a Velcro seal. My husband, who is not an allergy sufferer, did not like his pillow in the protector. He's a stomach sleeper who likes to ball up his pillow. The protector is kind of noisy and doesn't allow the pillow to puff up comfortably for his taste....
All-In-One Protection with Bed Bug Blocker Cotton Rich Pillow Protector (Set of 2)
Protect your family from all sorts of household pests including bed bugs and dust mites with a set of these hypoallergenic pillow covers. These cotton and polyester fabric pillows come highly recommended by doctors, entomologists and allergists.
ITEM#: 12597945These pillow protectors feature a cotton fabric and a special polyurethane coating on the inside to protect against bed bugs and allergens. These hypoallergenic pillow covers measure 20 inches x 28 inches.
- Pillow type: Hypoallergenic
- Protect your family against household pests and allergens with these pillow covers
- Pillow covers provide a protective barrier against bed bugs, dust mites and other allergens
- Covers recommended by doctors, allergists and entomologists
- Complete encasement protection includes: Two layer special coated fabric and a triple-seal closure system
- Standard/ Queen case measures 20 inches x 28 inches
- King case measures 20 inches x 36 inches
- 60-percent cotton, 40-percent polyester
|Type||Allergy Protector Bed Bug Protector Dust Mite Protector|
|Product Features||Allergy Bedding Hypoallergenic|
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One of the zipper stoppers on a cover was falling off before I even had a chance to wash them. Not a great start. When they're actually on the pillow, they're definitely protective - a little too much. No air escapes, so my pillows (brand new, also from here) start airy and inflated and quickly compress down to a solid, uncomfortable mat. Definitely going to try something else.Read More
As the allergy sufferer, I'm happy with my purchase. The pillow protector not only zippers up but also has a Velcro seal. My husband, who is not an allergy sufferer, did not like his pillow in the protector. He's a stomach sleeper who likes to ball up his pillow. The protector is kind of noisy and doesn't allow the pillow to puff up comfortably for his taste.Read More
I thought was going to be difficult to put it, but was not at all. 2 people can do it just fine. I'm glad with my purchase.Read More
what can I say the material is very nice (soft) it fet perfectly on the bed.Read More
I ordered king size and got standard/queen. Merchandise was delivered in box accessible to anyone. Product was in an unsecured plastic envelope and the entire shipping process was disgusting! DETAIL TO EVERTHING IS VERY IMPORTANT TO ME.....AND SHOULD BE TO YOUR COMPANY. HOPE YOU CAN IMPROVE ON THIS IN THE FUTURE!!!!!!Read More
These pillow covers are the best quality I have ever owned, and the double closure is an excellent feature. I can't believe the amazing price for these and am going to order more for every pillow in the house!Read More
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How to Protect Your Home from the Bed Bug Epidemic
It seems everyone, from friends and neighbors to blogs and newspapers, is discussing the spread of bed bugs -- those biting pests that, like mosquitoes, live on blood. No doubt you want to keep the bugs out of your home. They migrate toward beds, which give them a warm, dark place to live and ready access to humans, so having good mattress covers is essential. However, you can take other steps to keep bed bugs at bay or at least to find them before early, when it is easier to get rid of them.
How to Keep Your Bed Pillows Allergen-free
The dust mites that live in your bed pillows are one of the leading causes of irritation for people with allergies. Since you spend approximately eight hours of your day with your head on a pillow, they are often one of the most pervasive and enduring allergy triggers that can cause sneezing, itchy eyes and a runny nose. It's nearly impossible to rid your home of all allergy-causing dust and pollens, but you can fight back against these perilous bed dwellers by making sure your bed pillow is properly cleaned and cared for. Follow these steps and learn how to keep your bed pillows allergen-free.
Best Bed Pillows for Side Sleepers
When selecting a good pillow for a side sleeper, it is important to consider the features. If you are a side sleeper and you find yourself waking up aching after what should have been a good night's sleep, this is a good indicator that you need a better bed pillow, one that is made for the way you sleep. Here are the features to look for to get the best bed pillow for a side sleeper.
Types of Pillows
Bed pillows and sleeping pillows have one primary use: They support and cushion your head while you're sleeping, giving you a better night's rest. The pillow material most directly influences how well it does its job. Take a look at the article below to learn about the various types of pillows and how they affect your sleep.
Best Materials for Shams
One type of bedding that every bed requires is shams. Shams can refer to either the large decorative pillow that frames a made bed or the special pillow cover that encases it. Sham pillows, covers and other pillowcases are essential to keeping your bed a comfortable and clean place to rest, especially if you prefer to sleep on more than one pillow. Decorative shams also add style and class to your bed. Of course, style and comfort are relative, so it's nice to know that shams are available in a variety of materials, styles and colors. If you're shopping for pillowcases but don't know what type will work best for you, don't fret. Keep reading to learn about the best materials for shams.
Cotton Bedding vs Wool Bedding
Choosing bedding is a personal decision; when it comes to your comfort while lounging and sleeping, no one knows you better than you. Bedding is available in all sorts of materials, including satin, silk and polyester, but two of the most popular materials for bedding are cotton and wool. Made of all-natural fibers, either cotton or wool bedding will make your bed comfortable, cozy and beautiful as well as suit your individual tastes.
How to Choose Quality Bed Linens
The bedroom is one of the most personal rooms in a home, and bed linens are often your best bet for creating a space that reflects your personality. It should be a relaxing retreat with a luxurious bed as the focal point of the room. Create that restful feeling by choosing high-quality bedding. While many people splurge on a down comforter or feather pillows, they sometimes skimp on bed linens. Don't make the mistake of settling for low-quality bedding. After all, bed linens are the part of the bed that touches your skin. Look below to learn how to choose quality bed linens.
Bed Pillows vs Throw Pillows
Dress up your bed with both throw pillows and bed pillows for a cozy, relaxing spot. While down bed pillows are functional and provide support and comfort for the sleeper, throw pillows serve as accents, adding texture and color to the bed. This guide will help you find both bed pillows and decorative throw pillows and determine the features of each.
How to Accessorize with a Peacoat
A fashionable choice of outerwear for decades, a peacoat pairs nicely with an entire wardrobe. Whether you want to wear one with a casual or formal look, there are different accessories that tie the whole look together. Look for these women's coats in a variety of materials, such as cotton fleece, wool, cashmere, wool blends, and cotton canvas. To protect yourself from particularly fierce winters, look for one made of heavy wool or cashmere. Then, with these tips, you can make the peacoat a fashionable must-have in your closet throughout the year.
How to Choose a Futon Mattress
When it comes to choosing the right futon mattress for your futon, it can be a tough decision. Futons are very versatile pieces of furniture. These couches that convert into beds can be made out of everything from expensive solid hardwood to inexpensive metal. The choices for a futon mattress are as diverse as for the frames. Some futon mattresses are simply filled with pieces of cotton and wool. Others are one solid piece of foam. Still other futon mattresses contain coils just as bed mattresses do. If you're confused about finding the right one, take a look below to learn how to choose a futon mattress.
Top 5 Reasons to Buy Bed Sheet Sets
Decorating your bedroom is made simple with sheet sets in coordinating colors and styles. Bed sheet sets take the guesswork out of buying sheets by including a matching flat sheet, fitted sheet, and pillowcases all in one ensemble. From children's character sheet sets to cozy jersey cotton sheet sets, you can find whatever style you're looking all in one convenient package. Keep reading to explore the top five reasons to buy bed sheet sets.
How to Prepare an Inviting Guest Bed
No one ever forgets a good host. Make sure your guests have an unforgettable stay in your home by learning how to prepare an inviting guest bed. Comfortable, well-prepared bedding can make all the difference in your guests' time at your home. Look below to learn all the steps, from how to deal with pillows to where to place a duvet.
Tips on Buying a Queen Comforter Set
One of the simplest ways to change the look of your queen-size bed is to invest in a queen comforter set. A queen comforter set -- which typically includes a queen-size comforter, matching pillows shams and, sometimes, matching throw pillows and a bedskirt -- can give your bedroom a designer look without making you pay a designer price. For tips on choosing the right queen comforter set, keep reading.
How to Decorate a Bed
The bedroom often serves as a room where decorators let their imaginations run wild, transforming the space into a retreat. In most bedrooms, the bed operates as the focal point of the room, determining the bedroom's theme and palette. Bedroom furniture often has a finish that is perfect for accenting with interesting colors. One of the best aspects of decorating a bed is that it is simple to switch the headboard, frame, textiles or pillows to shift the entire look.
How to Arrange Pillows On A Bed
Designer beds, with their perfectly matched colors and beautifully arranged throw pillows, display a look that always makes a bedroom stylish. Unfortunately, casual pillow arrangements on beds often look like the aftermath of a pillow fight, with pillows tumbling to and fro. Bring order and style to your bed by arranging decorative throw pillows in a pleasing design, and your bed will rival those found in decorating magazines.
How to Know When to Replace a Pillow
No pillow lasts forever. Tired pillows may leave you feeling tired yourself, so it's good to know when yours are ready to be thrown out and replaced with new pillows. There are several ways to determine if your bed pillows have any life left in them. Take a look below to learn how to know when to replace a pillow.
How to Accent Your Bedding with Pillow Shams
For an easy way to switch up the look of your home, turn to pillow shams the next time you have a home makeover project in mind. Made to fit over bed pillows or accent pillows, decorative pillowcases typically feature an opening in the back or on the side so you can discreetly cover pillows and then take them off easily for washing or sleeping. Besides the standard pillowcases that come with bedding sets and are made to fit bed pillows, you can also find pillow shams in a variety of sizes for unique decorating. Keep reading to learn how to accent your bedding with pillows shams in every size and style.
FAQs about Egyptian Cotton Sheets
Do you want to give your bed a major comfort boost? Egyptian cotton sheets are easily some of the most popular bedding choices available, and for good reason: they are extremely soft and comfortable, meaning they are must-haves for restful sleep. With Egyptian cotton sheets, you can turn any bed into a welcoming, cozy place that you will be happy to retreat to every night. These amazing sheets are adored by people of all types. If you are in the market for new bed linens, consider those made from Egyptian cotton. Take a look at the article below to learn answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Egyptian cotton sheets.
How to Make Your Own Pillowcases
If you're looking for a fun project and a way to add a personal touch to your bedroom decor, then you might consider making your own pillowcases. Sewing your own pillowcases will let you have the exact color and style you want. You can even embellish homemade pillowcases with decorative elements and make them truly unique. With just a few supplies and one of many easy-to-use sewing machines, you can start putting your personal stamp on every bed and pillow in the house. The process of making a pillowcase is simple as long as you follow a few rules.
How to Wash Throw Pillows
Part of keeping a clean house is making sure all of your decorative accessories are clean. Throw pillows covered in delicate fabrics, such as wool or silk, will have to be dry-cleaned, as will throw pillows stuffed with down or feathers. Foam-filled throw pillows with cotton covers or other washable materials, however, can be washed -- some even by machine. Nevertheless, even if a pillow appears washable, always consult the washing instruction label before attempting to wash a throw pillow -- or you may be in for an unpleasant surprise when you remove the pillow from the washing machine.
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