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Bed Bug Allergy Relief Mattress Box Spring/ Foundation Cover
Enjoy a restful night's sleep, without having to worry about allergies, with this Bed Bug box spring cover. It's made from polyester, so it feels soft and comfortable, and because it's fitted and has a zipper, it will fit your mattress perfectly.
ITEM#: 14950316This bed bug mattress box cover is designed to protect against allergens, bed bugs and dust mites. Made of soft polyester, the cover secures mattresses up to 9 inches high.
- Type: Box spring/ foundation encasement
- Materials: Soft polyester
- Pocket depth: Up to 9 inches
- Waterproof: No
- Easy zipper fit
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Twin: 39 inches wide x 76 inches long
- Twin XL: 39 inches wide x 80 inches long
- Full: 54 inches wide x 76 inches long
- Queen: 60 inches wide x 80 inches long
- King: 78 inches wide x 80 inches long
- California king: 72 inches wide x 84 inches long
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|Manufacturer Warranty||90 day Distributor|
|Type||Bed Bug Protector|
|Product Features||Allergy Bedding Hypoallergenic|
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When trying to cover the box spring with this product, the zipper failed.Read More
This item looked good out of the package and I we were careful putting it on the box spring as not to tear the corners like others had mentioned. However, when I went to clean under the bed, I saw something and when I got down for further inspection, the material has totally sagged and is hanging on the floor! That will be a major dust collector as I have two dogs that sleep in this bedroom. I've never seen a mattress cover do this before.Read More
I will be ordering for the other beds in my home, the material used for the box spring mattress pad is easy to keep clean. I will make sure that I order some for my children beds for a gift, they can use these for my grandchildren beds too.Read More
Didn't have bed bugs, but had a used mattress I wanted to cover. This one fit snugly but was easy to slip on by myself. It has worked out well.Read More
The fabric seems good, better than the old PVC sheet type. Had high hopes out of the package. Laboriously removed massive king mattress and worked the cover onto the split box spring only to find the zipper completely broken. I bought two of these and the other just about worked but I had to re-zip several times to get the thing to engage and not keep falling apart. The manufacturer could have spent a few cents more on a decent reliable zip and had a good product instead of shaving pennies and getting rubbish. Do not buy.Read More
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I know it says the picture might not be a completely accurate color, but what color is it called......white, off white, cream, etc. thanks
Thank you for your question. This is white.
Where is this made?
This is made in China.
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