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Bed Bug and Dust Mite Proof 12-inch Queen-size Mattress Protector
Keep the allergies away with this queen mattress protector. The durable polyester cover is a perfect solution for those with allergies, as it keeps the dust mites and bed bugs at bay. The waterproof design also offers stain protection against accidents.
- Bed Bug, Dust Mite and Allergy Relief Mattress Protector encases your mattress or box spring
- Type: Waterproof protector
- Materials: Polyester
- Bedding accessory is an integral part of your allergy prevention solution
- Queen protector made of 100-percent polyester that is laminated to a urethane membrane, which is an effective barrier to dust mites, allergens and bed bugs
- Lab-tested fabric keeps all bed bugs from infesting your mattress--bugs cannot get in or out
- Unique zipper-lock enclosure assures bugs cannot escape, saving you from needing to spend thousands of dollars to purchase a new mattress
- Weave of the fabric, which is a circular knit polyester, has a satin like feel and is very smooth and cool to the touch
- Latex free
- Machine washable
- Measures 60 inches wide x 80 inches long x 12 inches deep
|Product Features||Allergy Bedding Antimicrobial Hypoallergenic Made in USA|
|Manufacturer Warranty||25 year Manufacturer|
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Love these covers...Bought two. One for the spare bed as well. Very well made. Have not washed them yet..Read More
I love this protector. I just bought a new mattress and within two days of putting the mattress protector on it my dog got sick. It saved my new mattress!! Not only did it protect my mattress, but it also washed so well I couldn't see any stains at all. I did not find it that difficult to put on as other people have stated. I have a 10" thick mattress as well as a 2" topper that I recently bought. I just put the non-zippered corner on first and 'roll' the rest of it on, bottom first. I am able to do it by myself. Thank you Overstock!Read More
needed a fully-enclosed, water-proof mattress protector and this one works fine. Doesn't fit quite as snug as the one pictured. I have it on a 10" mattress with a 1 1/2" foam topper, but it's ok since it's then covered with additional waterproof mattress pad. I did try pouring water on it and it rolled right off, did not absorb any liquid.Read More
I purchased this mattress protector for my son's mattress when he was potty training. On occasion "accidents" would leak through. I do like however, that the protectors are very comfortable unlike some that made me feel like I was sleeping on plastic. I also like that they are machine washable.Read More
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