Ah, the mattress protector, the most overlooked accessory to have for your bed. But what does it do? And more importantly, do you actually need one?
Luckily for you, that's exactly what we're going to address. Leaving you to make up your own mind about which mattress protector is right for you.
First things first let’s understand the human body. Aside from the 8 pounds of dead skin that you will shed this year, our bodies contain a variety of fluids that, like it or not, will leak out during the night.
Saliva, perspiration, blood, oils and others. But you can use your imagination for those.
Ever seen an old mattress and noticed a collection of light brown stains? That’s not spilt coffee. These patches appear when our bodily fluids pass through the bed sheets and into the upper part of the mattress. Over time the salts and minerals then discolour as they age and dry out, leaving these marks. Pretty gruesome stuff.
That’s where mattress protectors come into play. Fitting between your bed sheets and your mattress, a good mattress protector serves to preserve your mattress by soaking up fluids and dead skin cells. All while preventing the growth of bacteria.
An anti-allergenic mattress protector will also help prevent allergies from acting up. Sneezing, runny nose, wheezing and shortness of breath can all flare up due to dust mites. While very common, there is no easier way to prevent them building up in your mattress.
Let’s not forget that mattress protectors are ultra-soft and silky. From quilted to waterproof mattress protectors, they provide a super soft extra layer of comfort. And you can never have too much of that.
Some are even manufactured without pesticides, helpful for people with sensitive skin or eczema.
Think that a mattress protector could be right for you? Discover our range of premium mattress protectors, and help keep your mattress looking and feeling fresher for longer.