Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does it crinkle or slide at all? Even with the polyurethane backing?
A: No, they do not! No crinkly noises from the polyurethane, and the mesh sides keep it locked in place on your mattress no matter what size.
Q: Does it make the bed hot to sleep on?
A: No. The mattress protectors are designed so that you can’t even tell it’s on the bed. The only difference is that you’ll be protected from dust mites and germs.
Q: Will this mattress protector work on a memory foam mattress?
Q: I have a cool gel mattress. Will it block the cooling effect of the mattress?
A: You can use these protectors with any sort of mattress. Because the protectors are breathable, it will not interfere with the cooling effect or trap heat.
Q: If this is a slip-on mattress cover how does it keep dust mites from getting in the mattress?
A: The polyurethane backing protects the horizontal surface of your mattress that dust settles on. The bottom of your mattress is protected from dust because it is resting against the box spring or another mattress. Vertical surfaces like the sides don’t tend to accumulate dust, and most of us don’t sleep with our face and body do not resting against the side of the bed.
Q: I have a cal king pillow top mattress with deep pockets. Will this cover fit my mattress?
A: Yes! The stretch mesh is deep and will cover the mattress as long as you order the correct size.
Q: How well do these covers need to fit? I have an old mattress that is only 8 in deep.
A: Again, the stretch mess keeps the mattress protector in place.
Q: What is the waterproof membrane made from?
A: The covers are Free from Vinyl, PVC, Phthalates, fire retardants and other toxic chemicals. The material that makes our mattress protectors 100% waterproof is a TPU film which is polyurethane. All mattress protectors are made using eco-friendly materials.
Q: Is it ok to place the mattress protector over an electric heating pad?
A: No. We do not recommend you use the Bedding's waterproof mattress covers over electric heating pads, as they are backed by polyurethane which can melt at high temperatures.