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Mattress Pad

To protect your mattress for any number of problems, including stains, dirt and allergens, and uncomfortable mattress construction, try a mattress pad. They are an inexpensive way to protect your mattress from "daily" use. They are really valuable for guest beds, be that bed at your home on in a lodging property, to keep the mattress clean for all guests.

The phrase mattress pad is a broad term that covers a great deal of territory. Mattress pads are also called mattress covers. Whichever wording you want to use, a mattress pad can give you many different benefits. Some of the benefits are health related, some are comfort related, and still others are for hygiene related reasons. Whatever your reasons are for wanting a mattress pad, you are sure to find the right one for your needs and desires.

The health benefits of a mattress pad are numerous. If you suffer from allergies or asthma, then a hypoallergenic mattress pad can help to reduce your allergy symptoms or asthma attacks, which can save both time and money. There are many choices in hypoallergenic mattress pads so that even an allergy sufferer can find a mattress pad that is both functional in allergen control and comfortable to sleep and rest on.

Comfort is another important consideration. You spend at least 1/3 of your day in bed, and how you sleep and rest has a big impact upon how you feel for the rest of the day. Mattress pads smooth the mattress surface and add a bit of cushioning. You will be surprised by how much of a difference that a mattress pad can make in your sleep and energy levels.

Hygiene related reasons for buying a mattress pad may be gross, but they are a part of life. Sweat, body dirt, urine, and other excretions are released as you sleep. If you do not have something to protect your mattress, these secretions can cause staining. If you have pets, children, seniors or the infirm, the chance for staining goes up tremendously. Most of the time mattress pads are machine washable, which makes them easy to use and take care of. Keeping your mattress clean and free of stains keeps it smelling fresh and helps you to keep you healthier. A cotton mattress pad is a great choice if you are just looking to keep your mattress protected and free of dirt, grime, and stains.

Mattress pads are a common bedding item. You can buy them in any number of department stores, bedding stores, and discount stores. They are made with various ways of affixing them to your bed -- corner straps, fitted sides and whole-mattress pads with zippers. Some mattress pads don't affix to the mattress and rely on the bottom sheet to keep them in place.

Mattress pads also come in a variety of fabric contents. Cotton, wool, and polyester are common. Some can be impregnated with plastic or rubber to increase the waterproofing aspect of a mattress pad. They are quilted, layered and baffled, all to increase comfort, protection and health benefits.

Whether you need a mattress cover for health, better sleep, or mattress protection, you are sure to find one that meets your functional needs and your budget. By learning more about the mattress pads that are available, you are more likely to be satisfied with your purchase, which can save you headaches and hard earned money.


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