Mattress Encasement: Is this something you really need? Mattress stores, including Nest Bedding, sell encasements to cover your mattress. But what exactly does a mattress encasement do for you, and how do you care for it?

If you suffer from allergies, such as a dust mite allergy, you are well aware of mattress encasements. Encasements are designed to cover the entire surface of the mattress and prevent dead skin cells, dust mites and other organic material from passing through the sheets and pad and settling into the foam or fibers inside of the mattress. These organic materials, combined with moisture from your body, will attract and support dust mites. No matter what material your mattress is made from, organic material such as dead skin and moisture will attract and support dust mites, whether wool, latex, foam or any other material. You will hear some people say that natural materials are dust mite resistant, and what they mean is that natural materials breathe, which allows the bed to remain dry, and thus preventing dust mites.

And encasement is designed in such a way that the pore size of the fabric is so close together that it will not allow microscopic materials from passing through. A traditional mattress pad will not prevent dead skin cells from passing though into the mattress. You need to purchase an encasement specifically designed to block these tiny, microscopic materials.

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