Are these encasements necessary? I think encasing a mattress is a case by case evaluation. If you do not suffer from dust mite allergies, our simple waterproof and breathable protector is an affordable and practical way to protect your new mattress from accumulating dust mites and other debris such as pet dander, dead skin cells, etc. These materials will fall onto the surface of your protector and make it easy to wash away. Without a protector, they fall into the fibers and foam, accumulating over time and providing a breeding ground for dust mites, and helping lead to early breakdown of your mattress materials. However, if you do have allergies, an encasement will ensure the entire surface is covered and free of debris.

The main issue you need to avoid with encasements is that most people put them on, which can be a real struggle, then never wash the encasement, which catches all the "stuff", leading to a very dirty encasement and a dust mite haven.

For my customers who do deal with such allergies, what I will recommend is an encasement AND a protector. That way, they do not need to remove the encasement but for once a year, and they can wash the protector as often as they wash the sheets, washing away any debris.

So, do you NEED an encasement? If you suffer from allergies, it's a good measure. But don't neglect to wash it at regular intervals, unless you add a waterproof, breathable protector, which can easily be removed and washed.

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