What are Bed Bug Mattress Encasements?

Bed Bug Mattress Encasements are mattress covers that restrict the movement of bed bugs to the outside of the encasement, preventing an infestation in the mattress and box spring. Securesleep.com offers scientifically-tested Bed Bug Mattress Encasements that are proven to stop the penetration of bed bugs in fabric, and prevent bed bugs from spreading. These mattress encasements can be used for preventative measures, or on mattresses that have or have had bed bug infestations.

What happens to bed bugs when a mattress encasement is used?

bed bug mattress encasementBed bugs are trapped between the mattress encasements and the mattress where they will eventually die from starvation. Adult bed bugs can live over a year without a blood meal, and nymphs (baby bed bugs) can survive for three months. Therefore, the performance of your encasement is very important to keep bed bugs inside (where they are trapped and can not reach you) or outside of your bed depending on when you encase your mattress.

Secure Sleep Bed Bug Mattress Encasement:

Sizescrib, twin, twin xl, full, queen, king, cal king

Measurements:

Crib measures: 28W x 52L fits on all standard cribs
Twin measures: 39W x 75L up to 9″ depth
Twin XL measures: 39W x 80L up to 9″ depth
Full measures: 54W x 75L up to 16″ depth
Queen measures: 60W x 80L up to 16″ depth
King measures: 78W x 80L up to 16″ depth
Cal King measures: 72W x 84L up to 16″ depth

Product Features:

100% Micro-Polyester Comfortable,
Breathable Fabric
Patent Pending Zipper Technology
Entomologist Tested Effective
Machine Washable
Lifetime Warranty
Money Back Guarantee

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