For greater breathability and easier protection, we recommend the use of a Casper mattress cover. Placing a ■■■■■■ sheet on top of the mattress will keep it clean if you’re not interested in protection, but it won’t prevent spills or leaks from entering the foam.
We recommend washing the mattress cover before use to get the best fit on the bed. Please note this may take multiple washes. For best results, we recommend washing the machine on low heat and in the dryer. It is not recommended to clean the mattress cover.
As with a regular mattress, a dab between the mattress and the ■■■■■■ sheet is not absolutely necessary, but it helps keep the mattress clean. Covers made specifically for memory foam are a good choice to protect the mattress.
Without the protection, the mattress needs to be changed more quickly. Helps prevent dust mite allergies. Dust mites gobble up ■■■■ skin cells and there will be ■■■■ skin cells in your mattress if you don’t use protection. Help protect your warranty.
Most mattress covers cover the mattress like a sheet over the bed. They don’t cover the entire mattress, but they protect it from most accidental spills, bacteria and some allergens.
No! Casper mattresses are not designed to rotate. As with all mattresses, we recommend that you turn the bed 180 degrees every 36 months if you only sleep on one side of the bed or if you have a significant weight difference with your mattress.
The Casper mattress is a solid and stable bed worth trying with very little risk. Featuring layers of durable latex, memory foam and support foam, you get a mattress with the perfect balance of firmness. Casper also finds the side sleepers, front sleepers and side sleepers just as comfortable.
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The Caspers mattress cover is a ■■■■■■ protective film that fits all mattresses up to a depth of 16. The quilted top layer is a blend of polyester and elastane and has a 360 degree grip side. All protection is waterproof and hypoallergenic.
The platform bed does not require a foundation or box-spring bed. For a more traditional bed arrangement, the Casper foundation combines with our metal frame for extra height and flawless support. Our sprung slatted base can also be used with all standard bed frames that require a slatted base or slatted base to support the mattress.
The use of harsh cleaners such as ammonia or bleach is not recommended, as they can ■■■■■■ the foam. You can also use a steam cleaner on the memory foam mattress. Deodorize. Take the baking soda and spread it on the mattress.
As with all mattresses, we recommend that you turn the bed 180 degrees every 36 months if you only sleep on one side of the bed or if you have a significant weight difference with your mattress.
Place the mattress in a waterproof cover to protect it from water damage and possible stains. This extends the life of the mattress and makes it a healthier place to sleep. Protects Against Bed Bugs: Protectors are also a barrier against the dreaded bed bug.
However, the waterproof barrier of the mattress cover can make a person warm or clammy, especially if exposed to overheating while sleeping.
At least every two months, but more often if you have pets, are allergic, or the protection has been broken.
The short answer is yes. Because almost everyone sweats during sleep, and the bedding protects the mattress from contact with sweat. In addition, sleeping on a mattress without a sheet exposes the mattress to dirt, dust mites, grime and ■■■■ skin cells.
While mattress toppers provide some protection for your mattress, they are more there to add extra comfort to your bed. Mattress covers, on the other hand, are generally waterproof and their primary purpose is to protect against bed bugs, spills, and other harmful factors.
Plastic mattresses do more harm than good. New mattresses and box-spring beds are often encapsulated in plastic at the factory. Sometimes people who buy these beds leave plastic on them as a cheap mattress topper. However, if you look at the plastic, you will often find several holes.