Of course mattresses are the first place to look when you are trying to inspect for bed bugs, but often times, many homeowners will overlook some of the most common hiding spaces for bed bugs, including the box spring. Like the mattress, the box spring of the bed can provide tufts and folds that can serve as perfect hiding spots for bed bugs. Making sure that you completely encase the box spring in addition to the mattress an important process in minimizing hiding spots for bed bugs. EMBED Box Spring covers feature several high quality designs that makes the cover a highly effective cover as well as a comfortable cover.
- Lightweight/Fully Breathable Material: Air flows freely through the lightweight material that is easily laundered and maintained, but remains highly durable.
- Stretch Fabric: Unlike other box spring encasements that are stiff, EMBED Box Spring Encasements are made of a lightweight stretch material that will easily cover the entire box spring with ease.
- Hypo-Allergenic: EMBED Box Spring Encasements are not only made to keep bed bugs out of the box spring, but they are made to also keep dust mites and other allergens, that can be a havoc for your health, inside the encasement.
|Target Pest(s):||Bed bugs, Dust Mites and Allergens|
|Care Instructions:||Cold water wash with regular detergent. No bleach. Cool dry. Do not iron.|
|Size:||Full: 75" x 53" x 9" - fits up to 11" deep Box Spring|
Bed Bug Certified
Bed bugs will not stray far from where their host is resting. One of the reasons why they are called bed bugs is because they will bite people during the night, when they are the most active, and when the people are sleeping in their beds. So of course, the most likely and common place that the bed bug will hide is in the bed, which not only includes a mattress, but also the box spring, the frame of the bed, pillows, and etc. This means that when you are encasing the mattress, you should also consider encasing the box spring and pillow. By doing this, you are able to minimize potential hiding spots for bed bugs in all parts of the bed.
It is easy to install and maintain and will easily slip over the box spring. Made of a lightweight, stretchy material, you do not have to worry about the comfort of a box spring encasement. Moreover, this encasement not only protects your box spring from further infestation by bed bugs, but it will help to lock in dust mites and other allergens that can be a nuisance to your health.
NOTE:We would like you to keep in mind that solely covering your mattress, box spring, and pillows will not eliminate the infestation and is merely a tool to discourage further infestation in these areas. Although the EMBED encasements will play a crucial role in bed bug treatment for your home, these products alone will not eradicate the infestation and it may be required to do an additional chemical and non-chemical treatment. Also, although the encasements are impermeable by dust mites and other allergens, we would like to inform you that dust mites and other allergens are not found just on the bed, but can build up on other locations including curtains, behind and under the furniture and etc. Moreover, if you are allergically reacting, we advise that you contact a physician that will be able to help you diagnose the reaction since it is possible that you are reacting allergically to a different source like cosmetics or food.
We DO NOT accept returns of opened or used mattress encasements, box springs, or pillow covers so that we can minimize the spreading of bed bugs. Please make sure that the encasement that you have ordered is the right one and in the correct size. Make sure the product you have received is the correct size before you open the package.
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