Bed Bug Mattress Cover
If you want to treat an active infestation or prevent a bed bug infestation from happening, then your first line of defense is using a bed bug mattress cover. Why? Because bed bugs like to infest as near their feed source as possible and that typically means in a mattress. They can actually penetrate the fibers the exterior of the mattress and infest inside the mattress out of view from the naked eye and out of range of any treatment applied to the exterior of a mattress.
Bed Bug Mattress Cover for Treatment
Using a bed bug mattress cover for treatment serves a different purpose than using a cover for prevention. For treatment, a mattress cover will trap any existing bed bugs inside the mattress cover where they will eventually starve to death. Bed bugs can live up to 18 months without feeding so it is advisable to have use a very durable bed bug mattress cover that will not rip or tear and that will also be breathable for your sleep comfort as well as the health of the mattress. Using a plastic cover for bed bugs is not healthy for your mattress because the mattress needs to breath to prevent the growth of mold and bacteria.
Bed Bug Mattress Cover for Prevention
Using a bedbug mattress cover to prevent bed bugs will help prevent the mattress from being infested, help spot possible infestations very rapidly, and slow the growth of any infestation as well. A cover will help prevent the mattress from being infested because our covers are impenetrable to bed bugs and therefore will protect any investment you made in a mattress from being infested. This can be good for anyone who has recently purchased a new mattresses and want to protect them from bed bugs. They will also protect your mattresses from allergens, spill and stains.
Just because you are utilizing a bed bug cover doesn't mean a bed bug can't make its way onto the exterior of the cover. However, if any bed bug does migrate onto the outside of the bed bug cover, they will be very easy to spot due to our covers near seamless construction, and ultra-bright white fabric providing high contrast.
In order for a bed bug infestation to grow they require a hiding place out of the way in the hidden nooks and crannies of your home or space. By eliminating ideal bed bug hiding places close to their sleeping feed source, you can greatly decrease the growth of any possible bed bug infestation.