On average over 8 Million mattresses are sold every year to British consumers!  With the average life span of a mattress being 7 - 10 years, it makes you wonder if you really need to buy a mattress protector? In a nights sleep, the body produces fluids that can be damaging to a mattress. A protector will prevent moisture being held in the mattress as well as staining. We feel buying a mattress protector is a no brainer. We're going to give you the pro's of a mattress protector, so you can decide for yourself whether its worth investing in one.


Mattress Protector Pro's



 If you have just purchased a new mattress, you're probably hoping it'll last you a good few years. There are many ways to extend a mattresses life span, however one of the simplest ways to do so would be to invest in a mattress protector! People will often throw away a completely fine mattress because of stains. A mattress protector will dramatically reduce any staining from sweat / spillages and will keep your mattress looking as good as new.



 Many old mattresses will begin to lose their comfort over the years, the springs and pockets start making their way closer to the surface. However adding a quilted mattress protector will add plenty of comfort to an old mattress and alleviate any discomforts the mattress is giving you.



A huge benefit you have whilst using a mattress protector is the ability to protect the mattress from leaks or spillages. A waterproof mattress protector will be the saving grace if any accidents were to occur and will save you replacing the entire mattress. Waterproof mattress protectors are great for kids bedding and rental properties as it gives 100% protection to the mattress and peace of mind. There are different types of waterproof mattress protectors available from terry waterproof mattress protection that will give you the most protection as well as quilted waterproof mattress protectors. Quilted protectors give you the best of both worlds, waterproof protection and comfort!



If you have purchased a brand new mattress from a retailer you will given a warranty period. In most cases a stain to your new mattress would void your warranty and not allow you to return the mattress to the retailer. So we recommend you protect yourself by putting a mattress protector on the bed.


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