Mattress Protector VS. Mattress Pad: Which One Is Right For Me?

Is your current mattress starting to feel uncomfortable? Did you just spend a good amount of money on a new mattress and you’re nervous about accidentally voiding the warranty? No matter what your situation, there are many reasons you may want to consider adding a protector or pad to your mattress.

To help you decide whether a protector or a pad is best for you, we ‘ve put together a handy guide to help you differentiate between the two.

Mattress Protectors

Mattress protectors do exactly what they say they do – they protect your mattress. You will see protectors that offer a range of benefits, but almost all of them work to prevent stains from fluids and liquids, as well as allergens, from getting into your mattress.

Check out Mattress Clarity’s best-reviewed mattress protectors, here.

Sleep Defense System Mattress Protector Review

How a protector benefits you:

Waterproofing: Many mattress warranties will be voided if you stain your mattress. Encasing your mattress in a waterproof protector will help keep it free from water damage and potential stains.

You probably think that you are a neat and tidy person who won’t spill anything in bed. Let this be a gentle reminder that spills and accidents happen. Using a mattress protector could potentially save you some serious cash.

Preventing Allergens: Protectors provide a barrier that prevents dust mites and other allergens (molds, dead skin cells, etc.) from collecting in your mattress. This will increase the longevity of the mattress and make it a healthier place to sleep.

Protect Against Bed Bugs: Protectors also provide a barrier against the dreaded Bed Bug. Bed Bugs are tiny insects that feed on human blood (and other warm-blooded animals). Needless to say, you don’t want them setting up shop anywhere near you – let alone your mattress.

Sleep Defense System Mattress Protector Review

Check out the Sleep Defense System mattress protector for bed bug protection.

Temperature Control: Some mattress protectors come with specialized fabric and materials that help breathability and temperature regulation while you sleep.

Providing Additional Comfort: Protectors come in a wide variety. Some offer added quilting or fabric that adds a soft layer in between your mattress and your bedding.

Mattress protectors come in a range of prices, some for less than $10 and others that cost hundreds (depending on size and functionality).

Mattress Pads

Mattress pads keep your mattress top comfortable. They “pad” the mattress (you get it). The pad typically covers the top surface of your mattress and lays in between a mattress (or mattress protector) and bedding.

Typically, new mattresses are super comfortable and will not require an additional mattress pad.

However, some mattress pads have waterproof and hypoallergenic properties along with extra padding, which may make them worth the added purchase.

Here are some additional reasons you may consider a mattress pad:

  • You need additional support and/or comfort or customization for medical reasons
  • Your mattress is too firm – you can add a mattress pad or topper to adjust the firmness
  • Your current mattress is older and no longer comfortable but you are not ready to replace it
  • You want to waterproof/protect your bed but you don’t want a mattress protector
  • Your mattress protector makes noise and you want to muffle it with a comfortable mattress pad

Mattress pads tend to be a little more expensive than mattress protectors but both can be found in a range of prices that fit most budgets.

Do I Need Both?

No, you probably don’t need both a mattress protector and a mattress pad. There are some amazing mattress protectors and mattress pads on the market that do double duty and are able to offer both padded comfort and protection.

Deciding which is best for you should start with your priorities. Do you need to protect your mattress from frequent accidents or do you suffer from serious allergens? Consider a mattress protector.

SafeRest Premium Mattress Protector Review

SafeRest protector

If you are simply looking for another layer of comfort for your mattress surface, consider a mattress pad.

 

 

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Best Mattress 2017- Which Mattress Should You Get?

Every day we get emails from readers asking what the best mattress is.  We always respond that it truly depends.  There are so many subjective things about mattresses that there’s no way there’s on best mattress for every person.

We wanted to approach this question a little differently by providing different categories for the different mattress types and then different budgets.  From there, we will give some top picks and explain why we like them.

At the end of this article, you can see all the criteria we have for judging a mattress.

Best Mattress By Category

Memory Foam

There are a lot of really good memory foam mattresses out there, and there are a lot of really bad ones too.  I could list about a lot of great options for you, but I thought I’d keep the list limited.  Here’s a few that I think represent great value.

Multiple Good Options: Amerisleep

High-End: Loom & Leaf

Innovative: Layla

Budget: Addable

Amerisleep

Amerisleep has a line of memory foam mattresses that have different firmness levels and different feels (see more HERE).  If you don’t believe there is one best mattress for everyone, then Amerisleep might be a good company to check out.  Their memory foam is faster-responding than typical memory foam.  That means you get good pressure relief without the feeling of getting stuck.  They also do an excellent job of keeping their mattresses cool, maybe more so than any other memory foam mattress company.  The mattresses are well constructed and are available at great prices.

Read our Amerisleep review

Loom & Leaf

Loom & Leaf offers you the opportunity to get a luxurious memory foam mattress that would normally cost 2-3x more in a retail store for a fraction of the cost.  It uses quality components that should make the mattress an awesome value.  They have also directly addressed the issue of sleeping hot in their construction and their mattress is faster-responding than normal memory foam, meaning you don’t have the feeling of getting stuck.  Overall, it’s a great value.

Read our Loom And Leaf review

Layla

If you are worried about getting the right firmness level for you, Layla might be a good option to take a look at.  The mattress is flippable and has two firmness levels in one (a softer and a firmer side).  The memory foam is also infused with copper.  I can’t personally vouch for the claims made, but the copper is supposed to have certain health benefits.  Overall, it’s a very innovative mattress, and at $899 for a Queen, it’s very reasonably priced as well.

See our Layla mattress review

Addable

Addable uses very high quality, durable foams in its construction (see more HERE).  Because it spends almost no money on marketing and other overhead, it is able to price its product at an incredibly low level.  At $499 for a Queen, you would be hard pressed to find a better deal on the market.  You can pay more to get a more luxurious mattress, but at this price it’s impossible to beat the quality of Addable.

Read our Addable review

Latex

Latex is becoming an increasingly popular category because it offers some of the benefits of a foam mattress without some of the drawbacks.  There’s different subcategories within the latex category that all offer something different.

Synthetic Latex: Brooklyn Bedding

Natural Latex: Zenhaven

Latex Hybrid: Ghostbed

Brooklyn Bedding

Brooklyn Bedding has a well constructed mattress that features two inches of talalay latex over two inches of dunlop latex in the comfort layer.  The support layer is high-density polyfoam.  The mattress is durable and has great pressure relief while being resilient at the same time.  Because the latex is synthetic, the mattress is priced at a very affordable level ($750 for a Queen).  They also offer different firmness levels too.  Overall, it’s a great mattress for someone wanting a quality latex mattress at an affordable price.

Read our Brooklyn Bedding review

Zenhaven

If you are looking for an all-natural latex mattress, Zenhaven is a great choice.  It uses natural latex throughout the mattress.  That makes it a great option for people wanting a product as close to organic as possible.  It’s also flippable, meaning you get two firmness levels in one.  All the materials are very durable, so it should be a long-lasting mattress.  At $1,899, it’s actually a great value considering how expensive natural latex mattresses usually are.

Read our Zenhaven review

Ghostbed

Ghostbed uses a latex over memory foam construction.  That means you get pressure relief without the feeling of getting stuck or getting too hot while sleeping.  They use quality materials, so the mattress should last longer than many other similar mattresses.  At just under $750 for a Queen (using a coupon), it’s a great value and one of the best choices out there at that price range.

Read our Ghostbed review

Innerspring

Innerspring is still the most popular mattress type and is the feel most people are familiar with.  There are a lot of good options out there, but I thought I’d list out just a few good ones to make things simple.

Side sleepers: Winkbeds

Back/Stomach sleepers: Saatva

Budget: Aviya

Winkbeds

Winkbeds has a luxurious construction that features a coil-on-coil design that you normally only see in mattresses much more expensive.  The foam on top of the coils is pretty soft, and as a result you get good pressure relief on your shoulders and hips when you sleep on your side.  In my opinion, it’s a quality mattress that is well suited for side sleepers.  It’s only $1,299 for a Queen.

Read our Winkbeds review

Saatva

Saatva also has a luxurious construction, and it has a history of great reviews over a number of years now.  The mattress is well constructed, and in my opinion it is a little bit firmer than average.  For me, that makes it an ideal mattress for most people who sleep on their back or stomach.  At $999 for a Queen, the mattress represents an opportunity to get a great value.

Read our Saatva review

Aviya

Aviya is another quality spring mattress that uses great materials but doesn’t charge a ton of money for its mattress.  The foams they use are high-density and they use pocketed coils.  You can get a Queen for as low as $799, making it an awesome option for those who are on a budget.

Read our Aviya mattress review

Best Mattress By Budget

Under $500

To me, I haven’t seen anything better than the Addable mattress under $500 for a Queen.  They use materials that you see in mattresses 2.5-3x higher in price.  They don’t spend any money on marketing or overhead, and they pass all those savings onto the consumer.  It’s a gel memory foam mattress, so make sure that is the type of feel that you want.  If so, I haven’t found any better value than the Addable to date.

See our Addable review

Under $750

Ghostbed: If you use a $50 coupon (which is typically available), then it’s just under $750 for a Queen.  The Ghostbed uses quality, durable components that really make the mattress a great value.  It’s a latex over memory foam hybrid that does a good job of staying cool.  If you want a foam feel with good pressure relief and without the feeling of getting stuck, this is a good choice.  It’s an awesome value given how affordable it is.

Read our Ghostbed review

Under $1,000

Helix: If you aren’t quite sure what type of mattress you want to get, then Helix might be a good option to take a look at.  It allows you to get a mattress completely customized to your needs and preferences.  You’ll take a quiz that asks you what your height, weight, sleeping position, preferred firmness, etc. are.  Based on the answers to those questions, you’ll get a customized mattress.  The company uses good materials as well, so overall it’s a pretty intriguing option.  A Queen comes in at just under $1,000, so I think it’s a great option if you’re in this price range.

Read our Helix mattress review

Purple: Purple has a unique comfort layer.  It has a hyper-elastic polymer gel grid instead of foam.  This comfort layer is great at relieving pressure and is also much more durable than foam.  It also sleeps temperature neutral, which is a big selling point for a lot of people who are sensitive to sleeping hot.  There’s a lot to like about this mattress, and at the moment you can get a Queen for $999, which is a great deal.

Read our Purple mattress review

Under $1,500

We think a top candidate to be the best mattress under $1,500 is the Sapira mattress.  The Sapira mattress can definitely be considered a luxury mattress.  It is also a hybrid mattress that aims to combine the best aspects of foam and spring.  The comfort layer has high-density performance foam which is durable and responsive.  It also has a layer of high-density memory foam for great pressure relief.  The support system is a heavy-duty coil system that is top of the line.  It has amazing edge support and is very durable.  Overall, you get great pressure relief as well as great support.  A Queen is just under $1,500, so it’s definitely one of the best options around that price level.

Read our Sapira mattress review

Under $2,000

Zenhaven: It is very hard to find mattresses that use natural materials.  It is even harder to find mattresses that use natural materials and are still affordable.  To get a natural mattress, you need a natural latex mattress.  Sourcing natural latex is very expensive, so as a result natural latex mattresses are typically very expensive.  By cutting out the middleman in the process, Zenhaven is able to offer a natural latex mattress at a price much lower than you would find at a retail store.

Aside from using natural materials, the mattress is also flippable, meaning it has two firmness levels in one.  This means you have a great chance of getting a firmness level that’s right for you.  Overall, it’s a great mattress that will last a very long time and represents a great value.

Read our Zenhaven review

If you Just Aren’t Sure

If you really don’t know what you want, I would take a look at Helix.  Helix offers you the opportunity to get a fully customized mattress.  You fill out a series of questions and they will make a mattress that is customized based on your answers to those questions.  If you sleep with a partner, you can actually customize each side of the mattress.  For those reasons, this could be an interesting choice if you really just don’t know what mattress you should get.

Read our Helix mattress review

Factors We Look At

There are a number of factors that we look at when doing our reviews.  Some of the factors are objective and others are more subjective.  Here’s a quick list of what we take a look at.

  • Value– There are multiple ways to assess the value of a mattress.  If the company spends a ton on overhead and marketing, then the product is probably going to be priced higher than it could be otherwise.  If the materials are not durable, then the product won’t last long and it won’t be a good value.  We take a look at the quality of the materials and assess the company’s business model.  We then look at the price being charged and are able to make a good assessment of the overall value of the mattress.
  • Feel– Feel is a subjective thing.  Some people, for example, love memory foam while others can’t stand it.  Rather than saying one type of feel is better than another, we assess the feel, describe it in detail, show it off, and try to point you in the right direction.  Ultimately, you will have to make the assessment for the type of feel that you think is best for you.
  • Firmness– Firmness is also a subjective measure.  We’ll give our take on what we think the firmness is and we’ll demonstrate it via video.  However, take our assessment with a grain of salt because it is such a subjective measure.  One person might think a mattress is firmer than average, while someone else might think the same exact mattress is softer than average.
  • Motion Isolation– If you sleep with a partner, then motion isolation should be an important factor to consider.  This simply means, if your partner shifts around in bed, will you feel the motion?  Some mattresses are great at isolating motion, while others are not so great.
  • Company Reputation– It’s important that a company treat its customers well.  We take a look at things like the company’s trial period, return policy, and overall customer service.  We have seen some companies do things like not honor their return policy or make it as hard as possible to return their product.  We want to help you avoid companies like that, so we do a deep dive into this area to make sure you buy a product from a company you can trust.
  • Matching Marketing Claims To Reality– Mattress companies are known for making big claims about their product.  In some cases the claims are true and in others they are big exaggerations.  We try to do our best to assess how accurate the claims made by the companies are.
  • Quality Of The Materials– There are some objective things you can assess about the quality of the materials used in each mattress.  Durability, for example, is directly affected by the density of the foams used in the mattress.  We do a full analysis of the quality of the individual materials used in each mattress.
  • Sleeping Hot– This is a huge factor for a lot of people.  Lots of people are especially sensitive to sleeping hot.  We take extra time to assess this aspect of the mattress and give extra points to companies that directly address this issue.
  • Transparency– In some cases, we understand why a company might not want to be fully transparent about its products, but we do greatly favor companies who are in fact 100% transparent about their products.  Providing all the details of the mattress assures consumers that they can know exactly what’s in their mattress.
  • Return Rate– No company ever publicly discloses their return rate.  We try to prod the company, however, to privately give us this statistic so we can make sure it is at a reasonably low level.  Having a low return rate is of course a great way to know that customers are loving the product.
  • Overall Philosophy– Rather than simply saying “this mattress is great” or “this mattress is terrible,” we recognize that this is a fairly subjective process.  As a result, we simply try to point you in the right direction by categorizing each mattress and saying what type of sleeper might like it.

Detailed Best Mattress Articles

If you know which mattress type you are looking at, what your budget is, or what your sleeping style is, then you can take a look at the more detailed articles we’ve written on those subjects.

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Mattress Protectors: Fitted Vs. Encasement

If you are in the market for a new mattress protector, you will notice that you have many options. Not only do mattress protectors come in different sizes, materials and offer special functionality – the also fit your mattress differently.

There are two very popular styles of protectors: Fitted and Encasement.

Fitted

Fitted style mattress protectors offer five-sided mattress protection and go on just like a fitted sheet.

Popular (and more affordable) fitted sheet protectors like Hanna Kay, Luna and SafeRest, all offer waterproof and breathable cotton terry surface materials surrounded by a polyester edging.

Hanna Kay Premium Mattress Protector Review

Hanna Kay fitted protector

Many brands offer waterproof options but limit the waterproof area to the top surface of the mattress protector.

Purple’s mattress protector is another great waterproof fitted mattress protector that is 100% waterproof on all sides.

Purple Mattress Protector Review

Purple fitted mattress protector

People tend to like the fitted sheet style mattress protector because it is easy to get on and off the mattress. You simply pull it off like a fitted sheet and you can throw it in the washing machine.

This style tends to be good for those who need to wash their protectors frequently.

Encasement

Encasement mattress protectors have six-sided protection and completely cover your entire mattress (including the bottom).

Sleep Defense System Mattress Protector Review

Sleep Defense System encasement protector

Many encasement mattress protectors can be zippered shut and completely sealed off with various lock mechanisms.

These protectors are great for people who suffer from allergies or are concerned about bed bugs.

Protectors like the Protect-A-Bed AllerZip protector are lab tested and Certified Allergy & Asthma friendly.

Protect-A-Bed AllerZip Smooth Mattress Protector Review

Protect-A-Bed AllerZip encasement protector

Similarly, the Sleep Defense System protector can be sealed off and protect your mattress completely from bed bugs. Anyone who has to deal with bed bugs knows it can be costly and time-consuming – making it all the more worth it to investment in an encasement protector.

You May Choose…

Fitted:

  • You want a simple protector that will keep the surface of your mattress free from liquids, dust, and allergens
  • You want a protector that is easy to get on and off your mattress

Casper fitted mattress protector

Encasement

  • You need a protector that is made specifically to keep dust, allergens and other allergens away from your protector entirely.
  • You need a protector that will ensure your mattress is free from bed bugs
  • You have large spills or accidents that could spill over the top of your mattress and onto the sides

Check out our best-reviewed mattress protectors, here

What To Consider

No matter which protector you pick, there are two things to keep in consideration:

  • A close fit on a mattress protector is essential to a good night’s sleep and a good overall experience. Too much extra material and you will feel the protector, as well as shift and general noise underneath your sheets.
  • Always follow the care instructions on your protector carefully. This is especially important with waterproof protectors – if you dry them on a high heat setting you run the risk of disrupting the waterproof membranes and inviting leaks to seep into your mattress.

Luna Premium Mattress Protector

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Layla Mattress Giveaway

Enter the giveaway below!  First prize gets whatever mattress size you want when you win, up to a $950 value!  Second and Third place both get a $100 Amazon Gift Card!

Layla is a high quality memory foam mattress that is flippable, meaning you get two firmness options in one mattress.  The mattress is also copper infused, which helps the Layla sleep way cooler than other memory foam mattresses. For more information on this mattress, check out my Layla mattress review.

Enter to win the Layla Mattress or Amazon Gift Cards Below!

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Bear Mattress Giveaway

Enter the giveaway below!  First prize gets whatever mattress size you want when you win, up to a $950 value!  Second and Third place both get a SET of Bear Pillows!

Bear Mattress is a high quality memory foam mattress that I found to be very comfortable.  The mattress also includes celliant, a material which is said to help you recover more quickly from physical activity. For more information on this mattress, check out my Bear Mattress review.

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Mattress Protector Reviews: Protect-A-Bed AllerZip Vs. Luna

Protect-A-Bed AllerZip’s encasement mattress protector will spare your mattress from allergens and bed bugs. Luna’s mattress protector will keep you comfortable with its cotton terry surface and fitted sheet style. So, which one is the best for you and your mattress? Read on to find out.

Key Similarities

  • Waterproof surface
  • Dust mite and allergen protection
  • Machine washable, tumble low dry heat
  • Vinyl, PVC, and Phthalate free
  • Unique and diverse sizing options – including mattress protectors for a sofa or an RV
  • 15-year warranty
Luna Premium Mattress Protector

Luna protector

Key Differences

Protect-A-Bed:

  • Encasement mattress with Six-Sided Miracle Membrane® barrier that prevents mold, mildew, dust mites, pet dander, and pollen
  • 100% polyester sleep surface
  • Two depths to choose from (6-inch or 9-inch)
  • Certified Asthma and Allergy Friendly™ by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA)
  • Certified bed bug proof
  • Categorized as an FDA Class 1 Medical Device
  • Multiple sizes available, including sofa protectors
  • Queen size retails for ~$129.95

You can read the full Protect-A-Bed Mattress Protector review here.

Luna:

  • Fitted sheet style (protection on five sides)
  • Hypoallergenic cotton terry surface fabric
  • Can fit mattresses up to 18 inches thick
  • Sizing: Luna’s come in a variety of special sizes, including Full XL and RV Short Queen
  • Luna offers Invis-Lay Protection which is also intended to protect your mattress without being detected under your sheets.
  • Made in the USA
  • Queen size retails for ~$69.95

You can read the full Luna Mattress Protector review here.

Luna Premium Mattress Protector

Pros and Cons Of Each Protector

You Might Choose…

Protect-A-Bed if…

  • You want an encasement mattress that can be sealed to protect against bed bugs
  • You want a protector that is Certified Asthma and Allergy Friendly™ by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA)
  • You want a super snug fit on your mattress (protector comes in two depth options)
Protect-A-Bed AllerZip Smooth Mattress Protector Review

Protect-A-Bed protector

Luna if…

  • You want to spend less than $100 on a protector
  • You want a protector that is easy to get on and off your bed (fitted-style sheet)
  • You want a cotton terry surface material
  • You have a thicker mattress – can fit up to 18 inches
  • You want your protector to be made in the USA
Luna Premium Mattress Protector`

Luna protector

Protect-A-Bed Vs. Luna

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From material to fit, these two protectors are very different. Deciding which protector is right for you will come down to your needs.

If you are looking for a mattress protector that is waterproof, easy to take on and off your bed and priced reasonably, then you will probably like the Luna protector.

Luna Premium Mattress Protector

Luna protector

Luna’s cotton terry protector can fit thicker mattresses and is easy to machine wash and dry. It will protect your mattress from water on the surface and keep general dust and allergens at bay.

Protect-A-Bed AllerZip protector is a great choice for people who have a serious need to keep bed bugs, dust, allergens and liquid damage far away.

This is an especially good choice for those with the following need:

  • Keep bedbugs away at all costs
  • Suffer from major allergy or asthma issues
  • Have the potential for a lot of water/liquid on their mattress
Protect-A-Bed AllerZip Smooth Mattress Protector Review

Protect-A-Bed Allerzip protector

Protect-A-Bed Allerzip has the option to completely seal off your mattress. It is also listed as a medical device and has been certified and lab tested to keep your mattress truly protected from allergens and asthma.

It is also nearly twice as expensive as the Luna protector and costs more than $100 when regularly priced.

Personally, I would choose the Protect-A-Bed Allerzip over the Luna protector. It had a better overall fit with my mattress and I think the price is worth it for the quality of the product.

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Mattress Protector Reviews: SafeRest Vs. Linenspa

SafeRest and Linenspa mattress protectors are both thin, lightweight and – most importantly – waterproof and hypoallergenic. They have a lot of in common, but each protector has its own details that help set it apart. Read on for my full review.

Key Similarities

  • Fitted sheet style (protection on five sides)
  • Waterproof and Hypoallergenic surface
  • Dust mite protector
  • Machine washable, tumble low dry heat; do not bleach, iron or dry clean
  • Vinyl, PVC and Phthalate free
  • Can fit mattresses up to 18 inches thick
SafeRest Premium Mattress Protector Review

SafeRest protector

Key Differences

Saferest:

  • Offers a soft cotton terry surface
  • Invisa-Shield ™ technology which is supposed to protect your mattress without being able to feel it under your sheets
  • Retails regularly for $69.95 (Queen) but is often discounted

SafeRest Premium Mattress Protector Review

Linenspa:

  • 100% polyester material (no cotton terry)
  • Fully elasticized fitted sheet for close fit to any mattress
  • Retails regularly for $84.99 (Queen) but is often discounted

Linenspa Premium Mattress Protector Review

Pros and Cons of Each Protector

You Might Choose…

SafeRest if…

  • You want a cotton terry material under your sheets
  • You want a thin and lightweight protector
  • You want a protector with a 200+ Wash Durability Rating

You can read the full SafeRest Mattress Protector review here.

SafeRest Premium Mattress Protector Review

SafeRest mattress protector

Linenspa if…

  • You want a fitted waterproof protector that is the same material across the whole protector
  • You want the option to add pillow protectors as well (Linenspa sells mattress and pillow protectors)
  • You want a strong elastic grip around the edges of the protector to hold onto mattresses up to 18-inches thick
  • You want a thin and noiseless protector

You can read the full Linenspa Mattress Protector review here.

Linenspa Premium Mattress Protector Review

Linenspa mattress protector

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If you are in the market for a thin, virtually noiseless and waterproof fitted mattress protectors under $100 then both the SafeRest and the Linenspa protectors are great options.

Personally, I found the Linenspa protector to be a better fit for my 10-inch Casper mattress.

Linenspa Premium Mattress Protector Review

I preferred the 100% polyester material over the cotton terry of the SafeRest. I wasn’t able to feel it under my sheets and the stronger elastic of the Linenspa protector held the protector to my mattress snugly, which generated left shift and noise than the SafeRest protector.

Both protectors are easy to care for and come with detailed instructions (that are relatively the same). Avoid drying your protector on a high heat so it retains its waterproof properties.

The Linenspa protector is slightly more expensive than SafeRest, but both can be found heavily discounted on retail sites like Amazon.

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