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Do You Need a Mattress Protector? Benefits of Nest Mattress Protectors

Do You Need a Mattress Protector? Benefits of Nest Mattress Protectors

What's the very first thing that you should do when you welcome a new mattress into your bedroom?

Some of you may have just said, "Put new sheets on it!" Others of you may have answered, "Buy new pillows for it!"

And while these are both good responses, they're not the answer we were looking for. Instead, the first thing you should do when you get a new mattress is—drumroll, please—stick a new mattress protector like the Nest Bedding® TENCEL™ Lyocell Jersey Mattress Protector on it.

Do you need a mattress protector? Technically, no. You don't have to put a mattress protector on your bed if you really don't want to for some reason.

But you're going to be making a huge mistake if you choose to go in this direction. There are so many big benefits of using a mattress protector that you'll miss out on.

Here are some of the advantages of using the best mattress protector you can find on your new mattress.

Stops Dirt, Dust, and Debris From Coming Into Contact With Your Mattress

The second that you bring a new mattress into your bedroom, it's going to be under constant attack. There is going to be dirt, dust, and all kinds of other debris that will land on it and harm it if you're not careful.

You can get rid of some of this dirt, dust, and debris by vacuuming your mattress on a regular basis. You can also keep it away from your mattress for the most part by sticking fresh sheets on your bed about once every week or so.

But the only way to ensure that dirt, dust, and debris aren't able to get direct access to your mattress whenever they want is by covering it with a mattress protector. When you put something like the Nest Bedding® TENCEL™ Lyocell Jersey Encasement Mattress Protector on your bed, it'll keep dirt, dust, and debris at bay.

Prevents Liquids From Staining Your Mattress and Getting Deep Down Into It

You shouldn't ever allow any liquids to come anywhere close to your new mattress. You're going to be asking for trouble if you drink beverages in bed or have liquids in the area of your bed for any other reason.

But just in case you ever do have liquids that land on your bed, you'll be glad to have a waterproof mattress protector in place to protect it. A mattress protector will stop liquids from staining your mattress, and it'll also stop them from working their way down into your mattress where they could cause mold to grow.

Keeps Dust Mites Away From Your Mattress and Helps Those With Allergies

Did you know that the average mattress has anywhere from 10,000 to—get this—10 million dust mites crawling around in it? Good luck sleeping on your mattress tonight after learning that "fun" fact!

Fortunately, you won't have to worry about dealing with any dust mites in your new mattress as long as you buy a mattress protector for it. You can keep them away from your mattress by putting any of the Nest Bedding® bed protectors on it.

You also won't have to worry about your allergies acting up on you when you're lying down on your new mattress. The best mattress protector will serve as a hypoallergenic barrier for you and prevent you from suffering allergic reactions.

Cools You Off When You're Lying Down on Your Mattress

Are you tired of waking up in a pool of sweat at night? If you're doing it simply because you're getting too hot at night and not because of a medical condition, purchasing a mattress protector for your new mattress could stop all of your nighttime sweating from occurring.

There are special mattress protectors, like this Nest Bedding® COOL. Mattress Protector, that are built to cool you off while you sleep at night. You'll be cool, calm, and collected all night long when you sleep on a mattress protector like this.

Makes Your Mattress More Comfortable Than It Would Be Otherwise

There are some people who are concerned that a mattress protector might make their new mattress uncomfortable. They wonder, "Do you need a mattress protector?", because they don't want to buy a mattress protector that's going to hurt the comfort levels of their new mattress.

But these people are happy to learn that a mattress protector will not make a mattress uncomfortable in the least. In fact, mattress protectors are designed to be every bit as soft and comfortable as people want and need them to be.

You can make your new mattress even more comfortable than it would be otherwise by placing a mattress protector on it. You'll be amazed by how much better you feel when you lie down on it at night.

Extends the Lifespan of Your Mattress and Saves You Money

Generally speaking, the average mattress will last for about 10 years before needing to be replaced. But you could end up having to replace your new mattress much sooner than that if you don't take good care of it.

Putting a mattress protector on your new mattress is one simple way to extend its lifespan. Doing it will also save you money in the long run since you won't have to replace your mattress anytime soon.

Stop Asking, "Do You Need a Mattress Protector?", and Buy One Today

If you just bought a new mattress, you probably paid a pretty penny for it. It's why you might ask, "Do you really need a mattress protector?", when someone suggests the idea to you. The last thing you want to do is spend more money right now.

But in reality, "Do you need a mattress protector?" shouldn't even be a question that you ask. There is no question that you need a mattress protector for your new mattress. It'll provide you with all the benefits we just listed and so much more.

We invite you to check out the mattress protectors that we have available and encourage you to pick one up for your new mattress. Contact us if you would like to learn more about any of them or place an order for one.