It's important to protect your mattress from the time
that it is unwrapped upon delivery to your home.
Prevent bedbugs from entering your new mattress
and box spring by sealing the mattress in a
HealthGuard Mattress Encasement.
HealthGuard Mattress Encasement products provide
relief from worry about infestations. When you encase
your mattress and box spring, any pests inside are trapped and because they are deprived of their food
source, they die off over
time. New pests are
prevented from entering your mattress too.
For best results, do not remove the encasement
for 12 months to ensure that pests do not escape.
Bed bugs are small insects that feed on the blood of
mammals and birds Adult bed bugs are oval, wingless
and rusty red colored, and have flat bodies, antennae
and small eyes. They are visible to the naked eye, but
often hide in cracks and crevices. When bed bugs
feed, their bodies swell and become a brighter red.
In homes, bed bugs feed primarily on the blood of
humans, usually at night when people are sleeping.
No mattress encasement or protector can rid your
home of these pests once they are present. Despite
their name, bedbugs make homes in carpeting,
furniture, bed frames, drapes, picture frames,
wallpaper, and other areas near their human hosts.
Use of HealthGuard Mattress Encasements should
be a central part of your bedbug control strategy.
If bedbugs and other mattress pests are present in
your home, be sure to consult pest control
and other resources to understand how to clean
your home thoroughly.
can be used proactively for the early detection of Bed Bugs
can prevent bed bugs from getting inside the mattress
can be used to protect replacement beds
can be used to salvage infested beds
can greatly aid in controlling bed bugs in an infested dwelling
prevents bed bugs from infesting your mattress
velcro self-locking zipper and internal flap
advanced tight fitting stretch knit fabric easy slide on and off
machine wash and dry