Because not all mattress protectors are created equal
The Luna Difference
Cotton Terry Surface
Many competitors use woven cotton in their products, but fail to use Natural Cotton Terry due to the increased cost and complexity of the manufacturing process. No other mattress protector surface offers the natural coolness and absorbency of cotton terry surface.
Our mattress covers repel water while allowing air to pass through much like the properties of human skin. This insures that your mattress is able to breathe extending its life and your investment.
Luna Just Right
Our mattress protectors offer an elastic fitted sheet style border creating a perfect fit no matter if your mattress is 8 thick or 18 (applies to our mattress protector products).
The surface of our mattress covers are designed not to interfere with the current feel of your mattress. No matter if your mattress is a firm or pillow top, it will still have the same feel after our protector is applied.
Phthalate, Vinyl, & PVC Free
Our mattress protectors contain no phthalate, vinyl or pvc. Vinyl mattress protectors and encasements do a great job of protecting a mattress from fluids, but do not breathe making them hot to sleep on.
Designed & Manufactured in the US
We are proud to say that all of our products are made right here in the United States of America. With all the horror stories we hear in the news about imported products, itâ€™s assuring to know that you and your family are protected. Manufacturing in the U.S.A also allows us to create jobs domestically and to monitor the quality of our products first hand. We have and will continue to always make our protectors domestically even as many of our competitors have moved overseas.
Top 6 Reasons Why You Need a Mattress Protector
Allergy / Dust Mites
Considered one of the top triggers of allergy ailments, dust mites can rapidly multiply and make residence inside your mattress living off millions of human skin flakes. The feces byproduct from dust mites is often problematic for people with asthma and allergies. Dust mites, along with fungus, bacteria and mold, can create the perfect storm of allergy triggers causing chronic health issues. Learn More
Hygiene and Sleep Perspiration
The average person perspires 4 gallons a month while sleeping, which often passes through the sheets and into the mattress. Once inside the mattress odors, bacteria and fungus can begin to grow ultimately creating health issues and an unsanitary sleep environment.
Our best friends love us, but sometimes they mistake our bed for an ideal bathroom spot. Once urine passes through the sheets and into the mattress, the ammonia from the urine trapped inside can attract them back again and again. The smell of cat urine is so strong that a just a few uninvited visits to an unprotected mattress can ruin your mattress.
Its just a fact of life that accidents do happen and once they do, the mattress can become extremely unsanitary. This often happens not only to the childs mattress, but to other mattresses in the home where the child may occasionally sleep. The smell of urine can linger for quite some time and is difficult, if not impossible, to fully clean.
Its just a fact of life that accidents do happen and once they do, the mattress can become extremely unsanitary. This often happens not only to the childs mattress, but to other mattresses in the home where the child may occasionally sleep. The smell of urine can.
Having made an impressive comeback over the last few years; bed bugs seem to be here to stay. These blood sucking parasites, visible to the naked eye, are often carried home after stays in hotels on clothing or suitcases. Bed bugs can cause itchy rashes and can breed, live and defecate in your mattress. Once bed bugs have entrenched deep inside your mattress they are difficult to eradicate. Learn More