SecureSleep Bed Bug Box Springs Encasement Twin, Twin XL, Full, Queen
Bed bugs don't stand a biting chance with this SecureSleep™ anti-allergy and bedbug proof box spring protector, as it completely encases students box springs to reduce allergy triggers and bed bug penetration. Entomologist tested effective, SecureSlee box spring encasements feature a patent-pending technology micro-zipper closure and impermeable fabric to stop the penetration of bed bugs. SecureSleep, by Bedbug, provides guaranteed and complete bedding protection aimed at bed bugs, dust mites and bio-fluids in your mattress, pillow and boxspring.
SecureSleep Bed Bug Box Springs Encasement features:
- Available in Twin, Twin XL, Full, and Queen Sizes
- 100% Micro-Polyester
- Patent Pending Zipper Technology
- Entomologist Tested Effective & Hypoallergenic - Protection from Bed Bugs, Dust Mites, Pollen, and Allergens
- Machine Washable
- Manufacturer Lifetime Warranty and 21 Day 'No Questions Asked' Money Back Guarantee
- by SecureSleep by Bedbug
SecureSleep Bed Bug Box Springs Encasement includes:
- 1 - Box Springs Encasement
SecureSleep Bed Bug Box Springs Encasement dimensions:
- Twin 39" Wide x 75" Long x 9" Deep
- Twin XL 39" Wide x 80" Long x 9" Deep
- Full 54" Wide x 75" Long x 16" Deep
- Queen 60" Wide x 80" Long x 16" Deep
Where Do Bed Bugs Hide?
Bed bugs move very easily from room to room and can crawl as far as 200 feet in one day. In campus housing at college or boarding school, it’s easy to see how quickly bed bugs can spread if left unchecked. They are very crafty, and hide in cracks in floors, behind posters and picture frames, inside electrical outlets and of course in mattress and laundry left on the floor in a student's dorm room or campus apartment. Bed bugs love clutter.
Why Protect Your Box Springs Before You Have Bed Bugs?
Box Springs are one of the most vulnerable places in a student's bedding, allowing easy access for bed bugs. Covering a student's box springs and mattress SecureSleep encasements will prevent bed bugs from taking root in student bedding.
Why Protect Your Box Springs After You Have Bed Bugs?
Once it's confirmed a student does have a bed bug infestation, they need to take critical actions to resolve the problem quickly. Their college, university, or boarding school should be notified immediately so a reputable pest control company can be engaged. Students can then use a SecureSleep Box Spring Encasement to lock bed bugs inside where they will be unable to escape, preventing them from multiplying and feeding. Once a students box spring is protected with SecureSleep anti-bed bug encasements, they can continue to use it in complete comfort and security.
As important as it is for students at college and boarding school to live and sleep in a bed bug-free environment, it's also equally important to ensure students do not bring bed bugs home with them so it's best to use protective encasements or anti bed bug laundry bags when traveling between campus and home.
An Important Endorsement
SecureSleep by BedBug products have been exclusively endorsed by The American Sleep Association (ASA). The ASA is the top US sleep health organization, and conducted comprehensive testing in real-world sleep environments as well as a state-of-the-art sleep laboratory. The results? The ASA has certified that SecureSleep by BedBug products are the only ones they’ll recommend.
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