Premium Mattress Covers

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Premium Mattress Covers - Naturasil
Premium Mattress Covers
Premium Mattress Covers
Premium Mattress Covers

Premium Mattress Covers

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Premium Mattress Covers


If you suspect that you have bed bugs or scabies, the very first thing you should do is encase your mattresses and box springs in covers. Bed bugs prefer mattresses and box springs, as they provide a haven and easy access to their victims. Stopping them in this location is the first defense against bed bug infestation. This mattress cover also helps in cases of scabies or human itch mite infestation to protect you against re-infestation.


Our Premium Mattress Cover is made of a lightweight polyester knit fabric joined to an ultra-thin, allergen-proof Comfortech polyurethane membrane making this mattress encasement water-resistant. The fabric stretches as you move for supreme comfort making this an excellent allergen mattress cover for your bed.


Unlike many other mattress covers on the market, these mattress covers do not need tape to cover the zippers. They are bed bugs, mites, and scabies-proof. Once zippered around your mattress, they will help protect you and your family.

 Use 1 Each for Mattress & Box Spring Covers

Sizes available:

  • Crib 29"x52"x9"
  • Twin 39"x75"x9"
  • Twin Long 39"x 80"x9" (ideal for dorm rooms!)
  • Full 54" x 75"x9"
  • Queen 60"x 80"x9"
  • King 78" x 80"x9"


Note: Our Premium Mattress Covers can only protect you from bed bugs, mites, or scabies on your mattress. Please refer to the following for all-natural treatments for your skin and home: Bed Bugs or Scabies.




To treat bed bugs, mites, fleas, or scabies: treat the mattress with steam and vacuum and enclose it in a mattress cover. For best results, we recommend leaving the cover on permanently; at minimum, leave it on for 2-3 weeks.


Maintain Mattress Cover: Vacuum every 10 to 14 days to capture any allergens that may have gotten on the surface; consider using a HEPA vacuum or allergen-proof vacuum bag. You can also close the zipper and machine wash the encasing once or twice a year in HOT water. Tumble dry at the LOWEST setting. Do not bleach, iron, or dry clean.