How to maintain a machine washable mattress protector?

If you know that your mattress protector is machine washable, then you can follow the instructions below.


Step 1: Always check the label

When cleaning a machine washable mattress protector, be sure to check the detailed information on the care instructions label. Doing so will tell you everything you need to know:


The temperature of the water you should (or shouldn't) use

The best drying cycle

Do you recommend any special washing methods

Step 2: Cleaning

Put the mattress protector alone or with similar materials (such as sheets or soft clothing) in the washing machine. But we know that you may have some follow-up questions to determine which washing effect is best.


What temperature of the water should I use? Coldwater is preferred because it prevents any fiber shrinkage. If you have seen a beloved sweater from a perfect fit to how I should wear it, then you may have learned your lesson when washing delicate things with hot water.

What kind of detergent should I use to clean my mattress cover? Use a mild detergent without any built-in softener. Why? Because softeners can actually affect your mattress’s ability to absorb all the bad things you want to stay away from the mattress (we are studying the stains of your breakfast in bed).

What washing cycle is best for mattress protectors? It’s best to use some TLC to deal with your beloved sleep protector-set your washing machine to "delicate" or "gentle" to ensure that your mattress cover is thoroughly washed without going through a (literally) wringer.


Then, after the first washing cycle is over, add another rinsing cycle to the washing machine to ensure that all the washing powder is used up. Dry cleaning agents in the mattress protection material can irritate your skin through your sheets and may cause mold and mildew. Talk about a nightmare!

When cleaning the mattress protector, use our incredibly durable and comfortable waterproof mattress protector to make cleaning easy. Our latest model of mattress protector is stain-proof, splash-proof, and waterproof, keeping your mattress intact and helping you rest easily at night.


Step 3: Drying time

Once your mattress protector is clean and tidy, you should make it beautiful and dry before it restores its protective function. This step is important because if too much moisture remains in the fabric, your mattress may become a dark side-that is, it may invite bacteria and mold to camp on your bed.


There are several ways to safely dry the mattress protector, including:


Dry in the dryer. As we mentioned, heat shrinks and damages this protective mattress cover. To avoid changing from a large protective sleeve to twins, please stick to the low-temperature setting. Don't be afraid to let your mattress sit in the dryer for a period of time to ensure maximum dryness.

Air dry in the sun. If you have a clothesline in your backyard, let your mattress protector soak in the sun and absorb all those wonderful fresh air smells. Your mattress protector will dry out within a few hours and bring that unparalleled sun-warm fabric smell to your bedroom.

Use a fan. Hang the mattress protector in front of the big fan, but first, make sure that the fan blades have been cleaned. Dust will quickly accumulate on the fan, and when the blades start to rotate, your mattress protector may change from fresh and clean to musty and dusty. You may need to rotate the mattress protector so that the fan can dry every part of its surface.