Protect-A-Bed AllerZip’s encasement mattress protector will spare your mattress from allergens and bed bugs. Luna’s mattress protector will keep you comfortable with its cotton terry surface and fitted sheet style. So, which one is the best for you and your mattress? Read on to find out.
- Waterproof surface
- Dust mite and allergen protection
- Machine washable, tumble low dry heat
- Vinyl, PVC, and Phthalate free
- Unique and diverse sizing options – including mattress protectors for a sofa or an RV
- 15-year warranty
- Encasement mattress with Six-Sided Miracle Membrane® barrier that prevents mold, mildew, dust mites, pet dander, and pollen
- 100% polyester sleep surface
- Two depths to choose from (6-inch or 9-inch)
- Certified Asthma and Allergy Friendly™ by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA)
- Certified bed bug proof
- Categorized as an FDA Class 1 Medical Device
- Multiple sizes available, including sofa protectors
- Queen size retails for ~$129.95 (See current pricing on Amazon)
You can read the full Protect-A-Bed Mattress Protector review here.
- Fitted sheet style (protection on five sides)
- Hypoallergenic cotton terry surface fabric
- Can fit mattresses up to 18 inches thick
- Sizing: Luna’s come in a variety of special sizes, including Full XL and RV Short Queen
- Luna offers Invis-Lay Protection which is also intended to protect your mattress without being detected under your sheets.
- Made in the USA
- Queen size retails for ~$69.95 (See current pricing on Amazon)
You can read the full Luna Mattress Protector review here.
Pros and Cons Of Each Protector
You Might Choose…
- You want an encasement mattress that can be sealed to protect against bed bugs
- You want a protector that is Certified Asthma and Allergy Friendly™ by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA)
- You want a super snug fit on your mattress (protector comes in two depth options)
- You want to spend less than $100 on a protector
- You want a protector that is easy to get on and off your bed (fitted-style sheet)
- You want a cotton terry surface material
- You have a thicker mattress – can fit up to 18 inches
- You want your protector to be made in the USA
From material to fit, these two protectors are very different. Deciding which protector is right for you will come down to your needs.
If you are looking for a mattress protector that is waterproof, easy to take on and off your bed and priced reasonably, then you will probably like the Luna protector.
Luna’s cotton terry protector can fit thicker mattresses and is easy to machine wash and dry. It will protect your mattress from water on the surface and keep general dust and allergens at bay.
Protect-A-Bed AllerZip protector is a great choice for people who have a serious need to keep bed bugs, dust, allergens and liquid damage far away.
This is an especially good choice for those with the following need:
- Keep bedbugs away at all costs
- Suffer from major allergy or asthma issues
- Have the potential for a lot of water/liquid on their mattress
Protect-A-Bed Allerzip has the option to completely seal off your mattress. It is also listed as a medical device and has been certified and lab tested to keep your mattress truly protected from allergens and asthma.
It is also nearly twice as expensive as the Luna protector and costs more than $100 when regularly priced.
Personally, I would choose the Protect-A-Bed Allerzip over the Luna protector. It had a better overall fit with my mattress and I think the price is worth it for the quality of the product.
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