SafeRest and Linenspa mattress protectors are both thin, lightweight and – most importantly – waterproof and hypoallergenic. They have a lot of in common, but each protector has its own details that help set it apart. This side-by-side comparison will highlight the main similarities and differences between the two protectors to help people make a more informed decision.
- Fitted sheet style (protection on five sides)
- Waterproof and Hypoallergenic surface
- Dust mite protector
- Machine washable, tumble low dry heat; do not bleach, iron or dry clean
- Vinyl, PVC and Phthalate free
- Can fit mattresses up to 18 inches thick
- Offers a soft cotton terry surface
- Invisa-Shield ™ technology which is supposed to protect the mattress without being able to feel it under the sheets
- Retails regularly for $69.95 (Queen) but is often discounted (See current pricing on Amazon)
- 100% polyester material (no cotton terry)
- Fully elasticized fitted sheet for close fit to any mattress
- Retails regularly for $84.99 (Queen) but is often discounted (See current pricing on Amazon)
Pros and Cons of Each Protector
Who Might Want The SafeRest…
- Those who want a cotton terry material under the sheets
- People who want a thin and lightweight protector
- Those who want a protector with a 200+ Wash Durability Rating
The full SafeRest Mattress Protector review is available here.
Who Might Want The Linenspa…
- Those who want a fitted waterproof protector that is the same material across the whole protector
- People who want the option to add pillow protectors as well (Linenspa sells mattress and pillow protectors)
- Those who want a strong elastic grip around the edges of the protector to hold onto mattresses up to 18-inches thick
- People who want a thin and noiseless protector
The full Linenspa Mattress Protector review is available here.
For people who are in the market for a thin, virtually noiseless and waterproof fitted mattress protectors under $100 will find both the SafeRest and the Linenspa protectors to be great options.
I preferred the 100% polyester material over the cotton terry of the SafeRest. I wasn’t able to feel it under my sheets and the stronger elastic of the Linenspa protector held the protector to my mattress snugly, which generated left shift and noise than the SafeRest protector.
Both protectors are easy to care for and come with detailed instructions (that are relatively the same). Avoid drying the protector on a high heat so it retains its waterproof properties.
The Linenspa protector is slightly more expensive than SafeRest, but both can be found heavily discounted on retail sites like Amazon.
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