Mattress Protectors: SafeRest vs Luna

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Mattress protectors from SafeRest and Luna offer similar feels, levels of protection and price points. These five-sided mattress protectors will give people the peace of mind that the mattress will be spared from allergens and liquid damage. This comparison will jump into the details of each protector and go over the main similarities and differences.

Top Similarities

  • Fitted sheet style (protection on five sides)
  • Waterproof surface
  • Hypoallergenic cotton terry surface fabric
  • Dust mite protector
  • Machine washable, tumble low dry heat
  • Vinyl, PVC and Phthalate free
  • Can fit mattresses up to 18 inches thick
  • SafeRest offers Invisa-Shield Technology which is supposed to protect your mattress without being able to feel it under your sheets.
  • Luna offers Invis-Lay Protection which is also intended to protect your mattress without being detected under your sheets.

SafeRest Premium Mattress Protector Review

Key Differences

  • Luna is made in the U.S.A.
  • Warranties: Luna offers 15-year warranty while SafeRest offer a 10-year warranty
  • Sizing: SafeRest offers standard sizes while Luna’s come in a variety of special sizes, including Full XL and RV Short Queen

Luna Premium Mattress Protector

Pros and Cons Of Each Protector

Who Might Want The SafeRest…

  • Those who want a protector with a 200+ Wash Durability Rating.
  • People who want a 10-year warranty on your mattress protector.

The full SafeRest Mattress Protector review is available here.

Who Might Want The Luna…

  • Those who have a unique-sized mattress (like in an RV).
  • People who want a 15-year warranty on the mattress protector.
  • Those who want the protector to be made in the USA.

The full Luna Mattress Protector review is available here.

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In truth, these two mattress protectors are incredibly similar – they’re even priced the same (around $69.95 for a Queen size).

During my reviews, I was able to feel the cotton terry underneath my sheets with the Luna protector and I couldn’t feel it with the SafeRest protector.

Since both mattress protectors fit mattresses up to 18-inches they were both a little too big for my 10-inch mattress. Extra material typically generates more noise, shifting and increases the chances that you’ll feel the protector under the sheets.

The reason I felt the Luna protector under my sheets – and not the SafeRest protector – was the stronger elastic on the SafeRest protector that held the material closer to the mattress.

Even from photos, I can see much more material hanging off the sides of my mattress when I reviewed the Luna protector as compared to the SafeRest protector.

Luna Premium Mattress Protector
The extra material on the sides of my mattress generated shifting and crinkling

Nevertheless, both protectors passed the waterproof test, are made with cotton terry and a waterproof backing, and protector against dust mites and other allergens. They’re both simple to care for and affordably priced.

I would personally pick the SafeRest mattress protector over the Luna Premium mattress protector.

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SafeRest Premium Mattress Protector Review

However, if warranty length is important to you or you prefer products made in the U.S.A than the Luna mattress protector may be a better choice.

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Katie Golde

Katie manages the day to day operations of the Mattress Clarity news site and reviews sleep products in addition to writing and editing sleep news. She hails from Austin, where she lives with her growing family. She is a Certified Sleep Science Coach and has a master’s degree in Journalism from Northwestern University and has a background in health and science content. Her work can be found in print and online publications like Discover Magazine, USA Today and The Huffington Post.