Tuesday, October 20, 2015
The most common use would be from bed wetting. This is a medical condition that can affect both adults and children and is often fairly embarrassing for the patient, young or old.
This linen can also protect the mattress from bloody menstrual leakage. Menstrual leakage can also be extremely embarrassing for teenage girls and even older women, not to mention that it can stain a mattress. Stains on a mattress can void the warranty. The best way to keep from voiding the warranty is by using waterproof linen on all mattresses in a home.
Yet another usage would be in nursing home situations. They would protect the mattress from drool, urine, feces, blood, and sweat, and make morning clean up a breeze.
If used on a teenager’s bed and they spill their sticky and staining soda, their mattress would be protected, and they would not have to worry about letting it dry before getting back to an afternoon study session.
Another great place would be in a college dorm. A late night cram session with pizza and coffee could be disastrous to the mattress, but if the dorm mattress is preemptively protected, then there is not too much to worry about.
Furnished apartments are becoming more popular in cities. Keeping that mattress protected can be a pain and difficult without waterproof mattress protector, and if it is not protected, the lessee could lose their deposit.
Hotel bedding can be iffy and possibly gross if not protected, especially in budget hotels, but waterpoof mattress covers can help reduce the wear and tear on expensive mattresses. Waterproof linen has so many great and wonderful uses.
by: Palmetto Linen