Did you know that the average pillow can double its weight in just a few short years?
Pillows are a breeding ground for mold spore, dust mites and their fecal remains, and pet dander. Why would you continue to expose your respiratory system, lungs and skin to such punishment?
Pillow covers are used to prevent allergens, toxins, and insect infestations from affecting your sleep experience. They are also used to extend the life of a new pillow purchase by preventing any sort of build-up of these types of unwanted materials.
If you have recently purchased a pillow, you can extend the life and cleanliness of your new pillow by encasing it in a bed bug pillow cover.
If bed bugs are a concern, then a pillow cover is the best defense in preventing bed bugs from hiding in the ticking edges or other areas that a smooth launderable cover can prevent.
If you are a frequent traveler, remember that no hotel provides you with a new pillow upon your arrival. The pillow you will be sleeping on will likely contain left off skin, hair and other debris from previous travelers. Bring a cover with you to turn that unwanted debris into a clean healthy sleep experience.
Pillow covers are a smart investment to insure a deep, restful rejuvenating sleep environment.