Hospitology Products Microfiber Quilted Mattress Pad
Last updated date: February 5, 2020
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Smooth and soft microfiber material makes this mattress pad stand out. Microfiber is very durable and excellent at repelling stains, so this pad is great for kids. Box stitching prevents the filling from clumping. In our analysis of 116 expert reviews, the Hospitology Products Hospitology Products Quilted Mattress Pad placed 4th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
Hospitology Products Upgrade your sleep experience with the quilted pillowtop mattress pad by Hospitology. This heavenly microfiber mattress topper from Hospitology is made with brushed microfiber polyester, a remarkable fabric that combines the softness of natural fibers like cotton, with the durability and hypoallergenic qualities of polyester. The mattress pad is super plush, with an industry leading 24oz/yd2 of down alternative polyester filling. Use this topper on almost any mattress to instantly create a luxurious pillowtop sleep surface. The dual-stretch side panels wrap around your mattress like a fitted sheet, and can accommodate a mattress thickness of up to 18". Hospitology designs and manufactures sleep products to improve the quality of your sleep experience through science. We use high-tech fabrics and knowledge of sleep medicine to create products meant to promote better sleep. The key to staying in deep sleep is to reduce factors that cause your body to re-position itself while sleeping, including pressure points on muscles and joints from awkward sleeping positions. We use the highest quality fabrics and fillings to promote plush sleeping environments and ultra-soft sleep surfaces, like this quilted mattress pad. This Queen-size mattress topper measures 60” wide x 80” long and fits standard queen beds. Care Instructions: This mattress topper is machine washable and dryable, but may be too large for some home washing machines and dryers. Do not wash in a small machine, as this can damage your mattress pad. Clean professionally if needed, especially for difficult stains. Please follow all included care instructions to maintain your mattress topper's best condition. Our Sleep Science Did you know that restful sleep can not only prolong your life, but also improve all aspects of your day to day performance? Increased energy, better memory and mood, and even a healthier, slimmer body can all achieved through better sleep. Studies show that quality, uninterrupted sleep can decrease rates of disease, reduce body fat, help you function better at work, and make you more productive in general. At Hospitology, our goal is to combine quality fabrics and unique designs with our knowledge of sleep science to create outstanding bedding that will help you sleep comfortably and soundly every night. Duvet Insert Tag Microfiber Hypoallergenic The Science of Sleep ... Using technical and hypoallergenic fabrics, the Heavenly Mattress Topper by Hospitology promotes healthful sleep with an attractive and modern design. Mattress Topper Hypoallergenic Pad Soft Plush Sleep Down Alternative Box Stitched Brushed Microfiber Shell Fabric Combining the durability and hypoallergenic qualities of synthetic technical fabrics with the softness of cotton, our unique process disrupts only the fibers on the surface of the fabric to create a soft layer floating on top of the durable base layer. Through the use lightweight and breathable materials, our microfiber comforter helps maintain your body temperature for the ideal sleeping climate by allowing free circulation of cooling air to your body while maintaining warmth when needed. Mattress Topper Down Alternative Hypoallergenic Soft Plush Sleep Cooling Back Pain Overstuffed Hypoallergenic Filling We use an industry-leading 24 oz of filling in our heavenly mattress topper to envelop you in a cloud of softness. Our goose down alternative filling is 100% hypoallergenic to promote better breathing and healthful sleep. Mattress Topper Hypoallergenic Pad Soft Plush Sleep Down Alternative Box Stitched Box-Stitched Construction Box-stitching prevents shifting of filling and promotes a clean, even, and flat surface. This reduces cold and hot spot variability and promotes an even sleep temperature, while also ensuring that the filling will not clump during use or washing. Mattress Topper Hypoallergenic Soft Plush Microfiber Down alternative Extra Deep 2-Way Stretch Skirt Designed to fit and hug even the deepest mattress, the skirt of the mattress toppers utilizes a 2-way stretch fabric to hold the topper in place while you sleep and make up your bed. It fits mattresses up to 18” deep.
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An Overview On Mattress Pads
A nice cushy mattress makes it easy to relax at the end of a long day — but the price tag on mattresses with built-in toppers can spike your stress levels. Luckily, you don’t have to buy a pricey luxury mattress to enjoy that cloud-like feel. Mattress pads can help you rest easier for a fraction of the cost of replacing your current mattress.
Mattress pads come in a variety of fabrics. Cotton, polyester and cotton-poly blends are the most common options. Cotton mattress pads are very breathable but might absorb stains or shrink in the wash. Polyester is a tough fabric that won’t shrink or tear as easily as other options. It also dries quickly for easier cleaning. Cotton-poly blends combine the breathability of cotton with the sturdiness of polyester. You might also see microfiber mattress pads. These pads are super soft, lightweight and quick-drying.
Mattress pads also use a variety of filler materials. Natural fillers like down are lightweight and warm, but they’re also expensive and difficult to care for. Plush polyester gives a similar feel without the added cost or tricky care instructions that come with natural fillers. Most synthetic fillers are also hypoallergenic, so they’re great for people with allergies or sensitive skin.
Your mattress pad’s stitching can affect how comfortable it is. Without solid stitching, your mattress pad’s filler can clump up in one section. Box stitching will add some much-needed stability to your mattress pad, preventing uncomfortable lumps.
Now that you’ve got your mattress pad basics down, check out our Tips & Advice to help you make your final decision.
DYWM Fun Fact
Mattress pads can save you a bundle when you’re trying to make your current mattress more comfortable. But if you’ve got money to burn, you could spend it on the world’s most expensive mattress: the Palais Royale by Kluft.
This American-made mattress is handcrafted with ten separate layers of silk, cashmere, mohair and New Zealand wool. Each spring is individually wrapped in hand-sewn cotton. All of these features come together to create a medium-firm mattress that retails between $40,000 and $60,000. Even the priciest mattress pad can’t compete with that!
The Mattress Pad Buying Guide
- Your mattress pad won’t be very useful if it doesn’t fit over your bed. Carefully measure your mattress’s length, width and depth and compare those measurements to the pad’s measurements before you buy. Relying on the classic twin, full, queen and king designations might not help if you have a very deep mattress that needs extra coverage.
- You’ll want to clean your mattress pad regularly to keep dust mites and allergens at bay. Read your mattress pad’s care instructions before you throw it in the washing machine — some pads need to be washed and dried at lower temperatures to maintain their shape.
- If you have a deeper mattress, consider purchasing some elastic straps to fit around the corners of your mattress pad. These will help it stay in place, especially when you’re removing and replacing your bedsheets.