Hospitology Products Sleep Defense System Pillow Protectors

Last updated date: September 19, 2020

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Hospitology Products Sleep Defense System Pillow Protectors

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In our analysis of 0 expert reviews, the Hospitology Products Hospitology Products Sleep Defense System Pillow Protectors placed 5th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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From The Manufacturer

Set of two 100% waterproof zippered pillow encasement - King size (20” x 36”). Prevent saliva, sweat and other body fluids from damaging your pillow. Extra-soft polyester knit fabric is cool and comfortable; breathable waterproof membrane won't trap heat. Help ease asthma and other respiratory conditions by blocKing allergens as you sleep. Machine washable - Tumble dry low - 5-Year Limited Manufacturer’s Warranty.

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An Overview On Pillow Protectors

If you’ve invested in a high-quality pillow, it’s important to extend its life by using a pillow protector. This covering goes under the pillow case, completely covering the pillow and zipping up on one side, to keep out dust mites, mold, mildew, pollen and other allergens, in addition to sweat, drool and other liquids.

There a few different types of pillow protectors. Hypoallergenic pillow protectors are designed to reduce irritants for those who suffer from allergies.  Dust, pollen pet dander and even dead skin cells can cause some people to get itchy and watery eyes or a runny nose at night. Using a hypoallergenic pillow protector and washing it often ensures you have uninterrupted sleep. A waterproof pillow protector has a soft outer layer and a waterproof inner layer. It’s used for preventing stains on your pillow, and keeping it free of any odors from perspiration and saliva. If you sleep particularly warm, then a temperature-regulating pillow protector is right for you. The fabric is designed for optimal airflow and doesn’t trap in heat, keeping you cool at night.

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The biggest benefit to using a pillow protector is prolonging the life of your pillow. This is especially key for high-end pillows or specialty pillows. By keeping away all liquids, including perspiration and saliva, in addition to allergens, you can keep your pillow fresh and clean.

Keep in mind that some pillow protectors can be a bit noisy, especially ones made from a vinyl material. This can disturb some sleepers. Some pillow protectors can also trap air inside, which makes the pillow protector balloon up. This can also be a disruptive during sleep.

The Pillow Protector Buying Guide

  • When looking for a pillow protector, consider your main goal. Do you want to keep out allergens so you don’t end up sniffling and sneezing at night or are you more concerned about keeping sweat and saliva away from your pillow? Consider the main purpose of your pillow protector, which will help you choose the right materials.
  • Cotton is a common material for pillow protectors. It’s a natural, breathable and soft material that is ideal for people with skin sensitivities. However, cotton generally does not wick moisture and can build up allergens if not washed frequently. Polyester is a highly durable material that is fast drying, so it’s helpful if you sleep warm and sweaty. It’s also easy to keep clean and is budget-friendly. Tencel lyocell and bamboo materials are naturally hypoallergenic and wick away moisture.
  • Waterproof pillow protectors are either made from a thin polyurethane fabric or vinyl. When buying a waterproof pillow protector, it’s important to look for a breathable fabric that does not cause you to get hot at night. Sometimes, vinyl or plastic materials can retain heat.
  • Ensure that the pillow protector has a secure zipper. This will keep out all allergens and liquids. The pillow protector should also be washing machine and tumble dryer friendly, so you can easily keep it clean.