Mattress Protectors

Why do we protect our Mattress and Pillow?


Every night the human body loses a huge amount of fluids through the mouth, skin pores, millions of skin flakes and dead cells. mattress and pillows become infected with dust mites and bacteria, which are the main cause of asthma, eczema, and allergy. Human body dialyzing are the main food for this fungus. to get a clean and hygienic sleep you have to protect your Mattress.

A Mattress protector protects the mattress from dust, liquids and increases the comfort of the bed.


There are two types of mattress and pillows protectors:

  • Fiber quilted with non woven on the back side which is water repellent having cross elastic on four corners or having side frill.
  • Terry cloth with PU coating on the back side. This is water resistant. And having a property of breath ability. It also comes with two options (having cross elastic on four corners or having side frill.)
Mattress Protector
Metron Mattress Protector

What does Mattress and Pillow Protector do?



A Mattress protector accomplishes four things:

  • Keeps the mattress clean. Human bodies are pretty gross. We all perspire at night. We all produce oil from our skins. Some of us wear makeup. We all also shed dead skin cells. There are other activities that can produce a “wet spot” on the bed. All of this can soak through your sheets and into the mattress. Once a little gets into your mattress, it’s almost impossible to get it out of your mattress. A mattress protector prevents any of that from getting into the mattress and can be taken off and washed.
  • Keeps the mattress feeling in “like new” condition for longer. Perspiration (or any moisture, like spilling a drink) will wear down the foams in the mattress, shortening the comfort life. It’s a similar effect to a kitchen sponge after too many uses. Even if only a little moisture gets through, after years of every night use that adds up. You will need to replace your mattress more quickly without the protector.
  • Helps prevent dust mite allergies from acting up. Dust mite allergies are very common and can lead to issues such as sneezing, runny nose, wheezing, and shortness of breath. Dust mites eat dead skin cells, and there will be dead skin cells in your mattress if you don’t use a protector.
  • Helps protect the warranty. The stain will void the warranty. Even if the stain has nothing to do with the warranty issue, it still voids the warranty.