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Covers for a thin latex topper 08 Feb 2016 21:07 #11

No I do not have any affiliation, just passing on my personal experience. I live in Rhode Island, am retired, and do not own any stock in London Bridge Linens. I have bought several of their linen products, and it comes in handy to know a buyer's experience with custom linen makers.
I do not find that using a polyurethane membrane interferes with the air flow, in the toppers that I have, nor has my husband commented on any difference. I just happen to stumble on to this website by accident, as I was shopping around for another type of encasement and noticed the question about a topper cover, but I actually didn't notice the date of the post. I usually do not partake in online forums, but I thought I was helping someone, and that they would benefit from my experience. If I broke any rules, my apologies. I think I misunderstood that this was general public form, and not a gathering of professionals, of which I am not, just a well informed consumer. I will be on my way.
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Maryann

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Covers for a thin latex topper 08 Feb 2016 21:23 #12

Hi Maryanimal,

I usually do not partake in online forums, but thought was helping someone, and that they would benefit from my experience. If I broke any rules, my apologies.


Thanks for the clarification.

You certainly didn't break any rules and I appreciate your comments and feedback. As you mentioned they may certainly be helpful for other members here that read them.

Your post was just somewhat unusual for a first post and there are many businesses that try to post here and link to their own websites as a form of advertising (which isn't allowed) so I thought it would be a good idea to ask you for confirmation that you weren't connected to them.

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Covers for a thin latex topper 08 Feb 2016 21:29 #13

Thanks for the quick reply Phoenix...I understand you must be vigilant, and also explain the rules, I may be out of my element here, Thanks again. Interesting website.
Regards,
Maryann

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Covers for a thin latex topper 08 Feb 2016 22:44 #14

Hi Maryanimal,

I spent some time looking at their website and I added London Bridge Linens to the reference post here for mattress encasements (they are the only one I'm aware of that can be custom sized) and also to one of the reference posts here for sheets and bedding because I saw that they also make custom sheets in any size and shape including split king sheets.

Thanks again for the heads up and for letting us know about them :)

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Covers for a thin latex topper 21 Mar 2017 20:11 #15

Hi DahliaM,

Post #4 here has some of the better options I know of for components including covers and a few calls should help you find what you want :)

Phoenix

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Covers for a thin latex topper 21 Mar 2017 23:26 #16

I'm looking for a 6" queen latex mattress encasement that has the zipper all the way around so I can take the top off. I'm disabled and live alone so I don't have help with the topper. Hope I'm using the site correctly. Thank you.

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Covers for a thin latex topper 22 Mar 2017 06:57 #17

I recall seeing those at mattresses dot net (Arizona Premium Mattress which is a member)

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Covers for a thin latex topper 22 Mar 2017 08:25 #18

Thanks so much. I've been searching so long. Some say a latex topper must be in a cover or it will flake. Sleep on green sells 1-3" latex toppers & covers but they say the covers aren't necessary.

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Covers for a thin latex topper 22 Mar 2017 12:46 #19

Hi dknarron,

Welcome to the Mattress Forum! :)

I'm looking for a 6" queen latex mattress encasement that has the zipper all the way around so I can take the top off

A quick glance at the Mattress Cover section of the Component Post #4 here shows that:
SleepEZ has a 6” cover with the zipper on the top with cotton quilted to organic wool (I’m not sure if it is as thin as you’d desire).
Mattresses.Net has a 6” top zippered cover (thanks Clutchless for the help!).
Sleep Like A Bear has a large selection.
FoamOrder.com has an organic encasement, but I think it is thicker than what you want.
Mattresses247 has a thin cover with a top zipper.

While this list is by no means complete, it should give you a good start with your search.

Some say a latex topper must be in a cover or it will flake. Sleep on green sells 1-3" latex toppers & covers but they say the covers aren't necessary.

I think you meant Sleep on Latex, not Sleep on Green. :)

While they are correct that many people order their foam and cover it with a sheet, I do personally prefer the added protection that a good mattress cover provides against oxidation from exposure to oxygen, ozone and ultraviolet light, and also the extra protection it provides from surface mechanical stresses.

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Covers for a thin latex topper 23 Mar 2017 13:44 #20

Thanks so much for the help Phoenix & Clutchless. That information was just what I needed. When I said I looked at sleep on Latex site for a thin cover, it also popped up as pure green. Got a little confused there and their covers were only 1-3". This is the most informative site I have ever found.

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