Monday, October 28, 2013

A Baby Necessity...Sealy Allergy Protection Crib Mattress Pad Review

~Sponsored Post~
I was provided the below mentioned product in exchange for my honest review. 

There are some things that are complete necessities when you have a baby.  One of those being a crib mattress pad. But how in the world does one choose with so many choices. In fact when I searched Walmart.com I found 164 results. What in the world!?

So how does a parent choose. In the past 4 years I have purchased at least 5 myself. I must say I simply went off of cost. But I quickly learned that the cheapest definitely wasn't the best. Some were so thin that they tore as soon as I stretched it across the mattress. Others weren't truly thick enough to protect the mattress against those diaper leaks. Others tore up after 1 or 2 washes.

Another factor for our household is allergy protection. Maddox has significant allergies & asthma. And with a child laying on a mattress for 12+ hours at a time it is very important for us to protect them.

We recently received the Sealy Allergy Protection Crib Mattress Pad to try out.


Other than the fact that it is allergist recommended with a double layer of allergy protection I was most impressed with it's thickness & high quality. 
The fabric was so soft to the touch & it easily stretched around our crib mattress. 
I washed it before putting in on our bed & it looked just as good after washing and drying as when it came out of the package.

No fabric piling. No tears (because some I have used have torn after one wash). Absolutely perfect condition.




Features:

  • Allergen barrier helps protect against asthma instigators
  • A double layer of protections with a top microfiber and a bottom quilt
  • 100% waterproof barrier to protect against leaky messes
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Machine washable and dryer friendly
  • Fits USA standard crib mattresses and toddler beds
  • Premium SecureStay full fitted skirt stretches to wrap well under the mattress to prevent sliding or pulling and elasticized edge holds pad in place on crib mattress

Take my word for it, the cheapest mattress pad isn't the best. You will most likely save money by purchasing a higher quality one. One that is sure to fit right, one that truly protects your mattress. And one that it going to protect your child by being hypoallergenic. 

Buy It Here for $19.88

{Disclaimer: I was given the above mentioned product(s) for my review & host of this giveaway. I was in no other way compensated. The product itself didn't persuade my personal beliefs or views}



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Hennig said...

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