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Latex Layers Shifting 10 Mar 2020 12:28 #1

Hello, How do I keep the latex layers from coming apart?> Most all mattress encasements have terrible reviews or will not fit. I have an adjustable bed and the 2 x3" layers shift or bunch up in the corners. I have a good mattress pad but not encasement. I have another layer/topper in the works but I wish for now to keep these layers together. Thanks, Lindy

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Latex Layers Shifting 11 Mar 2020 13:03 #2

Our mattress covers are made to fit exactly the size of what you need in fact they are purposely cut a little tight to allow for some stretching. The covers hold the latex in place quite well. If you want to can always purchase a can of spray foam adhesive either online or from a local upholstery supply and just lightly spray between the layers and that will hold it in place. It's not an issue we get so a well made encasement is what you really need.

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