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BedShield Can Be Used as a Mattresses or Box Spring Encasement

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BedShield features an expandable spandex gusset that allows the encasement to stretch between 7 and 15 inches in depth.

| August 11, 2011

CINCINNATI — BedShield features an expandable spandex gusset that allows the encasement to stretch between 7 and 15 inches in depth. These “one-size-fits-all-depths” encasements are specifically designed to be used as a mattress encasement or box spring encasement. The proprietary ShieldGuard fabric on the bottom of the encasements prevents tearing due to abrasion caused by the box spring. Other BedShield features include: anti-allergen; breathable; soft sleep surface; 100% woven polyester; waterproof; and mattress stain resistant. BedShield is a Cincinnati, Ohio-based protective bedding encasement company that was founded in 2007 by Leslie Leyland. For more information visit www.smarteshield.com.

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