Therapedic 500 California King Mattress Pad
Mattress pad is a great way to protect your bed. It features Puresleep Advanced Technology which releases and repels stains as well as eliminates odors in the mattress pad. 100% cotton face with a 500 thread count and 100% Olefin back. Skirt is 100% polyester. Fill is 15 ounces of polyester. Fits mattresses up to 20" deep. Twin measures 38" W x 75" L; Twin Extra Long 39" W x 80" L; Full 53" W x 75" L; Full Extra Long 54" W x 80" L; Queen 60" W x 80" L; King 78" W x 80" L; California King 72" W x 84" L. Machine wash. Imported. Ten-year warranty.
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Cali King Mattress pad This item has a nice cushy top and great deep pockets to adequately cover the mattress and a 4" foam topper. Very pleased with it. August 18, 2012
Uneven stuffing Needad a new pad for a new bed. Although the pad is comfortable, the top and bottom sections seem to be thicker then the sections between. Our bed is a California king, and the stores near here don't have anything for that size bed, otherwise I would have returned it. May 23, 2012
Nicely pads mattress My husband and I recently purchased this to replace the mattress cover on our California King bed. Although this pad doesn't fit quite as snug as I prefer, it is not a bad fit. This pad is also much thicker than our old mattress cover. And, while we weren't necessarily looking to add anymore padding to our bed, we've no complaints about the added comfort. Since the California King is only available online, I recommend checking out the product in a smaller size at your local store to determine whether or not it suits your needs. November 29, 2011
Careful Washing! This pad is lovely, and fits my thick, memory foam, cal-king mattress well. BUT before I even used it, the underside got a bit burned in my dryer. The directions indicated to keep moving it around and to dry on low, which I did, but it still managed to get scorched a bit. Will definitely be taking it to a commercial-size dryer next time I need to wash it. My advice would be, if you want to use a regular, household dryer, tuck it so that the sensitive polyester underside is not exposed to the heat. August 31, 2011
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