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Experts have concluded that the most common way to transfer bed bugs back to your home is in your luggage while traveling.Â Protect your home and belongings with bed bug proof luggage liners.Â These bed bug luggage liners feature a micro zipper closure technology that creates a secure encasement around your belongings within your luggage, preventing any "hitchhiking" bed bugs from crawling out of your luggage when you get home. Bed bugs can also get into your luggage while on a plane or other common areas.Â Bed bug proof luggage liners will also help prevent bed bugs from getting into your personal belongings while traveling.Â The Secure Travel Bed Bug Proof Luggage Liners come in two convenient sizes that fit most sizes of luggage. The luggage liners are also water resistant, machine washable, and provide an allergen barrier.
|Target pests:||Bed Bug Prevention and Protection|
|For use in:||Carry On (22x15x10) and Large luggage sizes (30x20x15)|
|Special Features:||* 100% Micro-Polyester * Comfortable, Breathable Fabric * Patent Pending Zipper Technology * Entomologist Tested Effective * Machine Washable * Lifetime Warranty * Money Back Guarantee **Laundry bags should be washed on cold water and tumble dried or line dried.|
|Shipping Weight:||0.36 lbs|
The SecureTravel Bed Bug Proof Luggage Liner protects garments in small and large luggage bags. A proprietary micro zipper closure technology creates a secure encasement around your clothing and other personal items, preventing bed bugs from entering your luggage and infesting your clothing during travel. The Luggage Liner is also an allergen barrier and water resistant. The material is luxurious, soft and breathable fabric with reinforced seams. Machine washable. Lifetime warranty.
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By B in OH on 07/01/2012
We purchased two liners. They were generous in size, sturdy adn we found them easy to use. Other products we considered had bad reviews and did not seem like the quality of product we have used on our mattresses at our house. We have been home 2 weeks and have had no signs of bed bugs and hopefully that will we the case. I paid for expedited shipping to have these for our trip and am satisfied that it was worth the extra money.
By Anne in San Jose, CA on 03/08/2016
These are terrific liners. I have found that they are large enough and do a good job. my only complaint is that I have to keep getting liners! I just bought new luggage and decided to get thermal bags from www.thermalstrike.com/product/thermalstrike_luggage.asp . but with my old luggage i will always but these liners. cant be too careful.
By D. in New Jersey on 04/06/2017
I travel every week internationally, and I love the peace of mind I get using this liner! Thank You!,
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QCan you wash Bed Bug Proof Luggage Liner in hot water. Can you reuse the bags, too?
ABed Bug Proof Luggage Liners should be washed in cold water and tumble dried or line dried. Bed Bud Proof Luggage Liners can be reused.
08/15/2011 Lauren from Colorado Springs, Co
QAre the luggage liners durable?
I have several reviews of luggage liners on Amazon.com, and most break after the first use (the zippers come off, the liners tear easily, etc.). Are your inner and outer liners durable? Can you cite any specific ways in which the liners can be expected to last longer?
AThe luggage liners that we carry were chosen because the manufacturer provides a lifetime warranty on all purchases against any manufacturers defects. We have sold this brand for awhile now and many of our employees use them as well, with no issues to date.
05/13/2015 Tami from Huntington Beach, Ca
QWhy wash only in cold water?
All the reports say to wash items in hot water to make sure and be rid of bed bugs. You say to wash these liners in cold water so how do you know any bed bugs will be killed if they are on these luggage liners?
AThe Bed Bug Proof Luggage Liner is washed in cold water and dried at low heat so that it does not damage the bag. These are instructions per the manufacturer.