Waterbed liners are just a must if you love sleeping on waterbeds! I learned this the hard way. lol
What would you do if you woke up to find water leaking from your bed? Would your wooden bed frame be ruined? Would you have carpet damage?
By using a vinyl bed liner that has stand-up sides, you can protect yourself from every thing short of a really major leak! You’ll need a waterbed liner no matter if you’ve go the soft side or the hard side bed.
A hard side waterbed may feel like it will not spring a leak easily, but if punctured, it will leak just as surely as the older full wave bed.
Your bed liner will hold the leaking water till you can take repair measures. A waterbed will normally have a heater beneath the mattress.
The bed liner is placed between the heater and the bed’s mattress, providing additional safety and protection for you and your loved ones. While bed heaters are designed to be safe should they contact water, it just makes sense to be even safer by ensuring a leak doesn’t get to the electrical device.
Liners are long lasting, and a good quality liner should last every bit as long as your bed. Liners come in the same sizes as ever common bed, so they are easy to purchase.
No measurements are required; simply ensure that you know the bed size: single, super single, double, queen, king, or California king. Bed liners are inexpensive additions to waterbeds which don’t already include them.
At prices from about $20 and up, just the savings in worry makes the liner a good investment. The liner should hold the water of the entire bed should such a disaster occur.
It’s also wise to invest in a waterbed drain pump at the same time as purchasing your bed liner. These electric pumps mean you never have to go through the drudge of dragging hoses and creating a siphon to drain a bed in an emergency. After all, who remembers where they stored all that equipment that came with the bed? Keep your bed pump in a convenient location so you can drain the bed if a puncture does happen.