Queen Bed in a Bag – Extra-large beds come in two varieties: standard king and California. A standard king bed measures 76 inches wide by 80 inches long, while a California king measures 72 inches wide and 84 inches long. Regardless of size, extra-large mattresses should be protected during use and storage. In general, extra-large mattresses sit on top of two double-sized box springs during use. Although the mattress will often protect the box springs when in use, the box springs may also require a protective cover.
Buy a large bag from a storage mattress or moving company. Mattress bags are usually one foot longer and one foot wider than the mattress itself to compensate for the depth of a mattress. Clean the extra-large mattress thoroughly before packing it for storage. Make sure the mattress is dry and free of debris, dirt or dust. In general, the best way to clean an extra-large mattress is to vacuum the mattress.
Slide the extra-large mattress into the storage bag. Once the mattress is completely covered by the bag and in a flat position, drain the excess air from the mattress bag. Tape the ends of the closed mattress bag, ensuring that no additional air is able to get inside the bag. Check the surface of the bag periodically for tears and tears that could allow moisture or pests.