The mattress protectors are machine washable in a front-loading washing machine. Secure the extension with an elastic band or other means to minimize the risk of shaking in the spin cycle; this will help ensure that you do not cause any integrity problems to the male connector in the washing process. We recommend that you wash the pad as often as the control unit. To wash the OOLER hydronic pad, use a front-loading washing machine (one without a shaker).
Hold the tubes of the pad with a thick rubber, string, etc. Wash them with cold water on a delicate cycle. To dry the pad, keep the pad tubes secured and dry on a delicate cycle without heat. Do not bleach, iron or dry clean the pad.
Make sure the pad is completely dry before reconnecting it to a power source. The cover and pad can be washed in cold water on the gentle cycle and air dried. The cover and pad can be washed in a standard washing machine. Electric blankets and heated mattresses have been around for decades, but cooling devices such as the chilipad and the BedJet are more recent innovations.
Factors such as the sleeping person's body weight and the temperature in their room can prevent the Chilipad from reaching the preset temperature. To drain the bucket, use an H-shaped tool that comes with the Chilipad pad; the cross-shaped end is used to drain the bucket and the hollow end is used to drain the mattress. Neurologist Chris Winter, the president of Charlottesville Neurology and Sleep Medicine in Virginia and author of two books on how to sleep better, is not financially compensated by ChiliPad but should probably be by the amount of praise he gives him. Chili Technology offers the Cube Sleep System with Chilipad Cool Mesh, also known as Chilipad, a mattress with an integrated temperature regulation system that provides heating and cooling.
Please note that Chilipad dual-zone (Queen, King and California sizes) has two microtube networks and two Cube units. A public relations representative from ChiliSleep confirmed his suspicions and said that it is a common experience for many ChiliPad users. The Chilipad can be adjusted in one degree increments from 55° to 110° Fahrenheit (13° to 43° Celsius). If you want to try one without committing, make sure you carefully follow the specific conditions of your 30-day free sleep test so that you can return the ChiliPad without problems.
So when Wirecutter's sleep team called for someone to try out the ChiliPad (with the Cube Sleep System), I volunteered Carter. ChiliSleep, the company that sells the ChiliPad and the Cube system, manufactures another system, the Ooler, which is essentially a ChiliPad with extras, such as an application that allows you to pre-cool the bed. Chilipad owners add hot or cold water, which circulates through the tubes before reaching the Cube.