You spend more time on your mattress than any other single piece of furniture in your home. That is why taking care of your mattress is vital to your health – and the longevity of your mattress.
Read the instructions
As difficult as this might sound for some people to do, the manufacturer’s notes will give you very clear do’s and don’t on how to care for your mattress.
Protect your assets
The first thing to do with a new mattress is to cover it with a mattress protector. The mattress protector will keep your mattress stain-freeand clean for years to come. When shopping for a mattress protector, ensure that it is waterproof.
Use a sturdy bed frame or base to give your mattress even support from head to toe. The even distribution of weight will give you improved support.
Take a turn
Turning your mattress every three months will ensure an even wear of your mattress over the years. Be sure to follow the manufacture’s notes on turning your mattress.
No jumping, kids
As tempting as it might seem, jumping on your mattress is not advised as it could cause serious damage to its internal support.
Keep it clean
Giving your mattress a vacuum every now and then can prevent any dust and dust mites from becoming grounded in the mattress
A brush of baking soda
Remove odours from your mattress without harming it by sprinkling with baking soda. Leave it for 20 minutes and use the vacuum to suck it up.
Buying a good mattress is investing in your health, and taking good care it the mattress will ensure many nights of peaceful sleep and happy dreams.