Maintaining Your Mattress

New mattresses may contain residual odors from the manufacturing process. To expedite their dissipation, consider airing out your mattress before dressing it with sheets.

Support your new mattress with a solid, immobile foundation. Neglecting to use a proper base or box spring may lead to damage, reduce the mattress's performance, or shorten its lifespan.

To ensure even wear, spin the mattress 180 degrees, swapping the head and foot, every six months.

Avoid the use of harsh chemicals, often found in spot removers or dry cleaning agents, as they may damage the fabric or materials of your mattress. For stain cleaning, opt for a gentle soap mixed with distilled or purified water, applied sparingly. Vacuuming regularly is recommended to keep your mattress fresh and decrease allergens.

Avoidable Missteps Refrain from allowing anyone to jump or walk on your mattress. This could harm the mattress's construction and potentially cause injuries. Don't detach the law tag from your mattress. The tag provides valuable information for future model identification. Avoid folding or bending your mattress sharply. You can flex it slightly to maneuver through doorways or corners, but it should never be folded. When moving your mattress, always keep it upright. This ensures easier handling and less risk of damage.

Importance of a Mattress Protector Investing in a high-quality, washable mattress protector is essential. It keeps your mattress dry and prevents the formation of stains which could potentially void your warranty. For households with children or pets, a waterproof mattress protector is strongly recommended. Should you need one, a variety of options are available for purchase online or in-store.