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TO GET THE MOST OF YOUR MATTRESS YOU MUST TREAT IT WELL
1. Make sure your bed is assembled properly and the mattress fully rests on the box spring or a platform.
2. You should invest in a protective pad as it will maintain the hygiene of your bed and keep the mattress fresh and clean. It also helps to reduce dust mites allergies, and reduce the need to vacuum your mattress. If you don’t have a protective pad, make sure you at least use a good mattress cover.
3. A sturdy frame is essential to increase the life span of your mattress. If it’s a queen or king size set, make sure your frame has the adequate center support that will prevent bowing or breakage.
4. Vacuuming is the way to go when you are cleaning the mattress for dust and other dry spills. Use the upholstery attachment on your vacuum cleaner. If anyone in the house is prone to allergies, it is advisable to vacuum your mattress often as it is a playground of dust, dander and dust mites.
CLEANING UP STAINS
5. In case of a stain, you can use mild soap with cold water. Apply it lightly. Don’t dry clean the mattress, as it harms more than helps. Use upholstery shampoo instead of soap for heavy stains.
6. A mattress is meant for sleeping – keep children from jumping on it, as this can destroy the inner construction over time.
7. Don’t place a board between the mattress and foundation. It might give you a sense of support temporarily, but it will make the matters worse in the long run.
8. We recommend that you hold on to your mattress tag, don’t remove it. This will make claiming warranty much easier.
AIR OUT THE MATTRESS
9. Also, air out your mattress whenever possible. A breath of fresh air will work wonders for your mattress. This will also prevent moisture buildup.
10. If you smell a strange odor on your mattress, leave the mattress and foundation uncovered and well ventilated for a few hours.