We understand investing in quality mattresses is a big present for your good night's sleep. In addition one of the most important aspects of sleeping well is having a clean, comfortable mattress. That's why we've put together this guide to help you care for your mattress and keep it in great condition.
How to Set up your new mattress
As you may have been sleeping on a firmer mattress, or a softer, older mattress with years of use, please allow yourself some time
to become accustomed to the feel of your new mattress. In some circumstances, getting used to a new bed may take up to 6-8
weeks of continued use. How quickly you adjust to your new mattress, may be dependent on how long you have owned and slept on
your previous mattress and how different the comfort and support of the new mattress is compared to the old one.
Some people can adjust quicker than others. If you are having any concerns with adjusting to your new mattress, it can be a good
idea to check that you have all the right bedding on the new mattress and ensure you are supporting the mattress on a correct base.
A new mattress may feel firmer when first slept on compared to the demonstration model on our shop floor. This is normally due to
the mattress materials not being used or worn in like the demonstration model.
why should you rotate your mattress regularly?
To prevent uneven wear and tear, it's a good idea to rotate your mattress every three to six months. If you have a one-sided
mattress, you can simply rotate it from head to foot. If you have a two-sided mattress, you can flip it over as well. This will help to
distribute the pressure and prevent sagging in certain areas.
Is it necessary to use a mattress protector?
A mattress protector is an essential tool for keeping your mattress clean and hygienic. It helps to prevent spills, stains, and dust
mites from getting into your mattress, and can also prolong the life of your mattress. Choose a protector that's breathable and
waterproof for the best results.
why you should clean your mattress regularly?
It's important to clean your mattress regularly to prevent a buildup of dust, dirt, and bacteria. You can vacuum your mattress using
the upholstery tool on your vacuum cleaner, or use a soft-bristled brush to remove any dirt or debris. For stains, use a fabric cleaner
that's specifically designed for mattresses, and avoid using bleach or other harsh chemicals that could damage the fabric or foam
Why do you need to avoid jumping on your mattress?
While it may be tempting to jump on your bed, this can cause damage to the springs and foam layers of your mattress. Over time,
this can lead to premature wear and tear, and may even affect the support and comfort of your mattress.
How to allow your mattress to breathe?
To prevent odors from building up, it's a good idea to air out your mattress occasionally. You can do this by opening windows or
using a fan to circulate air around your mattress. This will help to keep your mattress smelling fresh and clean.
Sleep is not something that comes easily to everyone. Some of us are lucky enough to be out the moment our heads hit the pillow. But for others, the battle of tossing and turning and counting sheeps goes on unless they do something about it. Of course, there are many different ways to improve your sleeping habits, that brings us to today’s post where we share some useful tips to improve your sleeping habits.
So, stretch yourself on that comfortable mattress, grab hold of your favorite pillow and let your body get back to a comfortable position to sleep in and finally prepare yourself to get some early sleep.