A good mattress is a good investment. A quality mattress will help you sleep better for years to come. You can protect your investment, plus, a longer-lasting mattress means greater comfort for as long as your mattress lasts. Awareness of how to keep your mattress in good shape for the long haul. Here are some good practices to protect that good investment:
Proper Mattress Support
You may not always need a matching box spring, it is paramount to proper sleep to have the right kind of support for your mattress. The manufacturer or warranty policy can give you all the recommendations for proper mattress care.
A Mattress Protector to Guard Your Mattress Against the Elements
A good quality mattress cover will waterproof your mattress, guarding it against spills and other liquid damage from accidents. If the materials inside the mattress are not exposed to skin oils and sweat, your mattress will be protected from mold and dust mites.
Wash Your Sheets with Regularity
You sweat and shed oils, hair and skin cells when you sleep. Also, when you eat in bed, you drop crumbs. Furthermore, your pets can get all sorts of things trapped inside your sheets. All of these things can promote bacteria breeding and encourage dust mites. Doing laundry regularly can prevent those pollutants from getting trapped into your mattress.
Don’t Let Pets in Your Bed
Pets should snuggle in their own designated beds rather than on your mattress. Even well-groomed pets drool, shed fur and walk outside. Pets can also have occasional accidents, which can ruin a good mattress.
Regularly Rotate Your Mattress
Every two to six months, rotate your mattress 180 degrees from foot to head. Rotating your mattress promotes more even wear, and makes softening and depressions more likely.
Mattress Warehouse is passionate about quality mattresses being comfortable for the long haul. For more information on how you can make your mattress last as long as possible, call us at (913) 562-0308 today.