How To Take Care Of Your Mattress
A mattress is an invest, where you spend a lot of your time on whether that is to rest, just relax on to sleep on. To ensure that your mattress has a long life it is important to take care of your mattress properly. A life span of a mattress is usually up to 10 years, however this number can be increased or decreased depending on how you take care of your mattress. In order to get the best and longest years out of your mattress I have complied somethings that you can do to ensure that you are able to get the best use of out your mattress by taking care of it.
Here are some mattress care instructions/guidance:
- Pull back your bedsheet for at least 20 minutes every day to allow the moisture that your mattress accumulated through the night to evaporate.
- Do not jump or stand on your mattress.
- Rotate your mattress every few months or every month to allow it to maintain its original structure as best as it possibly can, as rotating your mattress often stops your mattress from premature damage.
- Try to avoid using bleach, chemical cleaners or detergent to get rid of stains as it could damage the material of your mattress.
- Vacuum the surface of your mattress at least every 2-3 months, as you shed a lot of dead skin cells whilst you sleep, it is ideal to vacuum your mattress every so often to get rid of the dead skin cells, dust, dust mites and bed bugs that may be lingering on your mattress.
- Use a mattress protector as it helps maintain and prolong the life of your mattress, protecting it from liquids/stains, dust, dead skin cells and more, all while being a very inexpensive way of protecting your mattress.
A good mattress can last up to 10 years, so for you to be able to get all of those 10 years of your mattress you to have to take care of it so that your mattress can maintain its original structure as much as it can. All of the tips listed above are very easy tips and if you do decide to use these tips then it can very easily make a big difference on how long your mattress lasts.