Although mattresses come with a warranty, this does not mean
that you should not care for it properly.
The following is a list of ways in which you can further the life of
your mattress and keep it in great condition.
Ensure proper installation
Make sure to let your mattress breathe - when
you take a vacation, do not leave sheets on your bed; try stripping the bed
twice a week and leaving it without sheets until the time you are going to bed
Do not jump on the bed - keep children from
jumping on your mattress
Keep your bed from sagging by using a supportive
Use a mattress pad to absorb
moisture/perspiration that can be easily removed and washed
To help minimize wear and maximize comfort make
sure to rotate your mattress every two weeks during the first three months
after purchase and every two months after that
Here is a great guide on how to properly rotate you
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