Your new mattress is the only piece of furniture in your home that can not be washed and will be used for at least 8 hours every day. Protect it from sweat stains and all kind of body secretions with a protective cover that can be washed as often as you wish without loosing its protective qualities.
Avoid standing on your mattress or letting your children bouncing on it and do not place heavy objects on it.
It is forbidden to fold, iron, wash or wet your mattress. Avoid cleaning your mattress with steam devices to prevent humidity and mold formation in its core!
You do not want to risk ruining your mattress too soon. In order to fully enjoy your mattress’ qualities for a long time it is recommended to place it either on an orthopedic frame or a foundation.
Your mattress comes in a plastic wrap therefore you are strongly advised, after removing the wrap, to let the mattress ventilate for a few hours before covering it with the protective cover and the sheets.
It is important to use a pillow matching your mattress. If the sensitive neck area is properly supported then the spinal cord keeps its horizontal position and you get to enjoy top quality sleep. You should not neglect replacing your pillows every two years at the most, in order to ensure their hygiene and keep away various microorganisms and allergenic factors that put your health at risk.
Always move your mattress in a vertical position. In order to protect it and to keep it clean, make sure that you have it covered while moving it. In case you have to pass through a narrow door, bear in mind that your mattress can not be bended more than slightly.
A label contains useful information about your mattress and its manufacturer and adds value to your mattress’ guaranty.
Your body needs some time to adjust to your new mattress. It’s as if you were trying a new pair of shoes.