Mattress Care

Sleep soundly for years to come with these mattress care essentials

General Care

1. Use a Mattress Protector:
- Shield your mattress from spills, stains, and allergens with a quality mattress protector. Opt for one that is waterproof and breathable.

2. Rotate Your Mattress:
- Rotate your mattress every 3-6 months to ensure even wear and prevent sagging. Some mattresses may also benefit from flipping if they are double-sided.

3. Regular Vacuuming:
- Vacuum your mattress surface regularly to remove dust, allergens, and debris. Use the upholstery attachment for effective cleaning.

4. Avoid Jumping on the Bed:
- Discourage jumping or standing on the mattress, as it can cause unnecessary strain and reduce its lifespan.

5. Proper Support:
- Ensure your mattress is on a supportive and breathable foundation. Use a bed frame with center support for queen and king-sized mattresses.

6. Sunlight Exposure:
- Occasionally expose your mattress to sunlight to help eliminate moisture and prevent mold or mildew growth. However, avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.

7. Handle Stains with Care:
- Treat stains immediately using a mild solution. Blot, don’t rub, to prevent spreading. Follow the manufacturer's cleaning instructions.

8. Temperature Control:
- Maintain a comfortable room temperature. Avoid extreme heat or cold, as it can affect the mattress materials.

9. Wash Bedding Regularly:
- Wash your sheets, pillowcases, and mattress protector regularly to maintain a clean sleeping environment and prevent the transfer of dirt and oils to the mattress.

10. Proper Transportation:
- If you need to move your mattress, protect it with a mattress bag and avoid bending or folding, as it can damage the internal structure.

11. Professional Cleaning:
- Consider professional mattress cleaning services every few years, especially if your mattress has accumulated stains or odors that are difficult to remove.

12. Replace When Necessary:
- Keep an eye on the overall condition of your mattress. If it's sagging, has visible indentations, or you wake up with aches and pains, it may be time to consider a replacement.

By following these mattress care tips, you can enhance comfort, hygiene, and the overall longevity of your mattress.


Turn and rotate pocket sprung mattresses every week for the first 3 months, then monthly thereafter. This is to allow the fillings to settle evenly and prolong the life and comfort of your mattress.

No turn mattresses should be rotated each month for the first three months, and then rotated every three months thereafter.