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How do I know if I need a new mattress?
Warning signs of the need for a new mattress are: loss of comfort, less support, back pain, coils sticking out of the mattress, edge collapse, and excessive wear.
If you've experienced any of the above, it's probably time for a new mattress.

How often should I flip and/or rotate my mattress?

The recommended thing to keep your MATTRESS in good condition is the following:

- Traditional system mattresses. Flip every 3 months and rotate every 3 months

- Mattresses with No Turn system. Rotate every 3 months

What is the single sided construction, no turn system?
Many of today's mattresses are constructed with a single sleeping surface.
This move toward single-sided construction has given manufacturers greater ability to build more comfortable, supportive, and longer-lasting mattresses. In addition, it eliminates the difficult task of turning the mattress. It is recommended to regularly rotate a single-sided mattress to refresh the comfort layers.

What are the different mattress sizes? What size is right for me?

Individual: Children's room or specific individual use
1.00 x 1.90 meters.

Double: The most popular size in our country, for couples or use for individual use, obtaining a greater comfort space
1.35 x 1.90 meters.

Queen Size: Size for marriage with more comfort space
1.50 x 1.90 meters.

King Size: For couples who want more space and who have larger spaces in the room. The ideal and most common size in Hospitality

When can we say that a mattress is deformed?

Due to the daily and continuous use of a mattress, a slight sinking can occur in the area where we rest the longest. This is considered normal and is not a manufacturing defect. This variation or sinking can be up to 3 cm and is completely normal due to the soft materials, light padding and fabrics with which the mattresses are made.
You can check for yourself if the slight sagging in your mattress is due to this normal variation of use or not. Put a string or heavy thread along the length of the mattress and measure the inches of sag. If it is within the 3cm that we have mentioned before, it is considered normal and if it exceeds these cm we can already speak of an atypical subsidence. The internal qualities of the mattress remain intact.



Ventilate the mattress regularly

It is advisable to ventilate for 5 or 10 minutes a day before starting to make the bed by shaking the clothes. Do not make the bed as soon as you get up, as you will not allow the humidity accumulated during the night to escape. Open the window and let the room air out, 30 minutes will be enough.

Always use a cover or mattress cover.

Cleaning a mattress is quite complicated, so it is recommended to use protective covers, and do not skimp on the chosen cover being of good quality.

It is also important that it does not cover the back so that it can air out. This will prevent sweat, dust and possible liquids that may fall. They also have an advantage, and that is that you can wash them in the washing machine periodically.

Rotate or flip the mattress

Take advantage of the time that you leave your room ventilating to turn and turn the mattress.

vacuum the mattress

It is not recommended to hit the mattress to remove fluff, dust or hair that may have fallen. Since it is not good to wet it or use liquid cleaning products, try to pick up this fluff by hand, or gently vacuum the surface once a month.

Other issues to consider.

Although if you have children, they will love to jump on the bed, this can be very bad for your mattress. Also avoid standing up. Also, although having breakfast in bed is very pleasant, try not to eat, drink or smoke on top of it, except on special occasions. Try not to let your pet sleep on top and do not support heavy or sharp objects

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