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How to Care for Your Mattress

November 08, 2021 3 min read

How to Care for Your Mattress

How to Care for your Mattress

Quality sleep is critical to a healthy lifestyle, and a good night’s rest all starts with a high-quality natural organic latex mattress. If you are in the market to buy a latex mattress, look no further than Nature’s Embrace – the leading Vancouver latex mattress provider. Buying a natural organic latex mattress is a great first step toward ensuring quality sleep, and there are certain things you can do to further guarantee the comfort, durability, and longevity of your new Vancouver latex mattress. Read on to discover a few natural organic latex mattress tips and techniques from experts in the business.

Rotate Your Mattress

After you buy a latex mattress, one of the first things you will likely hear from your salesperson is the importance of periodic rotation – and they’re not wrong! Rotating your mattress promotes even wear and tear which, in turn, will extend its lifespan. Neglecting to rotate your mattress will create uneven wear and will cause the more frequently used sides to give out far quicker, ultimately rendering your mattress uncomfortable.

Invest in a Mattress Protector

Liquid, dirt, dust, debris, and pet hair can all slowly impact the quality, comfort, and longevity of your mattress. Waterproof mattress protectors will help combat this by keeping your mattress clean, decreasing the presence of dust mites, and providing an additional barrier for liquids, sweat, and spills.

Let your Mattress Breath and Sunbathe

Moisture can easily get trapped in your covers which, in turn, can impact your new natural organic latex mattress. Excessive moisture can lead to mildew and create a perfect environment for bacteria. To avoid this, pull back your covers are you get ready in the morning, turn on your ceiling fan, or open a window. Similarly, UV light from the sun can help dry out your mattress and keep it fresh. While sunlight won’t kill bacteria, it can do wonders for overall cleanliness and peace of mind.

Clean your Sheets

Regularly washing your sheets serves a greater purpose than just keeping your linens clean. Experts will often recommend washing your sheets once every 1 – 2 weeks, and this will help the cleanliness of your mattress by keeping dust, pet dander, and sweat to a minimum. You should wash your mattress protector frequently as well, and even consider having a few in your closet just as you would bedsheets.

Vacuum Your Mattress

Just as you would with other furniture, you should vacuum your mattress with relative frequency to keep dust, pet hair, and dead skin build-up to a minimum. While it may not seem like much, vacuuming your mattress will do wonders for its comfort and longevity.

A nice mattress is one of the foundations of a good night’s sleep, and properly caring for your mattress is critical to ensure that you are getting the most out of it. Whether you are currently in the market to buy a latex mattress, expect to be in the near future, or would just like to learn a bit more about the benefits of a natural organic latex mattress, give the experts at Nature’s Embrace a call today. We are always here to help and love nothing more than helping our clients earn the quality sleep they deserve!

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