The Best Mattresses for Stomach Sleepers

Now that you have the mattress of your choice, it would be good to know the best way to deal with those nighttime friends to make sure they last as long as you need them to. Although most high-end mattresses last between 8 and 15 years, they only do so if they are well maintained.

How often to rotate/flip the mattress
Your mattress is designed to last a long time and give you a good night’s sleep. Because it keeps the comfort contents evenly distributed, turning your mattress regularly is essential. However, most high-end mattresses aren’t designed to be flipped. So you shouldn’t return your mattress if the manufacturer doesn’t recommend it.

For mattresses that need to be flipped or turned, we recommend reading the manufacturer’s instructions to keep your mattress in top condition. Here are some general principles to follow if you can’t get recommendations directly from the manufacturer: Memory foam or latex mattresses should be rotated once or twice a year. Spring mattresses should also be turned or turned once or twice a year. An older spring mattress should be turned two to five times a year. For lower density mattresses, we recommend rotating them at least once every three months, moving them up and down your bed and turning them over.

Do I need a mattress protector?
Mattress protectors protect the surface of the mattress from spills, stains, dust, heat and other things while serving as a protection for your body if you are allergic to the material of the mattress. In addition, a mattress protector is considerably easier to clean than an entire mattress. So if you prefer to keep a bed clean, want to avoid accidental spills, or prefer to cover the surface of your mattress for whatever reason, you need a cover.

How to clean the mattress and how often?
According to the Sleep Foundation, mattresses should be cleaned once every six months. To clean your mattress, you must first wash all bedding, including pillows. To clean the mattress, you need to figure out how dirty it is. This means checking for stains, odors or odors. To clean the mattress, you will need to choose a material that will not harm the fabric. Your best cleaning products should then include towels, cold water, baking soda, enzyme remover, and mild soap or detergent.

You should start by vacuuming the mattress or dusting it thoroughly with a towel. For spilled mattresses, you must use a towel and the right agent to clean them. After cleaning, apply baking soda to the entire surface of the mattress, then wait a few hours before turning over and repeating. In the event of an accidental spill, you should immediately clean the mattress with the correct agent, as this will reduce the risk of mold, discoloration or any other effects.

When to replace
Most modern mattresses are designed to last up to eight years, but it’s best to consider changing mattresses every six to eight years. However, some mattresses last up to 15 years. Therefore, it is important to note that this is only a general recommendation. Before you replace your mattress, you need to make sure it needs to be replaced. The best way to be sure is to look for signs such as mites, structural defects, or general discomfort of not performing as effectively as before.

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