Car­ing for your mat­tress

Take care of your mat­tress and it should last you at least a decade. Har­vey Nor­man has some pointers.

Home & Decor (Malaysia) - - Mattress -

TRY NOT TO SIT ON THE EDGE OF THE MAT­TRESS

The lopsided pres­sure will cause changes to the mat­tress’ shape and com­fort.

Don’t use clean­ing chem­i­cals that might dam­age the fab­ric and un­der­ly­ing ma­te­ri­als. Vac­u­um­ing is a safer way to keep your mat­tress clean. In case of a stain, blot­ting – not rub­bing – it with mild soap and cold wa­ter is your best op­tion. Also, never brush your mat­tress with any stiff fi­bre or metal brush as they will de­stroy the fab­ric.

CLEAN IT GEN­TLY

TURN IT REG­U­LARLY

Turn­ing and ro­tat­ing the mat­tress will pre­vent dips and un­even­ness and help ex­tend its life­span. Even if the mat­tress doesn’t need to be turned or ro­tated, do­ing so is still a good prac­tice.

USE A MAT­TRESS PRO­TEC­TOR

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