Consider your mattress as “sleep equipment” that needs to be cared for in order to assure the best hygiene and performance. Initially, your new sleep set may reveal a slight “Body Impression” after several weeks of use. This is normal and not a structural defect. The upholstery materials are merely conforming to the shape and weight of the body.
With proper care your new mattress will provide years of comfort and support. It’s important to observe the following DO’S and DON’TS.
- DO let the mattress breathe. To help dissipate the “new product” scent, you should remove the packaging and let the mattress air-out.
- DO use a mattress protector or mattress pad to protect from stains and spilling liquid.
- DO use a sturdy and appropriate foundation or frame to perform properly.
- DO flip your mattress at least four times a year. This will prolong the comfort-life and longevity of the product.
- DON’T use an iron or apply excessive heat on the mattress. This could damage the upholstery and void the warranty.
- DON’T jump on your mattress.
- DON’T allow your mattress to become stained or soiled. A mattress that becomes stained or soiled will void warranty.
- DON’T bend or fold your mattress.
- DON’T remove sewn tags. Removal of tags may void your rights to warranty coverage.
PLEASE NOTE: At first your new sleep set may feel firm in contrast to what you have been using, but you should not be concerned. Within a short period of time you will become adjusted to the feel of a properly supportive sleep set.