Your new sleep system is designed to conform to the contour of your body allowing you a comfortable, healthy night’s sleep. Body conformity will usually take place within the first night, certainly within the first few weeks of use. To help minimize the body impressions and to maximize comfort and longevity of your sleep set, it’s important to know the following:

  • PROPER INSTALLATION.  Make sure your new mattress and foundation are properly installed in your  home.  Improper installation can damage your sleep  set.  If  you  choose to transport and install on your own, ask the store personnel to give you some tips to help you avoid problems.
  • USE A PROTECTIVE PAD. A good quality, washable mattress pad (and one for the foundation, too, if you like)  is  a  must  to  keep  you  set  fresh  and  free  from  stains. It also protects the manufacturer’s warranty.
  • LET IT BREATHE. If you detect a slight “new product” odor, leave the mattress and foundation uncovered and well ventilated for a few hours. A breath of  fresh  air should do the trick!
  • GIVE IT GOOD SUPPORT. Use a sturdy bedframe. Make sure your frame/base  has  the  adequate  support  with  flat  surface  to  prevent  the  mattress  from deforming.
  • DON’T DRY CLEAN. The chemicals in dry cleaning agents/spot removers maybe harmful to the fabric or underlying  materials. Vacuuming is the  only recommended cleaning method. But if you’re determined to tackle a stain, use a mild soap  with  cold  water  and  apply  lightly.  Do  not  ever  soak  a mattress or foundation.
  • DON’T REMOVE THE TAG. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not illegal to remove the law tag, but the information on the label will serve as  a means of identification should you have a warranty claim.
  • DON’T PUT ANY HOT OBJECT ON THE SURFACE OF THE MATTRESS. It could damage  the  fabric  or  underlying  materials.
  • IT’S  NOT  A  TRAMPOLINE.   Don’t   let   the  kids   jump   on   your  sleep  set.  Their  rough-housing  could  do  damage  to  the interior construction, as well as to themselves!

Following the diagram below you should rotate your mattress at least every three months to provide the most uniform support to your sleep set.

Easy Steps for Rotating Mattress which is TURN-FREE


Easy Steps for Rotating Mattress
which is NON TURN-FREE

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