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    varun Damaraju Mar 09, 2017

    Use a Mattress cover, Clean Your Bedding Once a Week Or More, Use a Mattress Pad, Rotate Your Mattress Every Three Months and Take Extra Precautions For Pets
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Use a Mattress Cover.
Clean Your Bedding Once a Week
Use a Mattress Pad
Rotate Your Mattress Every Three Month
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We've collected the top undercover ways to keep your bed in top shape. By following these sweet and simple steps, you can help protect your investment and make your mattress last longer.
Rule 1: Use a Mattress Protector
Perhaps the single most important thing anyone can do to make a mattress last longer is to use a water resistant or waterproof mattress protector. Even if you're a healthy adult who hasn't wet the bed in decades, spills and other unforeseen accidents can ruin an otherwise good bed.
Liquids and bodily fluids can degrade foams, leave nasty odors, and produce mold and mildew within mattress layers. Cleanup can be very difficult once a spill soaks below the surface, whereas a mattress protector makes clean up swift and easy.
You also sweat a significant amount each night, which is absorbed into your bed along with shedding skin cells, dust mites, and dust mite detritus. Keeping this out of your mattress reduces allergen buildup and keeps your sleep environment healthier.
Rule 2: Clean Your Bedding Regularly
People's preferences for frequency of washing sheets and bedding can vary widely, but most experts suggest washing sheets at least every two weeks or so. Bedding soaks in sweat, skin cells and lots of other things you'd probably rather not sleep with, so remind yourself to keep sheets clean. If you have dust allergies or skin irritations, consider washing sheets even more frequently.
Rule 3: Clean Your Mattress Regularly
Did you know you should clean your actual mattress, too? Every month or so, it's a good idea to strip your bed and vacuum the surface and seams to reduce dust and debris (even if you use a protector). Some cleaning experts recommend sprinkling baking soda on the mattress surface before vacuuming to absorb excess moisture and odors.
If your mattress cover is removable and washable, wash it as well. This is also a good time to inspect your mattress for any issues.
Rule 4: Regularly Rotate Your Bed
Rotate your bed regularly, especially the first couple of years. Every 2-3 months should be often enough to promote even wear and reduce impressions. Rotate your mattress even if the manufacturer says it's not necessary, as it will help extend your bed's lifespan.
Rule 5: Don't Eat In Bed
It's tempting to grab breakfast in bed or snack while watching movies, but it's really a good idea to keep food off the bed. Crumbs can find their way into sheets and mattress layers, attracting nasties, while liquids can spill and cause problems as well.
Rule 6: Get Pets Their Own Beds
It may be comforting to have Fido to snuggle, but pets bring a whole new set of problems with them to bed. For one, they sweat, slobber, and shed hair and dander, all of which you'll be sleeping with. Pets are also prone to accidents, which can ruin a good mattress.
Animals that go outdoors can track bugs and mites indoors as well, so it's better for everyone if they have their own designated beds to snuggle up in.
Rule 7: Be Aware of Bed Bugs
Bed bugs can immediately turn a decent bed into a hazard zone. Be vigilant when you go to hotels or sleep away from home, as bed bugs are prolific hitchhikers and they can easily become your problem.
If you live in a bed bug prone area, consider using a bed bug-proof mattress encasement. These zippered covers fully encase the bed and prevent bugs from getting inside.
Rule 8: Ensure Your Mattress is Supported
Your mattress is designed to support you, but it also needs to be supported to provide long lasting comfort. Inspect your bed frame and foundation/box springs every couple of years to make sure they are in good shape and providing a solid foundation for your mattress.
Boxsprings that are saggy and worn out, wood slats that are weak or too far apart, or a broken frame can all contribute to quicker wear and reduce your comfort.

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Use of a mattress protector is a good way to protect the mattress and so increasing the life of the mattress. Mattress Protectors protect the mattress from dust, dirt, mites and water and also add extra comfort to the mattress.

Posted on Aug 30, 2012

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In order to prolong the life of your mattress you should try and keep the following.

1) Using a mattress pad or a protective cover will help you avoid stains.

2) Use a good and quality bed frame

3) Try to avoid jumping or standing on the edge of your mattress in order to eliminate bends

Posted on Jul 18, 2012

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