Mattress manufacturers share some knowledge on the correct use and maintenance of mattresses
Mattress manufacturers share the correct use of mattresses: 1. Before use, remove the plastic packaging bag on the outer layer of the mattress. 2. When starting to use, put on a bed sheet, preferably a cleaning bed cover or a fitted sheet, to better prevent the mattress from getting dirty and make the bed maintenance easier. 3. It is not advisable for children to jump on the mattress to reduce metal fatigue caused by partial pressure and reduce safety accidents for children. 4. The mattress should not be overstressed locally, and it should not sit on the edge of the mattress or the 4 corners of the mattress for a long time. 5. Keep the environment ventilated and dry, avoid the mattress from getting wet, and do not expose the mattress to the sun for too long. 6. When carrying the mattress, avoid over-deforming it, do not bend or fold it (unless the folded style). 7. If you accidentally knock over a liquid beverage such as tea or coffee on the bed, you should immediately dry it with a towel or toilet paper with heavy pressure, and then dry it with a hair dryer. 8. Vacuum the mattress regularly. Do not wash the mattress directly with water or detergent. 9. It can be turned over from time to time (usually 3 to 6 months) to turn the mattress for use, turn it up and down or reverse it from end to end, so that it can be evenly stressed and prolong its service life. Next, the professional mattress manufacturers will sort out some tips on the daily maintenance of mattresses for everyone, let's take a look! It is recommended that you turn the mattress over every two weeks in the first three months of using the mattress. After three months, turn over about every two to three months. Turning the mattress over makes the wear more even and helps keep the mattress comfortable for longer. Be sure to have someone help you when turning the mattress over, never try to turn the mattress on your own. Vacuuming the mattress can help remove dust and mites. If liquid spills on the mattress and stains it, use a mild soap and cold water mixture or a furniture cleaner. Be sure to apply a small amount of water to the mattress, taking care to prevent the mattress from drawing water or any other liquid into it. Never use chemicals, as such substances can seriously damage the mattress and even negatively affect your health. A good way to protect the mattress is to use a mattress. Mattresses extend the life of your mattress and are more hygienic because you can easily remove, wash, and dry the mattress. After using the mattress, making the bed is also more convenient. Diligently change and wash sheets and bedspreads daily, and keep the mattress surface clean and hygienic. Avoid jumping on the mattress, scrambling to eat or drink. Do not fold the mattress as this may damage the springs and materials inside. If you have to bend the mattress to get in because of the narrow doorway, bend it up slightly. When carrying the mattress, please hold it on the side of the mattress to carry it. This is the easiest way to move your mattress, and it helps prevent damage to the mattress. The handles on the side of the mattress are only for turning the mattress over; do not use it when carrying it. In areas or seasons with heavy humidity, the mattress should be moved outdoors to air dry to keep the bed itself dry and fresh.