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How to Make Your Custom Mattress Last


Ensuring the longevity of your custom mattress involves a few key practices that can preserve its quality over time. First off, consider rotating your mattress every six months to distribute the wear evenly across its surface. While rotating is beneficial, avoid flipping your new bespoke mattress upside down. Custom mattresses are designed with specific layering for optimal comfort and support.

An important aspect of mattress maintenance is proper support. Ensure that your custom mattress is placed on a sturdy and supportive foundation or bed frame that is appropriate for its size and weight. A weak or inadequate support system can lead to premature sagging and structural damage, compromising the integrity of your mattress.

Furthermore, practicing good hygiene habits can also contribute to the longevity of your custom mattress. Regularly vacuuming and airing out your mattress can help remove dust, debris, and moisture trapped within the layers, preventing the buildup of odor-causing bacteria and prolonging freshness. Additionally, avoid eating or drinking in bed to prevent spills and crumbs from accumulating on the mattress surface.


Spot clean stains promptly using a mild detergent and water and avoid saturating the mattress with excess moisture. For deeper cleaning, consider using a mattress cleaner specifically formulated for your mattress type. You can find these in your local hardware store. Be sure to allow the mattress to fully dry before covering it with bedding.

Lastly, be mindful of the weight and pressure applied to your custom mattress. Avoid sitting or standing on the edges of the mattress, as this can cause excessive compression and damage to the border and support systems. Additionally, refrain from jumping or bouncing on the mattress, as this can strain the internal components and lead to premature wear and tear.

To safeguard your custom mattress investment, consider ordering a custom mattress topper today. This extra layer acts as a protective barrier, shielding your mattress from spills, stains, and everyday wear. In the unfortunate event of a spill or stain, gently spot clean the affected area using a mixture of water and mild detergent. You'll want to ensure that minimal moisture penetrates the mattress fabric. It's cheaper to replace a custom mattress protector or custom bedding than it is to replace a bespoke bed.

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