Four Simple Tips for Cleaning Your New Mattress and Keeping It Fresh


Finding and purchasing a brand new mattress is a big purchase and can be a considerable investment in your health and well-being. Find and selecting the right mattress is not always easy either. It’s not the lack of choices but rather the numerous choices that are available today that can make it difficult to narrow down your choice.

Considering the financial commitment involved and that fact you want to be able to use your newly purchased mattress for the next seven to ten years, you should try to keep your new mattress as clean and as fresh as possible.

Over the course of a mattress’ lifetime, it will double or even triple in weight due to the accumulation of dead skin cells, dust, pollen, and other substances. This wears down your mattress, shortening its lifespan. Fortunately, keeping your mattress clean and fresh is simpler than it sounds. All you have to do is to follow these tips and your mattress will feel as clean and fresh as the day it was delivered. Read more from this blog:


Misconceptions about Products from an Organic Mattress Store


Studies show that the average person spends one-third of his or her life sleeping (or at least attempting to sleep), yet many take the need for a stable and comfortable mattress too lightly. While organic mattresses have grown immensely in popularity in recent years there are some misconceptions about them. Here are some of the common myths about organic mattress and the truth behind them.

Attracts Various Kinds of Organisms

Some people picture organic mattress as a biodegradable object and as such will attract insects or other organisms as it degrades. In truth, the materials used for making this kind of mattress—wool, cotton, and latex—are just as hard-wearing as their synthetic counterparts, except they feel more comfortable. In fact, when manufactured properly organic mattresses have a certain degree of resistance to bacteria, mold, mildew, and dust mites. Read more from this blog:

3 Vital Questions You Probably Never Thought to Ask at Mattress Stores


Sleeping on a comfortable mattress is a modern conveniences that many of us tend to take for granted – unless our current mattress becomes uncomfortable. If you’re in the market for a new mattress, do a little research online before visiting one of the local mattress stores in Sacramento. Buying the wrong type of mattress isn’t just a financial mistake, it can also cost you in terms of sleep issues or even lead to back, shoulder, and/or hip pain.

With that said, researching online can only get you so far. This is mainly because everyone’s perception of comfort varies. What is firm for someone else may not be firm or comfortable for you, making it difficult to settle on which mattress to buy. Read more from this blog:

Mythbusters: Why You Should Consider Buying an Organic Latex Mattress


If you are in the market for a new mattress, chances are you have hear of latex mattresses, which are one of the most popular options in the mattress industry. During your research, however, you may have heard several myths surrounding latex mattresses that may dissuade you from giving this type of mattress a chance.

Fortunately, these myths are exactly that: myths. Don’t let these myths dissuade you from trying out what could be one of the best purchases you’ve ever made. Here are some of the more common myths out there and why you shouldn’t believe them. Read more from this article:

Health and Other Benefits of an Adjustable Bed Base


An adult should ideally get seven to eight hours of sleep. It’s not just the number of hours that you should pay attention to, however, but also the quality of sleep within this time. Many people often find themselves feeling exhausted first thing in the morning even though they got their required number of hours of sleep.

This can result in grogginess, lack of alertness, and even moodiness in general. In this case, the problem may not necessarily be with the amount of time sleeping but how comfortable your bed is in the first place. If you’re experiencing these issues, you may want to consider getting an adjustable bed base. Read more from this article:

Practical Reasons to Invest in a Memory Foam Mattress Topper


As with any other item or furniture at home, there comes a time when you’ll need to do some maintenance repair or improvements to ensure that the item continues to function as well as it should. Beds and mattresses are not exempt from this general upkeep rule, which is why you should be open to reassessing if your bed still meets your needs.

Unfortunately, people often tend to overlook or dismiss the need to improve their beds. A common excuse is the expense of getting a new mattress. Besides, as long as you can still lie down on your bed and there isn’t any significant damage it should be good, right? Wrong. You don’t need to wait for your mattress to get visibly physically deteriorate before you do something to improve it. Read more from this article:

Three Tips to Help You Extend the Life of Your New Mattress


Congratulations on finding a brand new mattress that you love! Shopping for a new mattress can often be a process for people, especially those who are looking for the best value for their money. After spending time and money on your brand new mattress, it’s natural that you would want it to last for as long as possible.

Generally, mattresses need to be replaced every five to seven years to ensure you are getting the right amount of support for your back. However, there are a few measures you can take to help extend the lifespan of your mattress. With proper care and maintenance, your new mattress may be able to serve you well for up to ten years. Read more from this article: