How Do You Clean Memory Foam?
The number one rule when it comes to any mattress type is to always use a mattress cover/protector over the top. A Mattress Cover will act as a barrier between you and your mattress, absorbing any sweat and other liquids from damaging the mattress. Many mattress guarantees become invalid when a mattress is soiled or damaged so to ensure you get the most for your money protect your mattress.
The benefit of buying a Memory Foam Mattress from Memory Foam Warehouse is that the zipped, removable mattress covers make them very easy to keep clean, meaning you can continue to sleep in a fresh and healthy environment for years to come!
If you do spill a liquid on your Memory Foam Mattress we suggest you strip and wash the cover, and then lightly clean the foam with lukewarm soapy water. Coming in to contact with liquid can cause the foam to breakdown quicker than usual, however if you clean it immediately and ensure it is left to air out in a cool room, it should dry without any lasting problems.
Hints & Tips
Use a Mattress Cover
We can’t stress enough how important it is to use a mattress cover on any mattress. To prevent stains and to increase the lifespan of your Memory Foam Mattress and Memory Foam Topper its advised that you use a Mattress Cover if you don’t already. Mattress Covers are a perfect way to keep your mattress and topper in a good condition for longer. Mattress Covers can be easily removed and washed to help you to keep your sleeping environment a healthy and clean place to sleep.
Rotate Your Mattress
It’s important to rotate your mattress regularly to promote more even wear. If you don’t rotate your mattress you may notice that it begins to sag and soften in certain areas. Aim to rotate your mattress monthly especially with a new mattress as you are breaking in the mattress. Rotating your mattress will make it last much longer and reduce the risk of any lumps and bumps.
Wash Your Sheets Regularly
When we sleep a lot happens to our bodies, we sweat around a litre each night, we shed oils, hair and skin cells so its pretty easy to understand why washing your sheets regularly is important. You should ideally wash your sheets weekly and fortnightly at a push! Leaving your sheets unwashed is not only a little icky but it can encourage bacteria and dust mites to breed which can cause allergies to flare up.