mattress care

You need to care for your mattress to ensure maximum mattress performance. Please read our tips below to help ensure you get the best out of your mattress.

protecting your mattress

It is recommended that your mattress be fitted with a high quality waterproof mattress protector at all times, to protect it from staining and soiling.

rotating your mattress

To ensure  maximum mattress performance, you should equalise body signatures, which is achieved by rotating your mattress. Rotate your mattress from end to end every 90 days and more regularly for the first three months.

handling your mattress

It is recommended that two people carry a mattress at anytime. Do not lift the mattress by its handles as it may damage the mattress. The handles are to assist you in rotating only.

cleaning your mattress

While all our fabrics and foams are treated against mould, mildew and dustmites, we recommend that you vacuum your mattress periodically to help remove any dust mites that may cause allergies. Refer to law tag that is attached to your mattress for care instructions.

having a proper base

Bedmaster Bedding mattresses are designed to used on solid slat bases. Slats should be no more than 70mm apart and have a centre rail for support. Flexible slats and bases such as posture slats and sprung bases do not offer appropriate support and will impair mattress performance and will damage the mattress.

body signature

Your body signature is the impression that your body makes on the surface comfort layers of the mattress. it is a sign that the mattress is adapting and conforming to your body shape and weight. Please be aware that it can take up to 30 days or more for your body and mattress to adjust to the feel and support of the new sleep system.