To even out the wear, flip the mattress over and reverse it end to end every three weeks for three months - and every couple of months thereafter. Mattresses are surprisingly heavy; two people should do this to avert damage to the mattress and to your back. Vacuum the mattress once a month.
Use a good quality, washabale protective mattress pad to keep it
fresh and free from stains.
Be sure to use a sturdy, high quality bed frame. If it's a king or queen size set, make sure your frame has a strong central support to prevent bowing or breakage.
Let it breathe for 10-15 minutes every day before making the bed - remove the bottom sheet and all bedding and keep aside. Air mattresses thoroughly once in a while.
Carry your mattress flat on its side. It's easier to handle and less likely to damage the mattress.
Keep your bedding clean, especially if children use the bed, use protectors which will eliminate the fluids from seeping into the mattress thereby causing sagging.
Do not place near open flame or expose to fire. This mattress is not flame or fire proof and can ignite and/or burn if exposed to open flame or fire. When ignited, some bedding materials can burn rapidly and emit smoke and hazardous gases.
DON'T smoke in bed. The materials cannot necessarily eliminate ignition caused by smoldering cigarettes.
Avoid standing or jumping on your mattress, normally they are not built for that kind of weight concentration.
DON'T allow your mattress to get wet. Protect it from water or other liquids.
Do not bend your mattress under any circumstances more than 15 degrees. Such treatment may damage the inner coir unit. Flex rather than bend the mattress when going through doorways, and don't bend the corners when putting on fitted sheets.
Don't dry clean, vacuuming is recommended. You can also use mild soap with water and apply lightly. Never soak mattress in water.
Do not use dry cleaning fluid of any type unless indicated by any product manual on your mattress. These chemicals will damage some of the inner natural materials.
Don't let your children jump on your sleep set. It could damage the interior construction of the mattress.
Don't let your mattress get wet as some of the upholstery materials may get compressed.
Signs that a mattress needs replacement
An obvious valley has developed in the portion of the mattress where you sleep. This means mattress is wearing out due to overuse.
When the mattress starts sagging in the middle or the sides, you tend to toss and turn a lot during sleep. This can result in uncomfortable postures that can lead to further body aches and poor sleep.
When your mattress starts making creaking noises, it is definitely time to get a new one.
Wearing off at the edges
Soft or non-supportive edges are a sign of edge breakdown.
A stiff neck or back
If you find yourself waking up every morning with a stiff nexk or back problem, your mattress needs to go.