Published at Saturday, 13 January 2018 by Ynes Royer in Mattress, with total 27 drawings.
Not Taking Care of The Mattress - While it is true that the salesperson encouraging you to add a mattress protector to your purchase is indeed an "upsell" these protectors are essential gear for your mattress. Not only will they keep your mattress isolated from unwanted spills or body fluids (most people sweat while they sleep) it will avoid staining and thereby keep the mattress warranty valid should you ever need to make a claim. Just make sure your mattress protector will have a similar property as your mattress such as good air circulation. Taking care of your mattress is as important as maintaining your vehicle - not only good for the warranty but for the general performance as well. Keep that in mind.
Failure To Consider Alternatives - Many shoppers have a price point or product type in mind and refuse to consider alternative recommendations by the salesperson. If the salesperson fully understands your needs and preferences chances are quite good that he or she can offer a couple of alternatives to let you see what other brands can offer. In some cases they will cost a little more but refusing to consider those alternatives could make for a big mistake down the road. Ask many questions keeping your options open to suggestions and alternatives may result in improved sleep quality so dont rule out products or brands you never considered before.
When it comes to maintenance a spring mattress has to be rotated once in a while preferably once every three months. This is done to even the wear and it is important that you avoid bending or folding the mattress. With a memory foam mattress on the other hand you do not have to flip it over or rotate it: it virtually requires no maintenance.