The wrong sleeping posture is the main culprit behind constant wakefulness during the night, fatigue, and other serious sleeping issues. It is recommended that you should have at least six to eight hours of sleep per day.

Buying a high-quality memory foam mattress is the first step towards solving most of your sleep problems. As such, you want to make sure that you prolong the years of service recommended for your mattress. Here are some of the best practices for caring for your memory foam mattress.

  1. Wash All Your Beddings

Make it a routine to change and wash your beddings often. Change your sheets as many times as twice or thrice a week, clean your bed covers and blankets every week or two, and don’t forget to clean the antimicrobial cover that comes with the memory foam mattress. By thoroughly and routinely cleaning your beddings and covers, you eliminate all the common contaminants like spills, dust, sweat, and dirt from accumulating on your bed.

  1. Regularly Vacuum Your Mattress

Do you have furry pets that love sleeping on your bed for comfort? Pets like cats or dogs shed a lot and leave behind hair or fur all over your beddings and on your mattress too. On the other hand, other impurities such as drool, fleas, dust particles, and dead skin may accumulate on your mattress over time.

Considering that you cannot wash your mattress like you would your laundry, the best way to get rid of such impurities is with the help of a handheld vacuum cleaner. This simple machine is designed to suck up all the dirt and reach through tiny spaces between the edges of your bed and the mattress.

  1. Use Baking Soda

Did you accidentally spill some tea on your mattress? Did your pet tip over your glass of water and pour it all over your bed? If you happen to get your bed wet, the best way to make your mattress dry without having to clean it is by pouring some baking soda on to the affected area. Give it at least 30 minutes to 60 minutes before wiping the baking soda off. Baking soda is not only good at absorbing moisture but also works wonders by eliminating bad odor.

  1. Use Mild Detergent To Remove Stains

If you are dealing with a stubborn stain on your mattress, the best way to try and get rid of it is by dabbing a soft cloth or sponge into some mild detergent mixed with water. Rub gently on the affected areas until the stain is cleared. You are discouraged from using harsh chemicals like bleach or ammonia because while they may help get rid of the stains, they can corrode your mattress cover. This leaves your mattress vulnerable and likely to tear. Additionally, inhaling such chemicals can cause respiratory issues. Another safer alternative to help clean and remove stains is by using a vinegar and water solution.


There are tons of health benefits in store for you when you take good care of your mattress. Do you think it’s easy to sleep on your mattress? Above are even easier tips to help you keep your memory foam mattress looking and feeling superb for years and years on end.