Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 23:11:24 PM. Mattresses. By Clovis Delisle.
Quality materials which are well put together are a sign of durability, but more importantly is the Warranties given which are a sign of how long the factory believes the life expectancy of the mattress is. Depending on the price level of the mattress, Warranties should be for 3 years for promotional priced queen beds ($100 to $500), 5 years for middle of the road quality ($600 to $1,000), 8 years for premium quality ($1,200 to $5,000) and 10 years for true luxury beds ($6,000 to $10,000). As explained below, all warranties should be read word for word, and any warranty over 10 years should be taken with a grain of salt as it were.
To keep the mattress always clean and free from germs, use a mattress protector. It is a piece of cloth or linen that covers the mattress. A mattress protector should always be in good quality and condition, enough to protect the mattress from further stains brought by liquid spills and body fluids. It should also be regularly washed to thwart off dusts that have stuck onto it; thus, preventing dusts from sipping into the mattress. Mattress protector can be bought from warehouse stores, furniture shops or mattress/bedding dealers. Aside from mattress protector, a mattress bag can also be utilized as another form of covering of the mattress.
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