8 Ways to Clean Your Mattress

We spend approximately one-third of our lives in our mattress, so it’s a must that we take measures to keep it clean. Regular mattress cleaning does not only prevent allergens or molds from settling in your mattress, but it also ensures that your Orange County mattress would last for years. Here are the steps to clean your mattress properly:

1. Remove your mattress accessories. Remove blankets and pillows to prevent these items from getting in the way when you clean the mattress. Fold the sheets and throw the dirty pillow cases in the laundry basket.

2. Remove the linens and wash them along with the pillow cases. Make sure to use the hottest water and dryer settings to kill dust mites and bacteria that might be lurking in your linens.

3. Vacuum your mattress starting from the top to the sides to remove mites, dust, hair, dead skin and other debris that has accumulated on your mattress. Use the wide brush attachment to vacuum the top of your mattress and the long upholstery nozzle or a crevice tool to dislodge the dirt from hard to reach places.

4. Address the stains accordingly.

-For urine stains, blot as much as possible to remove excess moisture. Place baking soda o the affected area then sprinkle with a mixture of detergent powder with warm water to remove the remaining stains before drying it up with a towel.

-A solution of hydrogen peroxide, liquid dish soap, and baking powder will address most other stains.

– Make the lemon juice and salt into a paste and apply on the blemished area.

Tips On How To Choose A Mattress For The Elderly

Suffering from a poor night sleep? Well, you’re not alone! One in two seniors suffers from sleep deprivation and ends up sleeping during the day.  Choosing a mattress for an elderly is entirely different than choosing for the younger adult.  There are some things you need to consider for them to sleep like babies! Medical issues should be considered while shopping. Weighing the pros and cons of the different choices as well as which part of the body it will benefit should also be taken into account.

Before doing simple mattress shopping, research first on brands and styles. Here are some tips to help:

Memory Foam is regarded to be affordable but delivers exceptional support. It conforms to the shape of the body while holding in some of the body’s heat. It also soothes joints and muscles overnight. It can also provide relief to pressure which is the culprit behind the stiffness, numbness, aches, pains and soreness which the elderly wakes up to the next day.

Breathable  Mattress is also an exceptional choice. While it releases and allows the flow of warm air through the mattress especially during cold months, the breathability of the mattress is essential if the user has difficulty staying relaxed at night.

Soft, Medium, Firm: Know Your Pillows When Shopping at Mattress Stores

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The names of the main types of pillow might make shopping at mattress stores around Orange County sound straightforward. A pillow can be soft, firm, or medium – all you need to do is pick whichever sounds most comfortable to you.

However, there’s a bit more science to choosing the right pillow.

Soft is for stomach sleepers

You may prefer soft pillows because you like having your face sink into downiness, but this kind of pillow might be best for you if you sleep on your belly. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2sbMyzb

How to “Break In” Your New Mattress

After a stressful shopping spree trying to find the best mattress, you’d think that your worry has ended. You’d soon realize that the mattress you purchased at the store is not the same mattress you climbed into for the first time!

What It’s Like To Sleep in a New Mattress

A new Orange County mattress is like a pair of new shoes, and it takes about 30 to 90 days for it to properly “break-in.” There will still be stiffness because it’s new and because of its newness, your body becomes uncomfortable too.

The mattresses are also subject to different shipping. Some mattresses are compressed in a box during delivery, so they are already “broken in” and arrives similar to how it felt when you tested it in the showroom. However, there are mattresses which are made of layers of foam and will only soften with continued use.

It doesn’t mean you should give up, not yet! There are things you can do to speed up the “break in” process so that your body can adjust to the new support system and for you to get restful sleep at night.

Tips to Properly Break In the New Mattress

1. Let it breathe. Don’t dress up your mattress with beddings as soon as it arrives. Allow oxygen to seep through it for a few hours.

2. Add some weight. For the mattress to conform to your body and for its materials to be flexible quickly, try to walk on it a few minutes each day. If yours is a memory foam, step on it several times. If you got an innerspring mattress, make sure to use both hands and feet to prevent damaging or shifting the springs.

Is a Memory Foam Mattress Right for You? Three Factors to Consider

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Memory foam was first used in the mid-1960s as the cushions of the seats NASA used in its planes. Since then, memory foam has been used in numerous applications. One of the most popular applications, however, has been in mattresses.

You may have heard from family or friends around Orange County that sleeping on a quality memory foam mattress is like “sleeping on a cloud”. After all, memory foam is popular for being incredibly soft and comfortable. This is because memory foam molds itself to the shape of the body, evenly distributing pressure and your body weight. The result is an amazingly comfortable a restful night of sleep.

Despite of all the advantages memory foam has to offer, keep in mind that it may not be the best option for you. After all, “comfort” is subjective; what may be comfortable for someone else may not be comfortable for you. If you are interested in purchasing a memory foam mattress at the next mattress sale in Orange County, be sure to consider these factors: Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2qSv475

Latex Mattresses: 3 Questions to Ask While Browsing Mattress Stores

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While browsing local mattress stores in San Diego, you may have heard about how amazing latex mattresses are. In fact, you may have heard how great the product is that you may be considering buying one for yourself.

While it’s true that latex mattresses are a fantastic product, it may not be the best choice for everyone. You may want to ask yourself these questions while trying out latex mattresses at trusted mattress stores in San Diego like Mattress Sale Liquidators:

How concerned am I about the chemicals in my mattress?

Many mattresses are known to contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which were left behind after a particular mattress was chemically treated during manufacturing. This may be a concern for many people, especially for those who have respiratory conditions like asthma. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2sc1v4n

Factors to Consider and Ignore When Buying New Mattresses in San Diego

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Are you planning to buy a new mattress anytime soon? If so, it’s only natural to do as much research as you can to help you find the perfect mattress for sale in San Diego. However, not all the information you gather from different sources is immediately helpful. There are times when you need to properly analyze the information you find and sort out which is helpful and which isn’t as important. With that in mind, here are a few factors to consider and factors you can probably ignore:

Ignore: Firmness Labels When Comparing

As you look at different mattresses, you may notice different firmness labels like “extra firm” or “medium firm”. In general, it’s good to pay attention to these labels to give you an idea of what it would feel like to sleep on that particular mattress. However, different manufacturers label their mattresses based on their standards. An “extra firm” mattress may only be a “medium firm” mattress for another manufacturer. Test beds individually when comparing different brands. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2qSJT9S