How we take care of our mattress will affect its duration and also the comfort at the time of sleeping. One of the most basic and important care that involves less effort is the use of protective covers. These covers must be elastic and breathable, avoiding as much as possible the plasticized covers because they do not let the mattress transpire properly.
Air the bed and the room every morning for at least 20 to 30 minutes and vacuum the mattress occasionally. Many vacuum cleaners have specific nozzles for upholstery.
Also, vacuuming the mattress according to the brand or manufacturer's instructions every few days will help to avoid warping and sagging of the mattress surface. A good mattress turning interval is every 3 months.
In the case of having to clean the surface of the mattress use neutral soap with warm water to avoid stains, then let it dry in the sun.
Using the right support is very important and depending on the material of the mattress will be the support you should use, it is crucial to keep the mattress in good condition, for example latex mattresses need to transpire much more than other materials such as foam, so they need as a basis a slatted base that allows a perfect transpiration.
The different brands of mattresses, whether medium or high quality, offer a manufacturer's warranty around 7 to 10 years depending on the mattress material and type of mattress