3 tips to make your old mattress feel new again!

One of the most common causes of a poor night’s sleep is a lumpy and bumpy mattress and when you start to experience poor sleep because of this, it’s time to take action.

Unfortunately, it may not always be possible to buy a new mattress but fear not, we have some tips that can help to rejuvenate your mattress and restore it to its former glory!

  1. Try flipping it

Mattresses often become lumpy over time as springs become twisted and become dislodged from where they’re meant to be.

When this starts to happen, flipping your mattress will ensure that you are not lying directly on those springs.

However, this only applies to double-sided mattresses and not a single sided one, so check which type of mattress you have before you flip it.

  1. Try rotating your mattress

Rotating your mattress is another good way to improve its performance, especially if you sleep alone.

As a creature of habit you’re most likely to always sleep on the same side of your bed, causing that side to get more wear than the other.

By rotating your mattress, you can even up its wear while giving your body the extra support it needs.

  1. Get a mattress topper

Investing in a mattress topper is a sure-fire way to disguise its lumps and bumps. A mattress topper such as a wool mattress stopper or a bamboo mattress topper, fits directly over the surface of your mattress and provides much welcome cushioning and padding.

The additional comfort that a mattress topper can provide shouldn’t be underestimated.

If a new mattress is out of the question for you, these three tips can help you extend the life of your old one and keep it in action for a little longer.

For more information, please visit: http://www.luxorlinen.com.au/

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