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Caring For A Natural Mattress - What To Expect

Caring For A Natural Mattress - What To Expect

Caring for Your Natural Mattress: What to Expect

Temperature regulation, natural flame resistance, and gentle support are just a few of the benefits offered by our all-natural mattress fillings. Handcrafted in Britain, our Tiny Dreamer Natural mattress range is meticulously stuffed with certified organic coconut coir and 100% lambswool.

This guide is tailored for parents who have invested in our Tiny Dreamer Natural mattress and seek insights into its care. Wool-based mattresses require regular maintenance, including flipping and rotating, to uphold their shape and prevent sagging.

Upon Delivery: Upon receiving your mattress, carefully review the accompanying mattress guide and promptly implement the recommended steps. Due to the delivery process, your mattress may have undergone slight compression. Allow it to rest for an hour before dressing it with fresh sheets. Opening windows to enhance air circulation can expedite its return to shape.

Regular Airing: Upon unpacking your mattress, you may detect a distinct odor. This is typical, as the natural components—lambswool, organic coconut coir, and natural latex—each possess their own inherent scent. This unavoidable aroma will gradually dissipate over time, ranging from a few days to a few weeks. Rest assured, it is entirely harmless. Adequate ventilation is essential. We advise airing out your mattress weekly to facilitate moisture desorption and release. Additionally, exposing the mattress (without bedding or covers) to direct sunlight for 3-4 hours on each side can aid in deodorizing, as sunlight possesses natural deodorizing properties. Opting for 100% natural fiber sheets, such as organic cotton, further promotes mattress breathability.

Regular Rotation: Your mattress will conform to your body's weight and contours over time. Regularly rotating it from foot to end ensures even distribution of the filling and prolongs the mattress's lifespan. Given the weight of wool-filled mattresses, this task typically requires assistance.

Settlement is Normal: After several weeks of use, you may observe that certain sleeping areas show signs of wear more prominently than others. This is a natural occurrence and should not cause alarm. Soft, natural layers tend to compress slightly with use, indicating high-quality filling. Minimize settlement by adhering to a routine mattress rotation schedule.

It's important to acknowledge that fiber dipping and wear and tear of natural fabrics are inevitable aspects of mattress usage.

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