For those who have purchased a Saatva mattress, it is important to understand some basic tips on how to make sure the mattress will stay comfortable and supportive for as long as possible. The Saatva mattresses are very well made and feature some durable materials, but there are a few things owners can do to make sure their mattress will last. Keep reading to find out our Saatva maintenance tips, and don’t forget to read our full Saatva mattress review.
The Saatva mattress is not designed to be flipped, but rotating it is definitely a great idea. Rotating the Saatva mattress will help prevent body indentations from forming in the top comfort layers. When owners rotate the mattress, they can ensure the Saatva will wear evenly.
Buy The Saatva Foundation
I do suggest buying Saatva’s foundation because they have designed it to work specifically with the mattress. A proper foundation can ensure that the mattress and sleeper both get the support they need. This should prevent premature sagging and make sure that the Saatva lasts for as long as possible.
Dealing With Stains
It is possible that most Saatva owners will spill something on their mattress and stain the top. If this happens, Saatva recommends using a small amount os soap and a sponge to clean the mattress, but make sure not to use too much water as this can damage the mattress.
Saatva constructed the mattress so that it would last for at least 10 years. However, if owners maintain their mattresses well, the mattress could last for even longer.
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