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Reasons To Regularly
Rotate and Flip Your Mattress

Your bed is your own personal recharging station, the spot to which you retreat at the end of the day. You’ll spend about a third of your life sleeping, which means a healthy relationship with your mattress is essential. Keep it fresh, and remember these reasons to regularly rotate and flip your mattress. If you take care of it, it’ll take care of you.

For Better Sleep Quality

When you’re putting all your weight on the same place every night, even the best mattress will eventually start to conform to your shape. If you want support—not dipping—let the mattress recover from the pressure by periodically rotating the mattress 180 degrees so that you’ll be sleeping in a different spot. Or flip it so that gravity can get to work restoring some of the spring. You’ll then be able to experience the benefits of a crisp, undented surface that takes pressure off your joints. You can enjoy better sleep if you’re not restlessly readjusting to get out of a mattress rut.

To Extend the Life of the Mattress

Your mattress will last longer if it can wear evenly over time. If you spread your weight more evenly by flipping and rotating the mattress from time to time, it won’t sag prematurely. If it remains in the same position for too long, you run the risk of sleeping in a lopsided bed. Just as you get your car’s tires rotated, you should change up where you rest so that you can count on your mattress to last longer.

For a Clean Routine

Manufacturers recommend flipping mattresses every three to six months, but your maintenance schedule is up to you. If you decide to shake things up at the change of each season, you can trade off rotating and flipping for maximum freshness. Each time, you have an opportunity to vacuum under the mattress, change the pad, and wash the dust ruffle. It’s an opportunity to get rid of any dust mites and allergens that might give your respiratory system trouble. Just make sure your mattress is the same on both sides and meant to be flipped.

You use your bed to relax, but you shouldn’t be mindless about its maintenances. Keep in mind these reasons to regularly rotate and flip your mattress so that you can get the most out of those quiet hours. If nothing seems to make a difference, visit Midwest Clearance Center’s mattress stores in St. Louis for something new, or check out our selection online. You deserve high-quality comfort even when you’re not awake.