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As you enjoy your mattress every night, lying there all cozy and comfy, your body is creating its indentation in your mattress. After some time, your mattress may not provide the spring back it once did. Therefore, flipping your mattress and sleeping on the opposite side, or rotating the mattress so you sleep on the unused section of the current side, could give you a fresh new sleep surface.
Let’s talk about devising a mattress rotation schedule and how to get the most out of flipping or rotating your mattress.
Flipping mattress over ensures you’re making use of every square inch
Flipping mattress over ensures you’re making use of every square inch. Your mattress becomes accustomed to your body shape resulting in less push back (comfortability). Flipping or rotating the mattress can give it a new lease of life.
Flipping your mattress ensures;
Not every mattress can be flipped, hybrid mattresses, and some layered foam mattresses. Check with your mattress manufacturer first.
Rotating your mattress may be a little easier than flipping as you’re just sliding the mattress in a circle.
A 2 sided mattress is one that has the same sleep surface on both sides. While a one-sided mattress is constructed in layers with the top the only sleep surface. If your current mattress has just one sleep surface, you can still enjoy a refresh by rotating it 180 degrees or sleeping on the side that is less used. If you share the bed you can still rotate and feel some benefits.
AirFoam™ 10” Original (AirFoam™ 12” Signature is double-sided so can be easily flipped or rotated for comfort)
Most mattresses can be rotated and include;
Most memory foam mattresses are made with a layered system that prohibits them to be flipped. However, rotating your memory foam mattress is another option and ought to be done every 6 months.
The AirFoam™12” Signature is made entirely free from memory foam and has 2 sleep surfaces for flippable comfort.
An innerspring mattress is the same on both side so can be flipped and rotated every 6 months.
Depending on the latex mattress construction it may be best to rotate mattress and flip it. Generally every 6 months for best results.
Flip mattress or rotate mattress every 6 months
Take care when flipping or rotating your mattress as they can be quite heavy, enlist the help of a buddy if you can, and follow these simple steps.
To bring a new lease of life to your bedroom you can start by flipping mattress and enjoying a fresh sleep surface. It’s easily done and takes no time to complete. It also gives you an opportunity to vacuum your entire sleep space, which can ease allergies and help you sleep better. Your new mattress rotation schedule ought to be every 6 months but you are free to flip and rotate as often as you wish.
An older mattress may need to be flipped every two months while a newer mattress can be flipped every 6 months. Take note of the manufacturer’s recommendation on the mattress and be mindful that not all mattresses can be flipped due to their layered construction, some memory foam mattresses for example.
Depending on the age of your mattress you may need to rotate the mattress every two months. If your mattress is relatively new, you could prolong its lifespan by rotating the mattress every 6 months. When rotating or flipping your mattress, vacuum the entire mattress, base, and under the bed for an extra fresh sleep space.
Flipping a mattress is very easy. Strip the bed, move your nightstands and any other furniture out of the way to give yourself some room, lift the mattress on its side, gently lower the mattress back on its base, take this opportunity to vacuum the entire mattress, bed base, and under the bed.
Rotating your mattress is even easier than flipping it. Strip the bed, Move your nightstands and any other furniture out of the way to give yourself some room, slide the mattress 180 degrees so where your head used to sleep will be at the foot of the bed, vacuum entire sleep space before dressing the bed.
Before flipping your mattress, consult the manufacturer guidelines first to ensure that your mattress can be flipped. Not all mattresses can be flipped over, for instance, some layered memory foam constructions can not be flipped but can be rotated. Hybrid mattresses can not be flipped because they have a one-sided sleep space only but can be rotated.
Flipping your mattress could give it a new lease of life. When sleeping on a mattress for a long time, your body created an indentation that may not provide the most optimal sleep comfort as it once did. Flipping your mattress gives you a new sleep space to enjoy but be careful as a one-sided mattress can not be flipped.
According to the Tempurpedic website, Tempurpedic mattresses do not need to be flipped or rotated. The Tempur material should keep its shape for the duration of its lifespan. However, if you feel your Tempurpedic mattress is losing comfort, you could rotate it and see how it feels for a few nights.
Most memory foam mattresses are constructed in a layered format, therefore, they only have just one sleep space. Flipping your memory foam mattress is inadvisable but it is possible to rotate your memory foam mattress. Rotate 180 degrees so the part, where you used to put your head, is now at the foot of the bed.
Flipping your mattress allows you to enjoy every square inch of its sleep space. It can also prolong the mattress lifespan and bring you greater comfort. Take care with mattresses that have just one sleep side, most memory foam mattresses, and hybrid mattresses, for instance, rotating these 180 degrees is the best option here.