Rotate the mattress topper as often as you rotate your mattress; if you have a “no-flip” mattress, just make sure you flip your topper about every three months.
By turning the mattress you will be able to manage the wear and tear of your mattress quite often, and this will help you quite a lot in the long run. All you have to do is to rotate your mattress to 180 degrees and use it like you usually do. This works with the one-sided pillow tops but also with the two sided mattresses, so no matter what mattress type you have, just don’t hesitate and flip it to keep the mattress for a longer period of time in the best shape.
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The closet is a good starting point in the bedroom. Sort your clothes and discard any you haven’t worn in the past year; these can be donated. Also check for any items that need repair and set them aside to mend when you take a cleaning break. This is also a good time to put away winter clothing and bring out your spring and summer attire. Additionally, you may find it helpful to add organization and storage containers to help control items like shoes, handbags and other accessories. As temperatures rise, your bedding needs will change, as well. Wash and put away blankets you won’t need until the weather turns cool again. Flip and rotate your mattress for longer wear before you add fresh, lightweight sheets. While the mattress is raised, you can take advantage of access under the bed to run the vacuum. A fresh new pillow will add the final refreshing touch to your spring-ready bed. Before you leave the bedroom, don’t forget to pull dressers and other furniture away from the walls to vacuum, dust each item thoroughly and wipe down baseboards and blinds or shutters.
Pin one card to the head of the bed and the other to the foot. Flip and rotate your mattress to make sure the card on the foot of your bed matches the most recent month, reading right-side-up, and you’ll always be on the proper rotation schedule.