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Unlike some things in life, your mattresses aren’t built to last a lifetime; in fact, many mattress manufacturers recommend that you change them every 8 to 10 years. Whether you own a fancy memory foam or natural mattress, you’ll have to dispose of it at some point, which is why we’ve created this handy guide for you.
How do I know if I should discard my old mattress?
Before we get into how best to dispose of your old mattress and/or box spring, you should double-check whether it’s ready to be thrown out. While manufacturers encourage you to replace your mattress every 8-10 years, this isn’t set in stone, and you should only throw out your mattress if it is showing its age. Symptoms of a mattress past its prime include:
The pesky gap between your mattress and headboard can cause a lot of disturbance and discomfort after you lose your pillows for the umpteenth time. If you’ve ever had to get up in the middle of the night just to reclaim pillows that were stuck in the gap, you know just how annoying these disruptions to a good night’s sleep are.
On top of that, these gaps can be a health hazard to your children, as they might get their necks or legs stuck inside these gaps with dire consequences. Whether these gaps are due to a small mattress on a large bedframe or adjustment issues, we will help you plug the gap and have a good night’s sleep in this article.
The gap between Mattress and Headboard
The gap between a mattress and a headboard is not always a design flaw, as a small gap makes it easier for you to ch
Many people are unable to determine the difference between open coil and pocket sprung mattresses, even though we are more conscious about healthy sleep than ever before. We all want to sleep well and live healthily, so how do we do this and what is the difference between open coil and pocket sprung mattresses anyway?
Mattresses are often one of the most expensive things in your home, but we all know how important a great night's sleep is to your long-term health and happiness. To get a sound night’s sleep and a solid investment form your mattress, you first need to know which type of mattress is right for you.
Mattresses are usually made in either open coil or pocket sprung styles, and this article will help you distinguish between them and choose the right style for your needs. Both styles of mattress rely on multiple springs to support your body, but they d
As we all know, sleep is crucial for our health and wellbeing. Depravity of this daily action can alter immune functions, even for healthy people who do not suffer from allergies. People with chronic diseases are more vulnerable to sleep disruptions caused by the presence of symptoms of illness at night, which can negatively affect a person's quality of sleep, and lower the immune system. Allergies are one of the most common chronic diseases and - when not treated right - have the ability to affect sleep in important ways.
It’s important to understand that different materials on your mattress may have an impact on the accumulation of allergens. A typical used mattress is home to between 100,000 and 1 million mites. That may sound surprising, but when you understand an average person sheds roughly 454 grams of skin a year, and that the average person sweats around 285ml every night (moisture that is then left in your b
For many, buying second-hand goods is a great way to save money. Lots of us enjoy looking out for a great deal where we can, like a quirky antique table, or something smaller, like an old book to read on a cosy night in. Most of the time, these purchases are win-win situations, not only are you getting something cheap, but you’re giving life to something that might have ended up clogging up a landfill if it weren’t for you buying it. However, there are some things you should really consider buying new. Your mattress is one of them.
We spend roughly a third of our life asleep, and good sleep is considered important for your health and wellbeing. It’s not a good idea to cut corners with a purchase that can have such a big impact on your life. And you don't need to. Here at Sleep Express, we offer a variety of high quality mattresses at affordable prices.
We’re sure you’ll welcome Black Friday mattress sales. Who doesn’t love a bargain? Black Friday, now an annual event, is synonymous with unbelievable deals. When we hear the term, we think of amazing discount prices. It’s a shoppers dream come true if you’re looking to upgrade anything, from electrical equipment, to furniture, to clothing.
Black Friday sales offer great products and prices to match.
So where did the term Black Friday come from?
Well, it originated in the US. Black Friday was around a long time before it was known by that name. It is, very simply, the sale that takes place after Thanksgiving. This year, it falls on Friday 27th November. This historical annual sales event is similar to the Boxing Day sales we see in the UK, and sees shoppers race to online and high-street stores in
Looking for an affordable mattress under £500?
In today’s market, mattresses can be costly. If you're someone who is looking to save a bit of cash on your purchase, or if you don’t have a lot of disposable income but need an upgrade, we’re able to offer you cost-effectiveness, comfort, and a lot more for your money.
To help you (and your bank account), here are our top mattress picks for under £500.
This model is from our advanced foam mattress range, and makes our list for its many great features. Its two-part build offers sublime comfort and support, so it’s perfect for you if you struggle with neck or back pain. This model has a sumptuous pillow feel, due
So, you’re looking for the perfect fit? You’re in the market for a new mattress, but need more information on whether it will have a good relationship with its existing counterpart - the bed frame. Or perhaps it’s happening the other way around - you found your perfect mattress, but aren’t sure which bed you should buy. We understand. It can get complicated!
It might not seem like it, but there’s a lot to consider here. To help you form this epic partnership, here are a few important points to consider.
Here, size certainly matters. Your mattress must fit your bed frame. If it’s too small, it will slip around. If it’s too big, it will buckle when you try to squish it in, or you’ll fall off the end if your weight is not supported.
A lot goes into choosing the right kind of mattress for your bedroom. Not only do you need to consider different levels of firmness for your body weight, but you also need to think about your sleeping position. Throw a sleeping partner into the mix and there are even more variables to the selection process. test
Finding a suitable mattress that works for both of you isn’t always easy. But we’ve picked out some top mattress products to cover a multitude of needs and preferences. Here’s a guide to choosing the best mattresses for couples, plus recommended buys for the perfect night’s sleep.
The best mattresses for cushioned comfort
If you want extra cushioning and added support for the spine, look for a mattress that comes with a pillow top layer. A pillow top mattress helps to contour the back, h
Are you wondering what the point is of a zip and link mattress? Otherwise known as zip-link mattresses? Or, maybe, you have never heard of them, but interested to know what they are? Here we will explain what a zip and link mattress is and the benefits of buying one.
So, what exactly is a zip and link mattress?
Put simply, they are two mattresses that a joined or linked by a zip to create one full sized mattress. Often, zip and link mattresses come in a king or super king size.
The benefits of a zip and link mattress
There are a few reasons why you might want to purchase a zip and link mattress.
- A zip and link mattress is great for