How Long Does A Memory Foam Mattress Last,
Occupying the second place when it comes to the most durable mattress is memory foam mattress. With its sturdy construction, it can last for as long as 10-15 years. If you are wondering what the most durable mattress is, it is purported to be latex beds that can last for more than 20 years.
The construction of this mattress allows it to become wear and tear proof. In general, these mattresses have the innate ability to become a little more rigid than other types of mattress. It only gets softer when it adjusts to the body temperature of the person sleeping on top of the mattress.
However, there are some brands that have equipped their memory beds with more durability features such as water proof features and fire resistant features. There is a possibility that these mattresses can last longer than an average memory mattress.
That still depends on the right mattress brand. There are brands with very durable memory beds-so durable that they can even rival the durability of latex mattresses. There are also people who complain about their mattress sagging after only a few months of use.
The very nature of this foam makes the durability more difficult to gauge. Even though one foam has undergone the same manufacturing procedures as the other foams, how it would react to body temperature and how long it will last can still vary.
The important thing there is to purchase a good brand and to make sure that you are taking good care of your mattress. After all, a mattress does not have a self-healing or a self-cleaning feature. Not yet anyway.
One way to protect your foam and to prevent it from early deterioration is to get a pad or a topper. It is no secret that this mattress is expensive so you might want to go to extra way of purchasing a topper for it. Before anything happens to this memory foam, it will be inflicted first to the topper. Using this, you can stretch the life of your memory bed to a few more years.
Also, even though the manufacturing company will introduce it as a no-flip mattress, you should still rotate or flip it to even out wears. This way, it can redistribute the foams and prevent only one part form sagging.