Box Spring / September 18, 2017 / Pierrette Segal
A service that is often needed not just for business reasons but also for charitable purposes is for a company to help get rid of mattresses box springs and other household items. Just by calling removal companies these customers have already completed a necessary and useful step in the process of getting rid of nuisance items we would still like to give you some tips and steps that help you with this process while also answering some questions you may have. Other sites that have written articles say just "Donate Them" but unfortunately its not that simple. You see some places wont accept used mattresses or box springs so this process will take care of both scenarios.
Its best to first review your mattress manufactures guideline on how to properly set up your mattress. Many mattresses require you to have a box spring. This box spring ensures your getting adequate back support. Incorrect box springs can cause lumps and dips. The result can cause severe pain in your body or maybe worse less quality of sleep. Remember that its important to review the guideline. Improper setup could possibly void your warranty.
Todays newer materials are smooth not crunchy and are far more durable and comfortable to sleep on. We recommend that you purchase NON-Membrane mattress encasings that are cool to sleep on and can be safely dried in a cool to warm temperature clothes dryer. REMEMBER it is the hot water in your washing machine that kills the dust mites and flushes away the dust mite and pet dander allergen. NOTE: There is no need to dry your encasings in a hot dryer and your encasings will last longer when dried in a cool to warm dryer! Waterproofing your mattress encasing If you need to totally waterproof your mattress encasing the answer is very easy and inexpensive! Instead of purchasing a more expensive water proof mattress encasings or waterproof mattress cover that will have to be washed anyway if the person has an accident just cover your mattress encasing with a sturdy but thin sheet of inexpensive waterproof material such as plastic vinyl or nylon that can easily be wiped off or replaced if an accident occurs.