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Care Guide

Investing in a custom 3/4 bed, bedding, and mattress protector for your antique bedframe ensures a comfortable and long-lasting sleep experience. To maintain the quality and extend the lifespan of these essential sleep accessories, proper care and maintenance are crucial. Follow this care guide to keep your custom bed, bedding, and mattress protector in top condition.


Sheets and Pillowcases

  • Wash sheets and pillowcases weekly in warm water (around 40°C) to remove body oils, sweat, and dirt.

  • Use a mild detergent to avoid damaging the fabric and causing skin irritation.

  • Avoid using bleach or harsh chemicals, as they can weaken the fabric fibers.

  • Tumble dry on low heat or line dry to prevent shrinkage and preserve the integrity of the fabric.


Duvet Covers and Comforters

  • Follow the care instructions provided by the manufacturer, as materials such as down, cotton, or polyester may need different washing methods.

  • Use a large capacity washer to ensure even cleaning without overcrowding.

  • Wash duvet covers and comforters every few months, or as needed, to maintain freshness.

  • Air dry or tumble dry on low heat with dryer balls to fluff up the filling and prevent clumping.


Mattress Protectors

  • Remove the mattress protector and wash it every 1-2 months to prevent the buildup of allergens, dust mites, and bacteria.

  • Check the care label for specific washing instructions, as some protectors may be machine washable while others require hand washing.

  • Use a gentle detergent and avoid fabric softeners or bleach to preserve the waterproof and breathable properties of the protector.

  • Air dry or tumble dry on low heat to prevent shrinkage and maintain the integrity of the waterproof membrane.


Antique Wooden Bed Frames

  • Dust wooden bed frames regularly with a soft cloth or microfiber duster to prevent the accumulation of dust and dirt.

  • Use a mild wood cleaner or diluted vinegar solution to spot clean any stains or spills.

  • Avoid placing heavy objects on the bed frame to prevent damage or warping of the wood.


Upholstered Bed Frames

  • Vacuum upholstered bed frames with a brush attachment to remove dust, pet hair, and debris.

  • Spot clean stains immediately with a mild detergent or upholstery cleaner to prevent them from setting.

  • Rotate the mattress regularly to distribute wear and maintain even support.


3/4 Mattress Should Be Regularly Rotated

  • Rotate the mattress every 3-6 months to prevent sagging and prolong its lifespan.

  • If your mattress has different comfort layers or is double-sided, flip it over periodically to ensure even wear.


Use a Mattress Protector to Avoid Spills and Stains

  • Use a mattress protector to safeguard against spills, stains, dust mites, and allergens.

  • Blot spills immediately with a clean cloth and mild detergent to prevent them from seeping into the mattress.


Ensure Your 3/4 Mattress Has Proper Support

  • Ensure your mattress is adequately supported with a sturdy bed frame or foundation to prevent sagging and maintain structural integrity.

  • Check the bed frame or foundation regularly for signs of wear or damage and replace if necessary.

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