Memory foam cot mattresses are one of the mattresses that offer the greatest durability with simple care. But that doesn't mean that we should forget about it. With a simple daily maintenance we can optimise its durability and properties. It's very simple, we will explain how and what to do.
Memory foam mattresses have qualities that make them non-deformable, greater breathability compared to other materials and types of mattresses. As we all know, mattresses should be turned over from time to time to match their wear and tear, no matter what size they are, whether they are for babies, children, juniors or married couples.
Memory foams don't need a great ventilation or special transpiration, so they offer us the comfort of being able to install them on any type of support, such as an upholstered base, a board or a slatted bed base.
The heat generated by the baby's body while sleeping can reduce the quality of rest if it's not ventilated from time to time. A mattress that is not ventilated gives back the heat that has been transmitted, whereas if it's well ventilated, it will regulate the temperature, helping the baby to sleep better. The composition of the padding, which are the first layers that are in contact with our skin, play a fundamental role in the breathability of the mattress, so it's necessary to follow some simple but very important tips:
❥ The bedroom should be ventilated regularly, preferably dily, by opening the windows.
❥ Do not leave the mattress exposed to the sun for long periods of time.
❥ Don't put sharp or excessively heavy objects on it.
❥ Avoid (as far as possible) children jumping on the mattress.
❥ Regarding the mattress cleaning, you can use a damp cloth to clean it, always letting it air to dry perfectly, you can also clean the dust with a hand vacuum cleaner.