DO rotate your mattress occasionally to help maintain and prolong the quality/comfort of your mattress. Body impressions are caused by upholstery material compression and are normal characteristics of premium bedding. Such body impressions indicate that the upholstery layers in your mattress are conforming to your individual body shape. Body impressions up to 1-1/2" are not considered to be a structural defect.
DO replace your old foundation when you purchase your new mattress to help provide the proper support of your new mattress.
DO use a quality bed frame to support your mattress and foundation. If you have a Queen- or King-size bed, your bed frame must have a center support that extends to the ground in order to obtain warranty protection. DO use a mattress pad to help preserve the surface quality of your mattress, especially if children use the bed.
DO NOT smoke in bed or expose your mattress to an open flame. While this mattress is manufactured, as required by federal law, to resist ignition from a lighted cigarette, it is not flame or fireproof.
DO NOT attempt to rotate the mattress by yourself. To avoid damage to the mattress or the risk of personal injury, have someone help you rotate your mattress.
DO NOT fold, bend, or stand on your mattress.
DO NOT remove the law tag label attached to the end of your mattress. This tag helps identify and establish your warranty rights.
DO NOT use dry-cleaning-type fluid of any kind on your mattress. Such chemicals will damage components of your mattress.
DO NOT place a board in between your mattress and foundation since this negates the effect/purpose of your foundation.
DO NOT allow the mattress or foundation to get soiled or in unsanitary condition. This will void the warranty.