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  • Mattress is one of the most important furnitures in our home. An uncomfortable or inappropriate mattress can lead to poor sleep, fatigue and a generally decreased quality of life.
  • Mattresses are manufactured in four sizes: single, twin, queen and king. But, most of the mattresses today are made with inner coil springs to provide comfort and support at the same time.
  • Cheap mattresses can be purchased for $200 or $300, but these tend to relatively low end and will not provide the comfort or the durability of a more expensive mattress.
  • A typical mattress is a 23 cubic foot assembly of steel, wood, cotton and polyurethane foam. But mattresses have typically been difficult to recycle and most of the municipal recycling facilities wonít offer to do it.
  • Dust can be removed from your mattress and divan using a soft brush. Vacuum cleaners must not be used as they can dislodge the fillings.
  • Solid foam mattresses also offer a wide choice of "feels". Companies manufacture mattresses in such a way that they can stand rough and tough while  handling. If it is properly designed, they should not come apart easily.
  • Used mattresses contains bacteria, viruses, mould, dust mites and spores which makes re-using difficult. In recent times, the recycling efficiency of mattresses has been  increased and a worker can easily recycle 20-25 mattresses per hour.
  • Many mattress materials are made from recycled and renewable materials, and so it can be recycled at the end of their useful life for use in other products. Recycled foam and unwanted mattress can be then cleaned and used for making carpet pads and mattress pads, or even we can use for your petís bedding.
  • Recycled steel from the unwanted mattress can be used for construction purpose and we can save money on this.
  • Dry and un-moldy mattresses and box spring units are accepted for recycling. This includes mattresses from futons, baby cribs and toddler beds. Sleeper sofas are not recyclable now.
  • The organised segment is beginning to develop and currently has a market of Rs. 980 crores.
  • Kurlon is the leader notching up sales of Rs.380 crore (US$ 79.20million) while translating into a share it comes nearly 39% of the organised market.
  • Some of the tips to care your bed: Turn your mattress frequently. The materials used in the mattress are designed to conform to your bodyís individual outline. If your mattress is 2-sided, do rotate your mattress head to toe after 2 weeks use.
  • When purchasing a new mattress, DO replace the foundation . An old foundation may not provide sufficient support. It may appear that your new mattress is sagging but it is really the foundation, that  supports the entire mattress.
  • Don't smoke in bed. Donít use dry cleaning fluid of any type on your mattress. Donít let anyone stand or jump on your mattress or foundation. Don't carry mattress using handles.
  • A good foundation (box spring) is as important as a good mattress. Don't put a new mattress on an old foundation. In order to recycle a mattress, workers must tear the outside fabric apart and separate the inner springs, wood, cotton and foam.
  • To ensure mattresses remain Ďfit for purposeí and clinically effective, it is recommended to check their condition on a regular basis. Ideally, every six months, or atleast every 12 months. The results of these regular audits should be recorded on mattress audit forms.
  • Hexagonal Roller Testing is a testing method used to test a mattress. In which manner that simulates human sleep movements, the rollers are rolled side to side. Mattress and foundation sets are subjected to 100,000 cycles of a 240 lb.roller.
  • Cornell Type Testing is another method which employs using a  mattress durability testing device, which subjects mattresses to 100,000 vertical strokes, simulating 10 years of use. Mattress Flammability Testing can also be done. Mattresses undergoing these tests are exposed to open flame ignition.

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