Emma's Mattress Care Advice

1. Test your mattress

Just like a new pair of shoes, your mattress and body need a little time to adjust. We suggest that you wait until
your body has had the full opportunity to experience the wonderful benefits provided by the Emma mattress.

Adapt to the mattress

It takes 6 to 8 weeks for your body to fully adapt to
a new mattress.

Trial Nights

Fortunately, our 200 night trial period gives you plenty of
time to test our mattress. Relax and enjoy!

2. Have a mattress that smells good

When you unroll your mattress you may notice a slight smell of "new". This is perfectly normal.

Air out your mattress for a few hours in a well-ventilated room.

You can also wash the cover to speed up this process. This will
remove odors that may have been trapped in the fibers.

If you wish, you can dilute a few small drops of your favorite
essential oil in water and spray the solution onto the foam
(not the cover!)

3. Rotate your mattress

In order to prevent any impression on the body, you can rotate your Emma mattress.

Once a month, for the first six months.

After that, a rotation every three months is enough.

No need to turn the mattress!

Make sure the white side of the cover is always facing up.
This will allow your mattress to retain all of its properties.

Grabbing the bottom of the corners of the mattress will be
the most gentle method on your back and on your mattress.
You can also ask a friend for help!

(Note: The handles are only used to adjust the mattress on
the bed frame and not to move it)

4. Find a suitable bed base

The Emma mattress is so adaptable that you can lay it on any clean, dry surface. However, placing
your mattress on a suitable base, such as a slatted base, will give you the best sleep possible.

The box spring

This bed base will provide firm support.

The slatted base

This type of bed frame will give you
more intermediate support. For optimal
comfort, the distance between the
slats should be 5cm maximum.

5. Let your mattress breathe

Our open cell foams are highly breathable to help you sleep soundly through the night.

Air circulation

Slatted bases prevent heat from building up and help
circulate air under the mattress.


We suggest using bed linen made from natural fibers such as
cotton. Materials such as flannel or satin can trap heat and
negate the cooling effect.

6. Caring for Emma

Take care of your Emma mattress just like you would your favourite T-shirt.

The upper part of the cover is machine washable up to 60°
and 40° for the lower section.

7. Protect your mattress

To enjoy a happy and healthy sleep for even longer, we recommend using our mattress protector.

It wraps around your mattress and includes probiotics that actively
fight mites that cause allergies.

The mattress protector is also waterproof. It wicks moisture and is
extremely breathable, for a sleep free of allergens and irritations.

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