You just purchased a new mattress. You even got a mattress protector, pillow, and bed frame to go with it. You can’t wait for it to be delivered—that old bed hurts your back. You lie down expecting the best sleep of your life…and your new mattress doesn’t feel like the model you tried in the showroom. It feels firmer. Is this even the same bed? Before you start second-guessing your new investment, consider the following points:
- Showroom mattresses are usually softer than new mattresses because people sit, lie, and roll on them every single day. Your new mattress hasn’t had to bear any weight yet!
- Like a new pair of shoes, a new mattress needs to be broken in. Using your mattress on a regular basis allows the materials to soften and conform to your body over time.
- Your body is accustomed to your previous mattress—no matter what kind of shape it was in! It will take time for your body to adjust to a new support system.
With that in mind, Parklane Mattresses asks that you keep your new mattress for a minimum of twenty-one nights, though two months is ideal to complete the break-in process. Of course, if the mattress does not meet your comfort needs after the allotted time, then we offer a 90-Night Comfort Guarantee to ensure you end up on the bed that’s right for you.