TAKING CARE OF YOUR BED
Slats should run across the width of the bed and be 2.5" to 3" slat with the same space in between. Doubles or bigger should always have a support bar. ANSWER Make sure the slats are the correct width or adjust until they are.
The Berlin Wall
If the middle of the bed is not used it will be higher than the used areas. ANSWER Use the middle area. If one goes to bed early or has a morning lay in, use the middle space! As we get older we move less in bed and tend to sleep further apart. The bigger the bed, the more this can show!
This can occur from head to toe or left to right. If your bed rocks or a drawer sticks it's probably because your bedroom floor is uneven.
ANSWER Pack under a foot to discover which one needs to be levelled.
If you sit on the edge of your mattress you will damage it.
ANSWER Don't sit on the edge!
If a drawer breaks it is because you have overloaded it. Drawers are designed to break if overloaded to prevent damage to the base.
ANSWER Don't overload them!
Don't roll when moving your mattress. ANSWER Turn as a slab!
If you drive your car into a brick wall, the manufacturers aren't to blame ... you are! ANSWER Drive safe and look after your bed.