this is more a shopping than fashion post, but how often do u personally replace mattress?

 


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expand whole threadthis is more a shopping than fashion post, but how often do u personally replace mattress? rachelhal1/27/2013 11:36AM

Supposed to be every 7-8 years. I also use a matrice cover.tabster1/28/2013 5:43PM

Sorry I don't know the spelling for matrice, matrise? I don't know!tabster1/28/2013 5:44PM

10 years is the average life of a mattressbrandi96891/28/2013 3:02PM

when it starts being uncomfortableShadyPinesMa1/28/2013 8:53AM

Sleep number 14+ and can't see it ever needing replacementdggd1/27/2013 8:02PM

just got a new one after 10+ yrs, should have done it a few yrs before!fivezero1/27/2013 3:14PM

Even if you're purchasing a non-long-lasting mattress, I'd recommend encasing it in >>>alchemy1/27/2013 1:48PM

~10 yrsBrahbrah1/27/2013 12:02PM

^thisponeegryl1/27/2013 1:38PM

Just replaced ours after 11 years, the new one is a vast improvement!nekochama1/27/2013 11:50AM

Recently shopped for a mattress, most of them claim 15-20 yrsswim95navy1/27/2013 11:45AM

wow, that is a lot longer than the 7-10 yrs they used to sayrachelhal1/27/2013 11:46AM

I find I can't sleep on a regular mattress anymore and have to get these ropnica1/27/2013 11:44AM

Whenever they get notedly lumpy. IME this can be more than 10 years and varies by person/mattressgconn1/27/2013 11:40AM

I believe the rule of thumb is every 10 yearsjoy851/27/2013 11:37AM

but I wonder if that what the mattress cos. have brainwashed us to thinkrachelhal1/27/2013 11:39AM

Exactly. Either they're manufacturing them to break down fast or brainwashing us into the new (rop)confuzzled1/28/2013 2:45PM

They used to last longer, but companies have lowered quality to reach roelankat1/27/2013 11:53AM

thank you, I'll look into these suggestions and yeah, I def want flippablerachelhal1/27/2013 12:13PM