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The Best Way To Store
Your Mattress Topper To Prevent Damage
Unlike a mattress pad, a mattress topper is a substantial piece of bedding that can measure up to 4 inches thick, which can make it difficult to store.
Before storing it, thoroughly clean the mattress topper. Strip the bed of everything save for the mattress topper and meticulously vacuum it back and front from top to bottom.
Once it is clean, roll it as tightly as possible. Never fold a mattress topper as doing so causes unwanted creases, dents, and potential cracks that could damage it.
Start the rolling process at one end and firmly curl the topper into a spiral, turning it over on itself so it mimics the shape of a jelly roll.
Secure the mattress topper with ratchet straps, cam buckle straps, or bungee cords, then insert it into the bag it originally came in or place it in a vacuum seal bag.
Finally, store your bagged topper in a climate-controlled environment out of direct sunlight. Avoid attics, garages, or basements, which are susceptible to humidity and rodents.