In this article, you will learn more about rolled mattresses – what they are, what their prices are, how to unpack a rolled mattress and how long it takes to return to its full volume.
Table of Contents:
- What is a rolled mattress?
- What is the difference between rolled mattresses and other mattresses?
- What are the prices for rolled mattresses?
- How do you unroll a rolled mattress?
- How long to leave a rolled mattress after unpacking?
- How long can a mattress stay packed in a roll?
What is a rolled mattress?
Mattresses on rolls are machine-packed mattresses that are then rolled up for more efficient storage, transport, and delivery. The mattress is rolled up immediately after manufacturing. After manufacturing, the mattress is placed in dense nylon and a special machine sucks the air out of the nylon to roll up the mattress. The result is a mattress in a package that is practical, easy, and inexpensive to transport, store and deliver.
What is the difference between rolled mattresses and other mattresses?
Rolled mattresses are no different from other mattresses except that they are lighter and more convenient to transport. Imagine how much easier it is to just put the mattress, if it has a smaller volume and size, in the elevator and then unpack it in your bedroom. Rolled mattresses make moving easier and save you from having to ask friends and relatives to help carry it.
Can every mattress be rolled? No. However, not every mattress can be rolled up and vacuumed.
What are the prices of rolled mattresses?
The price is not different from a standard mattress, in many cases it is even lower because the packaging saves transportation costs. Prices for mattresses on rolls vary, depending on the model, characteristics of the product, and its size.
Unpacking a rolled mattress goes as follows:
Place the mattress on the surface for which it is intended and tear off the top layer of the packaging. After removing the top layer of the mattress, unroll the roll and remove the mattress from the rest of the package.
How long does it take for the mattress to regain its shape and volume?
On average, it takes 24 hours for a rolled mattress to regain its shape after unpacking.
On the warranty card of the mattress is always indicated how long it takes for the mattress to regain its shape.
How long to leave a rolled mattress after unpacking?
The time during which the rolled mattress regains its full volume and during which you should not lie on it varies from 24 to 72 hours, depending on the information on the warranty card.
How long can a mattress stay packed in a roll?
Once you receive your vacuum mattress, you can leave it packed for up to 30 days (unless otherwise specified by the manufacturer). After this period, you should unpack it and place it on a suitable surface, because if it remains in this packaging for too long, it is quite possible that it will not regain its shape.
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Frequently asked question
What are the prices for rolled mattresses?
Prices depend on the model and size. There are both inexpensive models and those of the highest class. Check the prices on Nextday Mattresses.
How long should the mattress lie after unpacking to regain its volume?
This period usually varies from 24 to 48 hours. Each mattress is accompanied by a warranty card, which indicates how long the mattress should not be used after unpacking to regain its shape.
Is it easy to unpack a mattress?
Yes. You can do it with bare hands
Do rolled mattresses deform due to packaging?
No. The technology of packaging, vacuuming and rolling mattresses is designed to protect the product and fully preserve its properties. Moreover, all mattress manufacturers and importers make sure that the rolled mattresses are not stored for too long, so there is no risk of deformation due to the way they are packed and stored.