Foam and latex mattresses should be rotated every 4–6 months, especially if there is a significant weight difference between the people who use the bed.

Hybrid mattresses should be rotated every 3–4 months, regardless of the weight difference between people who use the bed.

To rotate a mattress, turn the mattress 180 degrees (making the head of the bed the foot of the bed). Rotating a mattress allows the surface to recover from prolonged body indentations. This will help the longevity of the mattress.

Note: Due to the ordering of the layers of GoodMorning.com mattresses, they should ONLY be rotated and never flipped.

Hybrid mattresses should be rotated every 3–4 months, regardless of the weight difference between people who use the bed.

To rotate a mattress, turn the mattress 180 degrees (making the head of the bed the foot of the bed). Rotating a mattress allows the surface to recover from prolonged body indentations. This will help the longevity of the mattress.

Note: Due to the ordering of the layers of our mattresses, they should ONLY be rotated and never flipped.

Our mattresses should be rotated every 4–6 months, especially if there is a significant weight difference between the people who use the bed.

To rotate a mattress, turn the mattress 180 degrees (making the head of the bed the foot of the bed). Rotating a mattress allows the surface to recover from prolonged body indentations. This will help the longevity of the mattress.

Note: Due to the ordering of the layers of our mattresses, they should ONLY be rotated and never flipped.