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3 Tips to Keep Your Shelter Mattress Clean

When it comes to your shelter’s top priority, the health and safety of your guests is at the top - ensuring guests feel warm and welcome is of the utmost importance. At a shelter where guests are rotating in and out, it can be difficult to maintain a cleaning routine for your shelter’s...

Why It’s Important to Recycle Your Old Shelter Mattress

No matter how well you care for mattresses and industrial furniture at your facility, there will come a day when you’ll have to part with some of it. Regular wear-and-tear, even with durable, high-quality mattresses, is inevitable. There are a number of important reasons to recycle — not throw...

Our Best Tips for Cleaning Shelter Mattresses & More

Whether you’re battling cyclical germs, mold, other cleanliness issues, or something at the scale of a pandemic, there are effective ways to keep your mattresses clean in your facilities. Using the tips below for cleaning shelter mattresses will keep your residents safe and thriving, season...

The Benefits of American Bedding Shelter Mattresses

Buying your shelter mattresses from just anywhere won't guarantee you the same benefits as American Bedding — such as our unrivaled durability and affordability. Let's discuss a bit more of what makes our mattresses special (and will make all your residents feel that way, too).

Bed Bugs! Don't Let Them Creep Up on You

There’s nothing worse than bed bugs, those creepy crawly enemies of facilities, dorms, camps, and missions. But how do you know when you’re at risk, or more importantly, how to prevent an infestation? Don’t worry — that’s what we’re here for! Here’s how to discover, deal with, and prevent a bed...

4 Reasons You Need a Waterproof Mattress or Mattress Cover

When you hear “benefits of a waterproof mattress,” your mind probably goes straight to the kid in camp with the weakest bladder. But there are many more bodily fluids your college and rescue mission mattresses need to be protected from.

Waterproof mattresses and mattress covers are...

Tips for Winterizing Your Camp Cabins

We know it's barely fall, but in the world of camping, it might as well be winter! And when it's winter, that means it's time to winterize your camp cabins.

Signs That Bed Bugs Are Camping Out on Your Camp Mattresses

At places like summer camp, where you have a frequent rotation of guests from one week to the next, it can be difficult to spot a bed bug infestation. In fact, it's not uncommon for an infestation to go unnoticed until after several weeks’ worth of campers have come and gone.

Knowing exactly...

What to Do with Old Mattresses After You Break Up with Them

You've had a good run, but now it's time to let go, move on, and clean up the pieces.

Breaking up with your camp or institutional mattresses doesn't have to break your heart or your back. If you handle the situation correctly, getting rid of your old camp mattresses will only make your camp...

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