- Relief of the body thanks to high restoring force of the mattress
- Complete freedom of movement.
The roviva roviluna mattress is characterized by its firm support comfort. Relief and support zones in the area of shoulders, buttocks and back allow maximum relaxation.
The mattress roviva roviluna has a multi-layer mattress core made of high-quality PU foam and Porotex with air cell structure. The pressure-relieving surface cut and the efficient transverse ventilation profile ensure maximum comfort.
The comfort mattress roviva roviluna is available in two versions: GrandPlaisir and HypoAllergen. The GrandPlaisir version consists of a climate cushion made of Swiss new wool and a comfort cushion. The side climate membranes underline the breathability of the mattress. The HypoAllergen version with synthetic padding is particularly recommended for allergy sufferers. Both versions are washable.
All our mattresses are available in the hardness grades soft, medium and firm.
- What is the best way to clean the mattress?
Gentle vacuuming of the mattress is sufficient for regular cleaning. All removable mattress covers can be dry cleaned. Washable versions are specially marked.
Please observe the care instructions (sewn-in label).
- Can the mattress cover be washed?
For the washable versions with natural upholstery pads, choose the wool wash cycle, hand wash cycle or the gentle wash cycle at a maximum of 30° C.
Use only wool detergent and fill the washing drum to 1/3 of its capacity. Do not spin-dry the mattress cover.
Please observe the sewn-in care instructions.
- Is direct sunlight harmful to the mattress?
Avoid direct sunlight on your exposed mattress core.
- How do mould stains develop?
Mould stains (mildew) may form at low room temperatures and with insufficient air circulation (e.g. box beds).
- What is the ideal room temperature?
A room temperature of 16-20 C° with a humidity of 45-60% is ideal for your mattress.
- How does the mattress stay fresh?
Regular ventilation of the bedroom guarantees a healthy and pleasant climate for you and your mattress.
The mattress layers must breathe in order to be able to release the moisture absorbed during the night back into the air during the day. You should therefore let the mattress air out for at least half an hour before embedding it.