Out with the Old, In with the New
Your sleep comfort is about to improve dramatically with your new SONU Sleep System by greatly relieving pressures unavoidable with your old traditional mattress. Now that you've upgraded, what can be done with that old mattress? Below are 5 simple options to help solve this problem right away.

1. New Home

If your replaced mattress is practically new, you can recoup some of your investment by selling your mattress to a new home.

OfferUp is a very simple and easy to platform to sell your mattress locally.

Craigslist is a classified ad site where you can place a free ad in your area offering your mattress for sale, and buyers looking for "like new" mattresses can contact you.

2. Donate

Many charities accept lightly used mattresses, and most of them offer free home pick-up service or convenient local drop-off locations.

National Furniture Bank is an organization that offers an online database for individuals and families in need of furniture, especially mattresses. Some Furniture Bank locations offer free pick up.

The Salvation Army has a large network of sites that accept mattress donations, and you can schedule a time for them to pick up your old mattress.

FreeCycle is 100% nonprofit and focused on easing the burden of landfills. It is an online network that allows you to connect with those in need and give your mattress to be reused.

Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to making sure people around the world have a safe place to call home, and accept mattress donation drop-offs at many locations.

3. Recycle

Approximately 20 million mattresses end up in landfills every year in the U.S., posing a hazard to our environment. The following services are dedicated to preventing this by helping you recycle your old mattress.

Bye-Bye Mattress was created to help counteract the devastating effects of overflowing landfills, and is one of the best mattress recycling center locators in the U.S.

Earth 911 provides a search system that uses your location to find recycling centers closest to you that accept mattresses.

100 Mattress Recycling Centers is a list of recycling locations in major metropolitan areas nationwide. When recycling your mattress it is important to remember that most recycling centers will not take mattresses if they're heavily stained, soiled or infested with bed bugs.

4. Pick Up Service

Your mattress retailer may offer an assistance program for having your mattress picked up at home.

LoadUp is the service that SONU works with to provide mattress removal for the very small number of customers who choose to return their SONU. Pickups can be scheduled on their site.

Other companies you can hire to remove your mattress:

Junk King
College Hunks Hauling Junk
A Bedder World

5. Break Down & Reuse

Most traditional innerspring mattresses can be reused by disassembling into recyclable parts, sold for scrap, or used around your home for various projects.

Steel springs can be bundled and sold as scrap to be reincarnated as new steel components, such as wind turbines. Foam material can be reused as carpet padding or moving blankets, and when recycled, can be used as biomass fuel. Wood parts can be reused as landscaping mulch, stuffing for pet beds, or as scrap material for a variety of projects.

Watch this video on how-to break down a mattress if you decide to repurpose some of the parts of your old mattress

Make extra cash by selling shredded foam if your old mattress was made of foam - or reused in couch cushions, carpet padding and even building insulation.

Note: Innerspring mattresses contain sharp components - disassemble with caution.
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The SONU Sleep System

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The SONU Sheets

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The SONU Top Pillow Deluxe

The perfect amount of support and malleability to complement your SONU.

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