| Assembly Instructions - Coil Support
(Click Here for latex support)
The EOS Organic Mattress ships in 3 boxes for twin, twinXL and full, and 5 boxes for queen, king and calking.
The mattress encasement, as well as each layer, comes in its own respective box. This allows for convenient shipping and easy layer swaps.
It is recommended to have two people for assembly, but it's possible for one person to manage. It typically takes about
15 minutes for a two-person team. Assembling the mattress yourself will also familiarize you with the layers so you can swap
more efficiently if needed. If you would like your mattress setup for you, please select "In-Home Delivery" during checkout.
||Step 1: Mattress Encasement
Unpack the mattress encasement and lay across the foundation or platform bed. The mattress should lay on a flat surface or on slats
no more than 1.5" apart. Roll up the quilt towards the back of the mattress to allow the components to easily slide in.
|Step 2: Bottom/Support Layer
OPEN ROLL-PACKED COILS
Carefully cut through the outer wrapping to release the coils. Do not cut too deep as to avoid cutting the coil fabric itself.
The coils will slowly expand once fully unwrapped. The coils are encased in an organic cotton wrap for ease of handling
and long-term durability. Do not remove the coils from this protective wrap.
PLACE COILS INSIDE THE MATTRESS ENCASEMENT
Lay the support coil(s) inside the mattress encasement. For queen, king and calking, be sure to align the brown strips
along the outer edge of the mattress (the coils along the brown strips are firmer for edge support). For split support configurations
(i.e. if you ordered different firmness levels for the left and right side of the bed), place each layer on the side you intended for that layer.
For twin, twinXL, and full sizes, you will have proper edge support regardless of the orientation of the brown strips.
ALIGN WITH SEAMS
Squeeze the coils into the encasement so that the bottom edges of the coil unit line up perfectly with the bottom seam
of the mattress encasement, especially in the corners. It should be a tight fit, so don't be afraid to push and pull until
everything is lined up. Failure to properly align the coils may lead to a deformed looking mattress.
||Step 3: Top/Comfort Layer
Unpack the top comfort layer(s) and place over the support layer.
For split configurations, place each layer on the side you intended for that layer. Press the comfort layers to fit fully inside the encasement
while lining up the edges nicely over the support layer.
|Step 4: Zip Quilt
Unroll and spread the quilt out over the comfort layers. The encasement has
dual zipper pulls that meet in the middle for easy access and assembly. Pull the two sides of the zipper
together so they are lined up straight. This will help relieve stress from the zipper so it can zip more smoothly.
While zipping up the quilt, be careful not to get anything caught in the zipper.
It may be helpful to use one hand ahead of the zipper with gentle downward pressure on the inner materials
to keep them out of the way.
||Step 5: Sleep Like A Baby
Congratulations, you're done!