As mentioned previously, there is a service that Nectar Sleep provides that involves them sending someone to deliver your mattress and set it up for you for a cost. Should you decide to forego that service, however, here’s what you can expect:
Your Nectar mattress will arrive in a box. The first step is, apparently, to unpack it from the box (once you bring it into your bedroom, of course). Do be aware that while one person can technically get the job done alone, the mattress is relatively thick and weighty, and maneuvering it by yourself can be cumbersome and difficult; if you want the process to go more efficiently, enlist the help of a friend or loved one.
In any case, while unpacking your mattress you may notice a faint aroma; this is perfectly normal and happens with all new mattresses. Once you’ve unpacked and unrolled your mattress, this scent should dissipate within a few hours ( but if you’re more sensitive to the smell, it’s recommended that you leave the mattress to air out for twelve hours or so to let the scent go away entirely).
It’s also advised to let your mattress set for a day or two to give it time to resume it’s full size and shape since being packed and shipped in a box condenses the memory foam (and it can take a little while for it to recover).
Every bed in a box or mattress bought in a store is going to have a “new mattress smell” Even the organic mattresses have a smell. Actually, in my opinion, a stronger smell since latex has a distinct smell of its own.
Any new smell should dissipate within a day or two, and this should not be a problem for most people.