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I have a firm mattress, but it is about 20 years old. It is a Chiro - Protector Collection Eternity Super Plush Firm. I would like to know if it would be alright to use the box spring and mattress as a foundation for the new mattress I would like to buy? Thanks for your information.

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Hi Susan - Thanks for your question. FYI, a very similar question has just recently been answered called "Do I really need a new box spring for a new mattress?". Please take a look.

If these answers do not address your question, please go ahead and resubmit your question with a bit more specificity as to what different information or perspective you are seeking.

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I highly recommend only using a new boxspring/foundation for a new mattress. I wouldn't chance causing problems with the new mattress by having an older support system underneath.

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Hi Susan, It's like cheating on your taxes or on a test. It's ok, as long as you don't get caught. The same principle applies here. As long as your new mattress doesn't develop a problem, it'll be ok. Any mattress you buy for use as you've described will have its warranty voided the moment you do that. Pete

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