1. Sleeping on it
2. Pointing a space heater directly at it
3. Putting all kinds of heated blankets on it
4. Encouraging my overweight cats to jump onto and off of it all day....
I can happily say that it's starting to soften up and be very comfy. Like, don't-wake-up-all-stiff-and-crochety comfy. Almost excited-to-go-to-bed comfy. Definitely don't-want-to-get-out-of-bed comfy. Well, I've never wanted to get out of bed, so I guess that one doesn't matter. Also, it still smells like it's dipped in hot rubber. What I really need is a bunch of hooligans from the neighborhood to come over and jump around on it for a day to squeeze all the tempur-farts out of it. I can see the craigslist ad now....
"Local couple seeking kids to jump on bed.
Will supply caffeinated drinks and candy.
Results may be sent to America's Funniest Home Videos.
Bottom line is that it's getting better. Hopefully come springtime, our Tempur will be the heavenly cloud of rainbows and butterflies that we laid on in the store. Until then, as long as I'm under my electric blanket, everything is delightful.