Clarissa Bancroft. futon. June 07th , 2017.
When buying any product especially high priced products it is very important for the consumer to do their homework before forking over their hard-earned dollars. There is a feature of mattresses that every manufacturer promotes that is not for the benefit of the consumer but is a great benefit to them. That feature is the foam-encasement feature. For those of you who are not familiar with this feature, it is the three or four inch wide foam boarder that encases the innerspring unit of a mattress. Manufacturers promote this as a feature that expands the sleep surface and firms the edge of a mattress. This is complete nonsense!
Ever wonder what the difference was between a twin and a full-sized mattress? Or how about a king and a California king? This article explores the differences between the most common varieties of mattresses on the market, from smallest to largest.
The fibers of wool can bend 20,000 times without breaking. The durable qualities of the fiber mean that the pad will last a long time before it needs replacing. Wool fibers contain a lot of air. Because of this, it does not clump or compress. The fact that wool maintains its form is the reason the fiber provides adequate support. When the body weight is evenly supported, people enjoy a comfortable rest.
You see, my husband and I bought our old mattress over 15 years ago. You could actually see and feel the indents in the mattress where our bodies went.
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