futon. Sunday , April 09th , 2017 - 16:00:42 PM
There are many rumors and much concern regarding fire retardant chemicals being used in manufacturing mattresses in America. Historically, mattresses were made with natural fibers such as cotton and wool. These fibers are not fire proof, though they are naturally somewhat slow to burn. Since the 1960's, mattresses have been increasingly manufactured with synthetic materials-- many of which burn faster than natural fibers.
Nearly all comfort layers feature either cotton or polyester fiberfill batting. Shoppers will often come across combinations of both. Cotton holds its fluffy loft better than polyester fiberfill, but polyester fiberfill is less expensive. These are the materials that are layered and quilted to create a soft, quilted mattress top. Euro-top and pillow top mattresses usually have more batting than firm mattresses and foam mattresses that feature comfort layers.
Loosely woven fabrics don't make superior covers. Bed bugs are very small and will simply move through openings in loosely woven material. This makes it vital to shop for a zippered mattress cover created with tightly woven material so that absolute entrapment of the bedbugs will be achieved.
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