futon. Monday , July 31st , 2017 - 01:00:41 AM
Prior to the 1940's, mattresses were still crudely constructed and many poorer people did not own proper mattresses, but still slept on roughly made ones. As America began to climb out of the Great Depression, the country found itself with a surplus of cotton. Having a surplus was driving down the price that farmers could get for cotton. This situation worked against economic recovery, so the United States government stepped in. In 1940, the government launched a campaign teaching people how to make mattresses at home. It even provided the cotton, the ticking, and the sewing needles needed to make mattresses. Government agents went out and taught people how to make the mattresses, and encouraged them to teach their friends and neighbors. The results of this campaign were that cotton prices rose, the cotton surplus was used, and even the very poor had soft beds and new skills.
The standard firm mattress does not feature additional padding to soften the surface that is actually lied down on. A plush mattress is one that has a bit of additional padding added to a firm mattress. Plush is a good choice for people who like a firm mattress but want just a little bit of a padded feeling to soften the top. Plush mattresses are not the kind of mattress that a person really sinks down into. They are a good choice for young children who shouldn't have too much fluffy bedding, and also for elderly people who might have difficulty getting out of a bed that is too fluffy and soft. Of course, some people might find that plush isn't soft and fluffy enough.
At this point in time, reality tells us that the mattress recycling industry will indeed go through the normal product life cycle. Those pioneers who with guts and savvy set up the first local mattress recycling facilities will be the ones who initially develop the demand/market. The wait and see folks will monitor the pioneers' progress and when the market becomes lucrative, the wait and see recyclers will jump into the market with newer more technically advanced equipment and drive the price per unit down. Historically, this entrance of more efficient companies into a given market has spelled the end of the pioneer companies who failed to prepare to update their equipment and ignored the low hanging fruit out there which the wait and see companies jump all over when they enter the market.
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