futon. Monday , April 24th , 2017 - 08:00:43 AM
Rome is credited with the next big innovation in resting comfort around 200 B.C.E. when cloth sacks were stuffed with softer materials like wool. Rome's wealthy citizens enjoyed mattresses made of sacks filled with down feathers. By this time, beds were raised off the ground onto platforms. Sleeping off the ground avoids pests and drafts; and the ruling Roman class wanted nothing to do with either. Raising the bed off the ground also serves to make it easier to get into and out of bed, and supporting the mattress in a frame helped it retain its shape.
In regards to weight, there is no much difference because producers use foam to make both products. Casper is however slightly heavier than its opponent in every size. It is perhaps because of the substantial support and poly foam layers.
The natural wicking properties of wool not only keeps people cool and dry, it is what makes the fiber resistant to mildew. Wool is also known for being antimicrobial. Bacteria is not attracted to natural fibers because of the surface of the fibers are rigid and neutrally charged. People that suffer from allergies will appreciate the fact that wool is hypoallergenic. Dust mites prefer to live in humid environments. Since wool stays dry, the pads do not act as a habitat for the mites.
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