futon. Friday , March 24th , 2017 - 15:00:43 PM
Once you've verified that you're within the warranty period and you have your proof of purchase, you can contact the retailer you purchased from to begin the claim. This process may require that you fill out some paperwork describing your concern with the mattress and or boxspring - and you will need to submit the proof of purchase to the retailer. If your retailer has gone out of business or is no longer in your area, then you will need to contact the manufacturer directly to begin your claim.
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.
This is the part that provides comfort. Padding is usually made of polyurethane foam, puffed-up polyester, or cotton batting. Some mattresses have a foam layer just below the quilted top layer. Softer foams feel almost moist to the touch, and firmer foams do not spring back as quickly. Below this layer, there is a layer of cotton batting that caused the mattress to feel firmer in areas such as the middle of the mattress. Finally, there is an insulation layer that lies on top of the coil springs so that they cannot be felt from the top of the mattress. It also protects the coils from damaging the top layers.
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