Jyotsna Nitika. futon. May 21st , 2017.
Lumps and bumps are signs that the internal comfort layers are breaking down. The cotton batting and foam layers that are used to insulate the sleeper from the steel innerspring coils break down over time. This creates a significantly less comfortable sleeping surface, and many people experience a sort of princess and the pea feeling when attempting to sleep on a lumpy, bumpy mattress. Unlike many fluffy duvets, mattresses cannot be put through the washing machine to evenly redistribute the cotton batting comfort layers. Once these get thin and lumpy, it is certainly time to replace the mattress.
- Invest in quality manufacturers who back up their products. Learn about the mattress options you have in various brands and within their lines. What you may find is that some of these products are well worth spending a bit more money on to get the quality that they offer.
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.
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