Mattress. Monday , September 25th , 2017 - 16:31:50 PM
Some organic mattress manufacturers produce an organic product only to spray it down with these chemicals to pass the flame law test. So while you are buying an organic mattress, that does not necessarily mean you are buying a chemical-free mattress. It only means you are buying a mattress made with organic materials that have been sprayed with chemicals. Imagine the hypocrisy! This is where the importance of organic wool becomes apparent. Naturally, wool is a fire retardant. Wool doesn’t burn when exposed to a flame. When wool is used in an ample amount (an inch compressed) it becomes a fire retardant that passes the federal flame law requirements, making chemicals no longer necessary. While it is more costly to use wool, a true organic mattress manufacturer goes the extra step to be sure that your mattress is chemical free and truly organic. By the way, there are other fire-proofing methods available that are not chemical, but they also are not natural or organic. Be sure to ask if the manufacturer is using organic wool for fire retardant in the organic mattress.
The latex foam rubber mattress topper is available in sizes appropriate for most dimension of bed, and there are now many values about these latex toppers that consumers recommend. They are designed not to keep hold of odors, a widespread drawback with a few versions of other foam. They are also not likely to grow to be warped in the course of use. Another plus is that they will be more breathable than other kinds of foam mattress pads and purchasers may find this comforting if they get overheated or often experience hot flashes during the night. Moreover, the information that one of these mattress pads is able to persist for many years is proven and can provide the reason for buying a latex mattress or mattress topper.
Waterbeds are a bit of an evangelist thing; some people love them in a fanatical way, others don’t care that much. They are good for people with allergies and can be a bit more adjustable than regular innerspring mattresses. The downside is that they are very heavy when they’re set up. If you plan on setting up a mattress in an upstairs room or loft, check to be sure it’s strong enough to support a waterbed.
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