Mattress. Wednesday , October 18th , 2017 - 07:35:02 AM
You may be asking yourself by now why I haven’t mentioned organic latex. After all, I have insisted on organic wool and cotton, why not organic latex? The simple reason is that it doesn’t exist! Although most latex that is produced would probably be organic, there is no certifying body that has certified it as organic. Rest assured the latex in your organic latex mattress, if it is natural latex, is as good as it can be. There is just no certification as of the date of this publication.
There could be only a few advantages of purchasing all natural latex foam instead of synthetic. The quality of the mattress is not likely to be different, but you may perhaps find a preference in support of the naturally sourced material that comes from a Rubber tree in place of a man-made. This choice is more environment friendly as a completely natural latex foam mattress pad will be entirely recyclable once you no longer want it. However you might shell out much more for the all natural latex rubber foam mattress and in addition notice that obtaining an entirely natural latex rubber mattress is hard. Though this will probably be soon resolved seeing that some of the prime bed manufacturers are at the moment, turning out an entirely natural Talalay mattress.
Unlike the story of \"Goldilocks and the Three Bears,\" where Goldilocks tried sleeping on two beds before she found that the third bed was just right for her -- my nickname is Goldilocks, but this is not a fairy tale. This is a TRUE STORY about finding my perfect latex mattress 40 years ago, when I purchased my first bed, and my difficult search to find a replacement.
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