futon. Saturday , January 27th , 2018 - 20:14:32 PM
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.
Some other types of mattresses are made of latex foam or memory foam. These can be purchased in different densitiesthe higher the density, the more firm it is.
Vulnerability to wear and tear and lack of orthopedic support is why convoluted foam is more and more frequently replaced with latex and visco-elastic foam. However, because latex and memory foam are orthopedically supportive for the body and are renowned for being comfortable sleep surfaces, these layers are usually found toward the top of the comfort layers. A mattress with memory or latex foam comfort layers is a great compromise for people who prefer innerspring support, or who do not want to spend the money on foam mattresses that are often more expensive than innerspring mattresses.
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