Mattress. Saturday , May 06th , 2017 - 15:00:25 PM
Whether or not a machine can do a better job of choosing your mattress than your own judgment is debatable but maybe it can? After all, when choosing a mattress you're supposed to lie down on it for at least 15 minutes, try out your various sleep positions, and, ideally, lay down on it in your pajamas - or whatever else you sleep in. Doing this is not easy as most consumers feel very self conscious when lying down on a mattress in a busy department store.
Latex Toppers are quite a bit more expensive. This is due to the fact that they are made of a material which is a bit more expensive - rubber. While a premium memory foam topper costs about $120 you will be expected to pay upwards of $220 for even a basic latex model. The latex design again moulds to your shape however it doesn't 'sink' like the memory foam. Imagine a very soft rubber and sticking your hand into it - that's what a latex mattress topper does. The advantages are that latex is very natural - it comes from the rubber tree so if you don't like synthetic things in your house the rubber topper is the better option. It's also hypo-allergenic and breathes easily, being a natural material.
With the sheets fitting nicely, you might want a nice comforter on top. A regular comforter, bedspread or blanket will come off easily. They make a comforter for bunk beds called a bunk bed cap. It is also known as a bunkie, hugger or snuggler. The bottom is fitted so it stays in place during the night and makes up nicely during the day. These special comforters are not just for bunk beds. They work well on twin or full beds, trundle beds or any bed with a footboard.
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