Mattress. Wednesday , April 19th , 2017 - 05:00:21 AM
Ever wonder what the difference was between a twin and a full-sized mattress? Or how about a king and a California king? This article explores the differences between the most common varieties of mattresses on the market, from smallest to largest.
Buying the right mattress is the most important factor when considering purchasing a new bed. This is your sleeping area and will affect the support and comfort of the bed. Always make sure that the mattress is suitable for the base and spend time trying them before making your purchase. There are several different types of mattresses: Open coil, pocket sprung, latex (conforms to the shape of your body for support and a good buy for people that suffer from allergies) and visco-elastic. Some mattresses, such as latex or visco-elastic do not need turning, but other mattresses need turning otherwise you will get dips where the filling has settled.
Full twin mattresses, also known as double beds, measure 54" x 75." Though sheets are easier to find than long twin mattresses and are cheaper than most queen and king sheet covers, full twin mattresses are unfortunately too small for many couples to use. Sleeping two adults in one of these will leave each individual with a whole foot less elbowroom than if one where to sleep on a single twin mattress. Also, if the sleeper happens to be taller than the average person, he/she may find that his/her feet hang awkwardly over the edge of the bed being susceptible to various pranks and fierce tickling wars.
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