The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), on behalf of the U.S. government, established regulations beginning July 1, 2007 that requires all mattresses sold in the United States to meet certain fire retardant standards. The law further requires that mattress labeling includes information indicating that the mattress meets current federal regulations concerning flammability.
To flip or not to flip. That is the question.
Latex mattresses have many benefits over ordinary mattresses. One of those benefits is the truly back-saving benefit of not needing to flip your mattress periodically. While this may sound a little too good to be true, the fact remains that latex mattresses do not wear in the same way traditional mattresses do, which is a large part of the reason you won’t need to flip your latex mattress.
If you’re experiencing pain and achiness upon waking in the morning and/or throughout the day, the culprit may be your mattress. While it’s a little difficult to imagine one mattress being the best mattress for back pain, the truth is that there are some mattresses out there that are better than others are for combating specific kinds of pain and soreness.
Many people balk at the first sign of the price tag when shopping around for latex mattresses. Savvy consumers know that there’s more to the price tag than the numbers on it, though — especially when it comes to mattresses where you spend about ⅓ of your life. With a latex mattress, you’ll find that night for night and dollar for dollar, you’re getting more than your money’s worth when you buy one. Here’s what makes the difference.
Even young Goldilocks understood the importance of finding the proper mattress firmness for a good night’s sleep. Mattresses that are too firm or too soft each bring unique problems that affect your ability to sleep comfortably and throughout the night. That’s why it’s important to take a few moments to learn which firmness is best for your sleep needs.
PlushBeds’ Botanical Bliss latex mattresses are available in four different levels of firmness. These levels are soft, medium, medium-firm, and firm.
You will come across many questions as you shop around for mattresses and compare products and prices. It’s always important to know what you’re getting so that you can make apples to apples comparisons as you explore your mattress options.
On occasion, you’ll come across terms such as natural latex mattresses or organic latex mattresses. On the surface, they seem to say the same things. But, there is a significant difference between natural latex and organic latex.
Believe it or not, many makers of “natural” latex mattresses actually glue the layers of their mattresses together. Not only does this introduce a few decidedly unnatural ingredients into the mix, but it robs mattress buyers of the ability to fully customize their mattress orders after the sale. Before you buy a natural latex mattress, here are a few benefits of going with non-glued latex mattress layers over those that are glued together.
Latex Mattress Body Contouring
Latex mattresses have many popular features and benefits. One of the most commonly cited is the body contouring properties natural latex provides.
Of course, some people, those who have never experienced the body contouring properties offered by memory foam or natural latex, don’t understand what the big deal really is when it comes to body contouring. It’s hard to get excited about something, after all, that you’ve never experienced or don’t really understand. So, here’s the lowdown to show you just how wonderful latex mattress body contouring is.