Mattress. Wednesday , June 21st , 2017 - 09:00:56 AM
While this time the progress of technology has been breathe taking. The world has seen the arrival of trains, planes, cars, vaccinations, TV, personal computers and space travel. Yet the mattress has remained relatively unchanged, pretty much as it was when it was first invented. That was until the invention of viscoelastic foam.
The bottom layer is what provides the support. Currently, a Stearns and Foster mattress offers two types of support; innerspring and latex. Whichever you choose, you will be getting the best. The innerspring version contains its 504 Progressive Support Coils that are double offset with 12 3/4 gauge high-carbon steel. They are also twice tempered which helps them retain their shape better and for longer. Latex is becoming popular once again; it's hypoallergenic and conforms to the sleeper's body shape.
The advantage or disadvantage here (and read carefully, this is important) is that the cover does change the sensation somewhat. Instead of truly feeling the sensation of memory foam through your linen, the effect is smoothed over slightly for a less intense sensation. You can feel the memory foam - but it's a little less 'ah, there's my foot outline' then say a normal piece of memory foam.
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