All You Need to Know About All        Foam Mattresses  A Buyer’s guide to all foam mattresses.  There are three types of f...
Look at thismattress and thentry to picture theinside.
I bet you had rows of coilsprings visuals in mind!That’s OK because open coiland pocket sprung mattressesare the most popu...
A traditional mattress features rows of springscovered with layers of softer fillings and foam.But there are actually vari...
All Foam Mattresses• There are 3 types of all foam mattresses: Memory foam mattressesReflex foam mattressesLatex foam m...
 Memory Foam MattressesWhy use it in mattresses?          What are its benefits?• Memory foam is the best          • It i...
 Reflex Foam MattressesWhy use it in mattresses?        What are its benefits?• This is sometimes confused     • Reflex f...
 Latex Foam MattressesWhy use it in mattresses?       What are its benefits?• Latex foam is a relatively    • Latex has p...
InformationIf you would like more information about any  type of foam or have any questions, visit our                    ...
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All you need to know about all foam mattresses

  1. 1. All You Need to Know About All Foam Mattresses A Buyer’s guide to all foam mattresses. There are three types of foam used in the mattresses and you can find out a little bit more about them here.
  2. 2. Look at thismattress and thentry to picture theinside.
  3. 3. I bet you had rows of coilsprings visuals in mind!That’s OK because open coiland pocket sprung mattressesare the most popular types ofmattresses.
  4. 4. A traditional mattress features rows of springscovered with layers of softer fillings and foam.But there are actually various other ways for amattress to be made.  Have you ever heard of all foam mattresses?
  5. 5. All Foam Mattresses• There are 3 types of all foam mattresses: Memory foam mattressesReflex foam mattressesLatex foam mattresses
  6. 6.  Memory Foam MattressesWhy use it in mattresses? What are its benefits?• Memory foam is the best • It is a temperature sensitive known type of foam material that reacts to your body heat and moulds to• It is such a popular material the contours of your body in the mattress industry • It helps to keep your spine because of its pressure aligned relieving quality and specific • It relieves pressure building properties up on your joints• Mostly used by orthopaedic • It is hypoallergenic and dust mattress manufacturers mite resistant
  7. 7.  Reflex Foam MattressesWhy use it in mattresses? What are its benefits?• This is sometimes confused • Reflex foam is firmer and with memory foam and well suited for orthopaedic they do share some mattresses properties • Reflex foam still bounces• It is cheaper to produce and back but it doesn’t allow therefore makes for you to sink into the cheaper mattresses mattress like memory foam
  8. 8.  Latex Foam MattressesWhy use it in mattresses? What are its benefits?• Latex foam is a relatively • Latex has pretty much all the new material in mattress same properties as memory foam but with two important manufacturing differences:• There are 2 types of latex  Latex doesn’t react to heat in foam: synthetic and natural order to mould to your body but both offer the same shape so it doesn’t retain as much heat and become too benefits warm as memory foam can• The price of natural latex  latex moves with you in the foam is quite expensive night and bounces back quickly unlike memory foam
  9. 9. InformationIf you would like more information about any type of foam or have any questions, visit our website www.wedo-mattresses.co.uk Or call our team of specialists on 0800 130 3690!

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