Yesterday, a customer wrote and asked this memory foam mattress topper pad question:
“What would be the advantage or disadvantage in buying three of your 3″ queen size pads and putting them on top of each other on our innerspring?”
We don’t recommend putting multiple pads on a mattress. If your innerspring mattress is so hard that you don’t think a 3″ memory foam mattress topper pad will do the trick, you really are better off buying a new mattress than getting 2 of our pads.
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I found some great tips off of the website www.helpguide.org, involving some self-help cures for reducing mild snoring. If you do snore, one or two of these might just do the trick for you. Remember, however, that snoring can also have serious health implications, such as sleep apnea, and chronic snorers who are often middle age or who are overweight, might indicate a serious health problem. So, check with your physician if you have these issues to rule out any serious health problems.
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Here’s a recent question we got on using a memory foam mattress topper pad on a sofa bed:
“I have a new sofa bed with a 5 inch mattress. But it still is uncomfortable. Will a mattress topper work in a sofa bed and will it close if I leave it on?”
This questions brings up a bigger issue – which is whether a memory foam mattress topper pad can help make a sofa bed more comfortable.
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The CoolMax cover that comes on our 10″ Memory Foam Mattress s a cotton/poly cover (40% cotton/60% poly) that incorporates the CoolMax fibre — which is supposed to help wick away your body’s moisture to help you sleep cooler.
We get so few complaints about the mattress sleeping hot (1/2 of 1% or less return for it sleeping too hot), that it seems to do a good job of helping people sleep cool.
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We had this question the other day about using our memory foam mattress topper pad on an adjustable bed.
I have a special adjustable bed, and it’s a full size, extra length
My questions are:
1) Is your topper appropriate for an adjustable bed?
2) Can you cut me a special size to fit my bed?
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For the last 10 – 15 years or so, most mattresses have been sold with what is now called a foundation. This is the part of the mattress set that used to be called “box springs,” based on its construction.
A contemporary foundation is basically a rigid platform that your mattress sits on top of. In many cases, your current foundation can be used with your new memory foam mattress. This is a great way to save money when buying a memory foam mattress in today’s tough economy.
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At Healthy Foundations, we ship all of our memory foam products absolutely free! That ends up saving you a nice chunk of change, especially when buying a memory foam mattress.
Depending on what size memory foam mattress you buy and where you live, you could save between $75 and $200 on shipping when you buy your memory foam mattress from us.
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Before buying a memory foam mattress or topper, check to see if the retailer is a member of, and monitored by, recognized third party organizations like the Better Business Bureau and www.Shopping.com. Having a third party organization gather data, opinions, and testimonials about a retailer allows you to see the retailer completely, without the rose-colored glasses and filtered testimonials you see on the websites and in the literature of many retailers.
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A warranty of 10 years is one way that you can gauge the durability of a memory foam mattress and how much its manufacturer is willing to back up its product.
In judging a warranty, at least 5 years of that 10-year warranty should be non-prorated, meaning you will get 100% of the repair or replacement taken care of for the first 5 years of the warranty. A prorated warranty means that after a designated number of years, the manufacturer will pay a portion of the mattress replacement or repair. A 10-year warranty that has 5 years non-prorated and 5 years prorated means that for the first 5 years, you are covered 100%. For the second 5 years, you will pay a predetermined portion of the replacement or repair.
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When it comes to buying a memory foam mattress, one of the most important things to look for is a retailer that offers a true money-back guarantee. When I say money-back guarantee I mean that you will actually get your money back if your memory foam mattress doesn’t work for you and you want to return it. Many memory foam mattress retailers offer what is called a “comfort guarantee.” A comfort guarantee is just a slick way of telling you that you are getting a store credit. You definitely don’t want a store credit or comfort guarantee and here’s why…
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