Over the years, mattresses using memory foam have become known as “memory foam mattresses”. But I’ve found that there is a lot of confusion over what exactly this means.
What this doesn’t mean, to many people’s surprise, is that the mattress is made completely or even mainly of memory foam.
Instead, memory foam mattresses typically have a basic “core” of standard polyurethane foam (often 5 – 6″ thick) that serves as the support layers of the mattress. And then on top of this is put layers of memory foam (from 2″ to 4+”, depending on the feel the mattress manufacturer is going for).
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Before buying bedding, we suggest measuring your mattress to make sure you’re getting the correct size. Below is a mattress size chart with the most common sizes of beds on the market.
This article isn’t available on the Cosmos Magazine site any longer, but I found an archived copy that I’m posting here so people can easily access it. To see the full article and comments at its original size, click on the graphic below and then click on it again to magnify it:
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This article was published on Bed Times in November of 2009, and since it no longer appears there, I found this archived version and am putting it up here for you — to see it full size, click on it and then click on the + sign to make it full size:
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