One more question. I'm getting ready to order the latex topper and I just want to
make sure that I should get the dunlop. Everywhere I read, it's stated that the tatalay
is better in terms of durability. Now, I understand that in my situation, I'm trying to firm
up my bed, not soften it. However, the description for the dunlop on the link you sent
me says that it is slighter firmer than the medium tatalay. So what about the firm
tatalay--is it even firmer than the dunlop and should I get that instead?
The firm Talalay is the firmest, noticeably firmer than the others. The Medium Talalay
and Dunlop are similar in feel, with the Dunlop being a little firmer.
Both are good for durability. You have to be careful of less than objective views.
Whatever anyone is selling, is always touted as better than what they are not selling.
There is an extra step in the Talalay process...a freezing step that suspends the particles
and makes the latex more supple. The Dunlop is heavier and more dense and has the
edge for durability. Still, the durability of both is very high and would not base my decision
on what you've heard about that.
I would describe the firm as hard and the Medium and Dunlop as firm.
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