Carolyn of Redondo Beach, writes:
After 6 months of hardly any sleep I've finally decided to try out a different mattress. In my hunt for a new bed, I must say I'm really shocked by the number of choices out there - it's really mind boggling. I came across this website a few days ago and it's been quite informative and helpful - really the best site I've seen so far.
So, here's my deal...
Initially I bought the Tempurpedic Rapsody and found it incredibly uncomfortable, but more importantly I found it very toxic, since it contains polyurethane foam (which I'm allergic to, headaches, nausea, itching). The store I purchased the bed from was very understanding about my allergy and has agreed to refund my money since they are unable to offer an other bed that does not contain polyurethane.
A friend of mine has recommended the S&F all latex bed (Baroque?) and I'm also looking at the Sealy Spring Free Meadowcrest. I'm a side and stomach sleeper looking for good support and a soft cushy feel. I'm also looking for a bed that does not contain polyform...or at least very little of it. Which of the two beds would you recommend and why? Thanks, C.
Hi Carolyn, I don't know of any mattress made today that has no polyfoam. The Meadowcrest, my River Crest, has more than the other tight tops in the line. The Sealy SpringFree latex model that has the least is the Weybridge frim. The little poly foam that is used, is at the top. Given the allergy, a latex topper on the firm model would give you the extra comfort you want, and also would add a hypo-allergenic layer...insulating you from the poly foam.
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