Ruth of Yonkers, writes:
From what I've read the Sealy SpringFree Beachside (and Weybridge) top layers (the quilt and padding layers) are different types of polyurethane foam and not latex. Only the core layers are latex. Aren't these non-latex layers more likely to form body impressions than a mattress with latex layers on the top as well? The Springfree is said to be a non-rotate mattress, but it should it be rotated anyway? Thank you for sharing your expertise.
Hi Ruth, There is a company using latex in the quilt....and they're having quite a problem with impressions. Actually, for them, what looks like impressions is the latex tearing apart. That's what happens when you quilt latex. A haig quality poly foam is the best material being used for the quilted covers. You can expect something of a body impression with anything you buy. The Sealy SpringFree latex beds have been the best at having minimal impressions. The mattresses aren't flippable, but you can and should rotate them...once a month for the 1st year.
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