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Thursday, August 18, 2016


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Peter Cancelli

Hi Michelle,
In order to get a soft mattress that has to hold a large person, then you must use higher quality materials than what Serta uses...if you want the mattress to last a good long time.
If you don't mind replacing it frequently, then you can just get anything the stores are offering.
It was the memory foam in your i-Series that lost its initial comfort so quickly.
Of all the upholstery materials available, chemical laden memory foam is the least durable.
Conversely, all natural latex foam rubber is the most durable, with soft Talalay latex being the most comfortable...more comfortable than memory foam.
Also, you need stronger support to hold a larger person, long term.
My recommendation for you is designed to give you the soft surface feel you want and the support you need...and last longer than your current mattress.
The mattress is the Simmons Beautyrest Black Desiree in Luxury Firm.
Shown here:

That soft surface you want is had by adding to that mattress, an Ever-Eden 2" Soft Talalay Latex Topper...shown here:

Together, they provide everything your body needs and wants...and does so for many years.

Don't forget to protect your mattress.
Moisture will cause mattresses to wear out faster.
Protect your mattress from accidents, spills & perspiration with our all natural silver infused cotton waterproof mattress & pillow protectors. 
They sleep cool and won't shrink when washed in hot water.
Shown here:

Delivery is free and there's no sales tax.

Thanks, Pete

Website: www.themattressexpert.com
Email: themattressexpert@live.com
Phone: 856-874-6894


Hello! I'm a 41 yr old 200lb 5'5'1/2 woman. I have 3 severely ruptured discs in my low back and joint and muscle pain all over. We currently have a serta icomfort revolution and have enjoyed it for a few years but feel that it's lost its shape. I mostly sleep on my back and some on my side but I have so many pressure points that it hurts to sleep on my side. I also have a lot of neck pain and currently have a down alternative pillow but it's become lumpy. I have to have a pillow that doesn't push my head forward because I seem to always bunch it under my neck and somewhat tilt my head back for comfort. I feel like I need a soft bed but with support. I cannot sleep on a mattress that's anywhere near firm. What is your suggestion for a mattress and pillow. Thank you!

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