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These mattresses, from Wolf, also use an individually pocketed coil unit.
The coils are stronger than Simmons coils and the upholstery is latex in the Adara model and Latex & poly foam in the Tulah model. Poly foam is what they use in hotel mattresses. Latex is and has been the best upholstery for the last 100 years.
Wolf is the oldest mattress manufacturer in the entire nation, that has been continually owned and operated by the same family. The Wolf family established their manufacturing plant in Fort Wayne Indiana in 1873...and have been there ever since.
We have sold many of these mattresses, over the years, with zero complaints to show for it.
Some of my family members have been enjoying their mattresses for many years.
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We recommend using a waterproof mattress protector with every mattress.
Keeping the upholstery materials clean and dry will extend the life of the mattress.
Which is a better type of mattress--all latex or innerspring w/ latex?
If only it were that simple!
There are so many good and bad choices on either side of that isle...almost like standing at the podium looking out over the entire congressional body...only with more good choices than you have there.
An all latex mattress is more expensive than an innerspring...even one that is upholstered with latex.
An all latex mattress has always been considered the best you can buy, due to the longevity of latex and the longevity of the comfort that latex provides.
Name brand innerspring mattress don't use latex to upholster their mattresses.
They use memory foam, which has proven itself to be the worst material ever invented for use in a mattress.
You'll find that last statement to be in stark contrast to what you'll hear from salespeople at most stores.
An All Latex mattress will work just fine for many people.
For those with disc related back problems, that may or may not be the case....depending on your weight.
Generally, a disc issue, such as Herniated Discs, DDD (Degenerative Disc Disease), and bulging discs....even some scoliosis patients, will require the upward support of an innerspring mattress.
The severity of the problem in conjunction with body weight are the factors to consider when making that decision.
For instance, if the problem is mild and the person with it is reasonably light in weight, then an all latex mattress could be just fine.
The greater the severity and the heavier the person is, it's more likely that they will require an innerspring.
But even then, you'll want that innerspring to be upholstered with latex.
Latex is thee best upholstery material on the planet...and has been so for the last 100 years.
The best we carry...the best I could find when shopping at the trade shows, is Natura of Canada.
Their Greenspring line uses a precompressed, individually pocketed coil system.
The coils are made of double tempered steel and the upholstery is Natural Talalay Latex.
We sleep on the Ultra Plush model, at home...still like new after more than 4.5 years, with each of us over 200 lbs.
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