It has to be good quality and comfortable, having no memory foam.
The next person to sleep on it is my mom, who has copd.
It can have no vocs.
What can you get to me quickly, that meet those criteria?
We carry a well-made, old-fashioned two-sided mattress, that uses an individually pocketed coil unit and is upholstered with plant-based poly foam. This mattress has no memory foam, no off gassing and no VOCs.
It's available in Plush, Firm, or Duo Comfort (Plush on one side and firm on the other).
The Duo Comfort is ideal for a guest bedroom, giving you the ability to accommodate anyone's preference in comfort.
My husband bought a mattress for our guest bedroom that our guests hate.
They complain of backache and sleeping hot.
I need to replace this mattress, as we are expecting family to visit soon.
I want a good quality, low cost mattress, that sleeps cool and one that I can get quickly.
Do you have such a mattress to sell me?
Your husband must have purchased a memory foam mattress.
Only memory foam sleeps hot. And, backache to another common complaint with memory foam.
We specialize in mattresses that have NO Memory Foam.
The Wolf Brolynn Mattress uses an individually pocketed coil unit, which contours to the shape of the body and maintains the natural alignment of the spine. It THIS type of support that is best for relieving back pain.
This is an old fashioned, two-sided, mattress, upholstered with Natural, plant based polyurethane foam.
This mattress is unique, in that it is available Plush, Firm or Duo-Comfort.
The Duo-Comfort model is firm on one side and plush on the other side.
This makes it ideal for a guest bedroom.
Simply flip the mattress to the desired side, to accommodate the needs of any guest.
This mattress sleeps cool and lasts a good long time.
And, to your requirements, this mattress arrives in about a week or two.
Click on this link to view the specifications and prices of the Wolf Brolynn Mattress:
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