Much of the comfort of a bedroom bed is determined by t […]
Much of the comfort of a bedroom bed is determined by the mattress, and there are a dizzying array of mattresses on the market, with uneven quality. If a buyer wants to purchase the right high-quality mattress, it is necessary to learn some selection methods. So what is the method of mattress selection? How can I choose a good mattress? Let's take a closer look.
How to choose a mattress?
When you buy a mattress, you can smell it first. If it has a pungent smell, it means it is a poor quality product. Best not to buy it. Generally speaking, mattresses made of natural materials, such as ordinary mountain brown and pure latex, are green products, but they are not cheap due to their high cost. To keep costs down, some unscrupulous traders add polyurethane compounds or plastic foam pads with high levels of formaldehyde, pretending to be natural mattresses. This kind of counterfeit product contains more harmful substances and is extremely harmful to health, so it must be purchased. escape.
2, see soft and hard
Mattresses come in different specifications, big and small, so be sure to choose different types of mattresses according to different heights and weights when purchasing. Also, hardness needs to be considered when purchasing. If the user is heavy, a slightly firmer mattress can be selected. For those who are lighter, it works with softer mattresses.
3. Touch the texture
The surface of the mattress usually has a layer of fabric, and the fabric can be checked by hand to check the texture and comfort of the fabric. In addition, it is necessary to check whether the tightness of the fabric is consistent, whether there are large wrinkles on the surface, whether there are floating lines, jumpers, etc., especially around the fabric, there will be no burrs.
4. Try to lie
Everyone's sleeping habits are different, and the usual sleeping positions are different, so when choosing a mattress, feel free to use your favorite sleeping position to feel the mattress for the best comfort. If you're used to sleeping on your side, you can try a support mattress that traps your shoulders and hips in bed and provides support for the rest of your body. If you're used to sleeping on your back, it's important to support your neck and lower back. At this point, you can opt for some slightly firmer mattresses so these body parts aren't too deep.
All in all, a good mattress can provide a more comfortable and healthy sleeping environment, so be careful when choosing and have some purchasing skills to avoid those poor-quality ones.