Those looking for a less expensive option may want to consider a simple polyester filled mattress pad, which generally run under the $100 mark. Theses pads are great when you’re just looking to cover a slightly uncomfortable mattress, but don’t want to make a huge investment. When choosing a pad of this type, it’s important that it’s machine washable, since you will want to wash it frequently with the rest of your bedding. Many users report that their plush filled mattress pads make their beds feel new again, and some report that the superb comfort makes it difficult for them to get out of bed in the morning - something I’ve always had a problem with regardless of the mattress.
You might have heard of feather beds before. They are very different than mattress pads in terms of thickness (typically three inches thick) and fillings - it is filled with duck or goose feathers. If you want something soft and light, pads are the better option. In your search for a good mattress pad, it is best to stay with the top brands sold in the retail shops. Like the old saying goes: you get what you pay for, and it applies in this case.
A good tip I learned many years ago is that whenever you go travelling, take a good look at the mattress pad used by the hotel you stayed in. If you like the feeling it gave you, buy that brand the next time you go shopping! Another way to search for a good one is by reading up mattress pad reviews. There are many of those on the Internet, but take note that some of them might be bias because the person who wrote the review could be trying to get you to buy the brand he or she is selling.
The material is able to retain some level of firmness through its core strength, without transferring too much to the surface. It’s a truly unique material and offers a feel that cannot be duplicated using any other process. The downside is that it can often make some users feel too warm, since the material is great at holding onto body heat. The other potential downside is the cost, with most high quality memory foam pads running between $200-300 for full size coverage. It’s important to realize, however, that this is still considerably less than a new mattress, which can range into the thousands of dollars.
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