Unfortunately, choosing a new mattress pad is not an exact science. The best pad for you will likely not be the best for someone else, since a good part of the decision has to do with personal preference. As with mattresses, some people prefer a softer mattress while others prefer something more firm; the same holds true with mattress pads. It’s a good idea to take into consideration the type of mattress you prefer, as this will have some bearing on the pad you choose.
Generally, in choosing a good mattress pad, the things you should pay attention to are (a) whether they can be machine washed, (b) dried repeatedly without showing telling signs of wear and tear for years, (c) durable, and (d) soft and cooling enough to be able to give you a good night’s sleep. Some brands may recommend that you put their product into a dryer for some 10 minutes, say every month or so, to ensure it remains fluffy. Make sure you follow the recommendations given by the retailer.
For those that prefer a softer mattress, perhaps the best option would be a memory foam mattress pad, which also happens to be one of the most popular. For those that don’t already know, memory foam is constructed of visco-elastic polyurethane and other chemical products that help to give the material its subtle firmness and resiliency. Memory foam is constructed using a series of layers, with the upper most layers giving the mattress its soft feel.
You may be wondering about the capabilities of the foam pads for mattresses because they do look rigid in appearance. And when you start using the foam pads, you would indeed find it rigid. But just give the pads some time because pretty soon, you will find them comfortable enough. Further more, foam pads are made of natural latex and they are hypoallergenic as well. This means that the pads have the capability of providing the user much-needed relief from dust mites and other organisms that can very well seep through your mattress.
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