Matresses...LATEX -v- SPRUNG ?

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  1. davidallan

    davidallan Funster

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    Personal recomendations requested as to which camp you would join.

    Our 'Foam' matress in the 2+ year old M/Home is next to useless.....and w'ere not the heaviest couple in the world....but my wife is not happy at all.

    Your VOTE is important to us..........let us know.
    Many Thanks David & Liz
     
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    Hi I bought mattress toppers at Newark and they have have worked well for us
    they are memory foam ones. Rob :thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    We have a normal foam mattress with a Raskelf medium (2") topper, very comfy.

    FWIW......there is a mattress store on the Chichester by-pass that specializes in bespoke mattresses mainly for the yachting community, but also for motorhomes and caravans.

    No idea what they are like, I just pass the place frequently on my travels.
     
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    Latex matresses are very heavy as I've got one at home and in my boat. I carried it about half a mile from shop to my boat and it nearly crippled me. Imagine what that would do to your payload.
    A memory foam topper is a mch better way to go and you can cut it easilly to shape with a bread knife.
    For what it's worth that's what we use in our M/H.
    You can get a 2" thick one from Dunelm for about £199
     
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