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The Importance of Choosing Quality Latex

Wednesday, November 26th, 2008

The Importance of Choosing Quality Latex

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Latex mattresses get the best customer reviews for comfort and support. As with any product, latex mattresses vary in quality and price. If you are looking for a mattress that will completely support you and give you the comfort you deserve, you might want to try out a latex mattress.

When choosing a latex mattress, there are many things to consider. You need to consider size, price, quality, etc. The most important thing to keep in mind is where the latex came from. Latex can be completely natural or completely synthetic. There are two main methods for creating latex mattresses. The Dunlop process is used more and creates firmer mattresses. The Talalay process is more expensive and creates a more “airy” mattress.

It is important to keep in mind that even 100% natural latex mattresses use a small amount of chemicals to help preserve the texture and comfort of the mattress. For instance, before latex can be made into a mattress, it has to be washed and treated. Even “organic” or “natural” mattresses use chemicals during this process.

When you go to buy a latex mattress, first consider where the latex came from. You also need to be aware of the composition of the latex. You can choose a natural latex mattress or a mattress blended with latex. Both of these mattresses offer good comfort, support and weight distribution. These factors are important in alleviating pressure points.

You need to make sure that you do your homework before buying a latex mattress. Sit down and decide which factors are important to you and which are not. Make sure you know where the latex came from, what it is composed of and which process was used in creating it. By following these simple guidelines, you can be sure to choose a quality latex mattress.

Rocky Mountain Mattress can also help you create a custom latex mattress that is perfect for you. Just take some time to fill out our form and someone will get back with you and help you build the perfect custom latex mattress that is right for you.

Get a Better Night’s Sleep on a Latex Mattress | Custom Latex Mattress

Monday, November 10th, 2008

Get a Better Night’s Sleep on a Latex Mattress

Here is a sample picture of what the natural latex looks like:

all natural latex

There is nothing worse than tossing and turning all night long. Not getting enough sleep can lead to many problems throughout the day. Who wants to spend all day, every day completely tired? Who wants to yawn or fall asleep at work or at an important board meeting? Americans, in general, do not get enough sleep, nor do they get a good quality of sleep.

All that is about to change. Have you ever heard of latex mattresses? I remember exactly where I was when I first heard the term “latex mattress.” I remember thinking, “Latex mattress? How horribly uncomfortable.” I didn’t realize how completely wrong I was.

Latex mattresses actually rank the highest in customer satisfaction when it comes to comfort and support. People who try latex mattresses swear that they will never use another kind of mattress. These mattresses provide different people with different needs the optimal level of comfort and support.

Latex mattresses are so comfortable because of the way they are made. During the production process, liquid latex is formed. While the latex is being whipped or turned, tiny air pockets are left in the latex. Once the latex is heated and the foam is created, these air bubbles expand to form air pockets. These air pockets allow the sleeper to be completely comfortable and the mattress to be completely breathable.

Latex mattresses really are the answer if you can’t seem to be comfortable at night anymore. Latex mattresses come in a variety of sizes and qualities. Latex mattresses are more expensive than other kinds of mattresses, but it is money well spent. You will finally know what it is like to wake up feeling well-rested and full of energy. Latex mattresses, especially a custom latex mattress is/are the answer to a good night’s sleep.

For more information about our custom mattresses, contact Lane:

By phone: (801) 824-5503
By email: lane@rockymountainmattress.com

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5 Ways To Keep Your Toddler In Their Bed

Thursday, October 23rd, 2008

How to Keep Your Toddler in Bed

My son has pretty much grown out of his crib. It seems as though he is trying so hard to tell us that he is ready for a big-boy bed. He is only 16 months old and we are trying to keep him in his crib as long as possible. The biggest concern for us is the fact that if we move him to a toddler bed, he can get out whenever he wants to. Here are some helpful ways to make the transition from the crib to the toddler bed, and to keep you toddler in bed all night long.

1. When? Many parents wonder when the right time is to make the transition from the crib to the toddler bed. The majority of children make the switch between the ages of 1 1/2 and 3 1/2. Some children aren’t ready to make the switch at such an early age. If this is the case with your child, you may want to try using the toddler bed when your child is around 3. One of the best signs that it’s time to switch is when you child is too big or too active to sleep in a crib. Also, once you’ve gone through the potty-training stage, your child will need to get out of bed to use the bathroom.

2. Safety. Many parents make the switch to a toddler bed in fear that their child will start climbing out of their crib. This can be a huge safety concern. However, don’t make any decision too soon. Even if your child is climbing out of his or her crib, they may not be ready for a “big boy” or “big girl” bed yet. If you are worried about safety but don’t think your child is ready to make the transition, make sure that the mattress is on the lowest setting.

3. Another one on the way. Many parents make the switch to a toddler bed before the arrival of another baby. This is fine to do but, you need to start the transition at least six to eight weeks before your due date. You can’t expect your toddler to come to grips with a whole new sleeping arrangement in only a matter of a few days.

4. Your child. Keep in mind that every child makes the transition from crib to toddler bed differently. Some children ease in nicely while others have an extremely difficult time. Take the time to talk to your child about what is happening. Children are much smarter than they get credit for. Let them be part of the process. Let them help you pick it out. Get them excited about something new.

5. Try it out. If your child has a really hard time transitioning to a toddler bed at first, don’t give up. Make sure you talk to them about what is happening. Take time to make sure that they understand. Children have a much harder time accepting things that they don’t understand. Don’t be afraid to pull out the crib again and try it again later. Make sure you at least try it for a couple of days though. When you put your child in bed, sit with them and make sure they know that this is their “new big boy bed.” They also need to make sure that they need to stay in the bed until they fall asleep…they aren’t allowed to get out and play with the toys in their room. Don’t give up immediately, try it out.

Moving your child from a crib to a toddler bed can be extremely difficult. The first step is to make sure that they are ready. Be sure to talk to them to help them understand what is going on. Talking to your child will help ease the transition. Also, make it exciting. Let them help. They will be more excited about something that is fun, rather than something that may seem scary.

Rocky Mountain Mattress can custom make crib mattreses that are all natural and safe for your toddler. If you would like more information about a custom latex mattress for your toddler, please call or email Lane with the information below:

By phone: (801) 824-5503
By email: lane@rockymountainmattress.com

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