futon. Sunday , March 19th , 2017 - 15:26:18 PM
But it's not just the metal used in mattress that can affect our sleep. Chemicals used in the production of the mattress can also cause harm. The off/out gassing of glue and fire retardant chemicals as well as vinyl covers and polyurethane foam cores release chemicals into the air.
Dust mites feed on dead skin cells. Seeing as our skin spends so much time in contact with our bed, that makes our beds and mattresses the perfect feeding ground for eager dust mites.
Developed in the 1960's for use by astronauts, memory foam is a synthetic material made of polyurethane. Many people who have refinished wood furniture are aware that polyurethane is highly flammable in most forms. But memory foam is not the only highly flammable material used in mattress manufacturing. Other foams and synthetic stuffing have also been shown to have particularly fast burn rates. This means that the flammability problem with mattress materials is two-fold: the rate of ignition is high, meaning they catch fire easily; and they burn very quickly.
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