Resources

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The following is a list of additional resources to help you sleep more soundly.

Accessories

 Where to buy a mattress online

Websites

Books

 

Questions & Comments

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Susan Taigman Says

November 8, 2017 at 2:26 pm

IWe are looking a good queen sized mattress for our guest bedroom and came across a Sealy Noranda cushion firm. Will this mattress work for us, and what kind of quality is it?? Thank you

MattressNerd Says

October 19, 2017 at 8:36 pm

There is no such thing as a mattress pad that will cool you down to my knowledge; just ones that won't heat up, or heat up as quickly. There are some that will feel cool at first, and maybe for a couple of hours, but tend to get even hotter at night. I have some tips to sleep cool here.

Carolyn Holmes Says

October 17, 2017 at 2:11 pm

Can you recommend a cooling mattress pad? We have a Stearns and Foster, which we love, but it's hot. I often wake up sweating which breaks my CPAP mask seal. I look forward to your recommendation.

MattressNerd Says

April 13, 2016 at 8:45 am

It varies by town. Most have some form of bulk trash pickup.

Tim Says

April 12, 2016 at 8:24 pm

How do persons buying mail order mattresses deal with getting rid of their old mattress?

Shelly Porter Says

March 11, 2016 at 4:24 pm

Is there another Simmons Beautyrest mattress that is the same as the Simmons Beautyrest Recharge Hybrid "Wildwood Crest" Luxury Firm mattress? I cannot seem to locate this one anywhere. I purchased one last summer and now I would like to buy another one in queen size. Thanks in advance for your help!

MattressNerd Says

July 19, 2015 at 10:08 pm

There are many options for the base. If you get the wire bed frame, you can add what's called a "bunkie board" to even out the support. I recommend having the gaps between the slats being no larger than 2 inches, and most good platform beds are around that. They just need to be rigid, and not flexible like the Ikea ones.

Nancy Solomon Says

July 19, 2015 at 8:10 pm

ALSO -- the metal frames are ugly and the cables are more than 3" inches apart. Please advise.

Nancy Solomon Says

July 19, 2015 at 8:09 pm

I bought a Leesa full size at your recommendation. I slept on it for the first time last night. It was lovely. However, it was also on the floor. My son-in-law is assembling the bed frame I purchased from IKEA at this moment. For the FIRST time I saw the notice on the Leesa website about NOT using flexible slats, which my IKEA bed frame has. I bought the Lonset slats. Leesa says the mattress should be on a flat surface. If using slats, they should be flat, non-flexible and three inches apart.You recommend using slats to allow air circulation. I couldn't find any slat beds with slats no more than three inches apart. I'm going to have knee replacement surgery tomorrow -- Sunday, July 20. I was hoping to come home to my new mattress and bed frame. My family can return the bed frame and/or slats while I'm in rehab. Can you recommend a solution? I will have access to email.

Derek Says

March 2, 2015 at 9:45 am

just wanted to thank you for this really comprehensive guide. This is a great resource and you deserve credit for making it.

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