7. Making Impulsive Decisions - It is easy to fall in love with a mattress based on price or how it feels in the showroom. Unless your mattress has burnt down and you have nowhere to sleep that night (or if a sale ends that specific day), there is no need to make a rushed decision about a mattress. Taking notes about what you liked about the mattress in question and going home to sleep on it before making the purchase is a good thing. You may realize the next morning that there are other deals or options you have not considered yet or that the mattress in question might not accommodate your sleep style the way your existing mattress does. Try to never buy a new mattress on the same day that you start your search. 8. Not Knowing Who You Are Buying From - The proliferation of mattress retailers has resulted in healthy competition in the industry. However, some retailers are not quite as reputable as others. Buying a bad mattress is one thing; buying it from a bad retailer is another. Before spending your money at a retailer you know little about, try researching the outfit to make sure they stand by their service promise and have been in business long enough to truly understand the industry. No matter how good a mattress might be dealing with a terrible retailer can ruin your entire mattress buying experience.
Whereas a high quality mattress with a high density rating will feel sumptuous and full bodied, lower quality and density ratings will pale in comparison. It is worth noting however, that this does not indicate how firm the memory bed will be. The leading manufacturers of memory foam mattresses with high density visco-elastic foam can and do change and alter how firm their mattresses are regardless of the density level. This is important to keep in mind when purchasing foam because many manufacturers that produce low density products, 50kg/m3 for instance, make the memory foam feel firmer to customers into thinking that their product has a higher density rating. It is inevitable that mattresses with lower density ratings cell structure will wear down easier and faster and cause the memory bed to lose its shape very quickly.
3. Not Learning More About The Mattress (detailed mattress materials, reviews, ratings, complaints, warranty) - Buying a mattress blindly is the leading cause of dissatisfaction among mattress owners. But too often consumers allow themselves to get bullied into the product of the day without getting a second opinion from others. Checking detailed mattress materials, reviews, ratings and complaints is a good idea before shelling out your money - you would be surprised at what you will learn. Also, ask for written details as some salespeople will tell you everything good you like to hear; some people may claim 100% natural latex mattress while it actually has synthetic latex in it. Its best to know about this fickle piece of documentation before finding out the hard way that it is not what you thought it was. 4. Making Assumptions About Price and Comfort - Although the more you pay for a mattress, the higher the likelihood that you are getting better quality materials, it does not necessarily mean it will be a more-comfortable mattress for you. Some of the most expensive mattresses come with the highest dissatisfaction ratings among owners - memory foam and innerspring products alike. In many cases, price works along the same lines as expectations. That is to say, many consumers feel that if they pay more money for a mattress, they should get more comfort from a mattress. But spending a lot has nothing to do with whether that product is right for you. Dont mistake price for comfort and take the time to get to know what the mattress is all about before you spend your money.
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