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Super Best Furniture Centre Sdn Bhd
7A, Jalan Petaling,
Larkin Industrial Area,
80350 Johor Bahru,
Johor, Malaysia.
+607-232 6699
+607-232 4848
taitong@live.com.my
marcus@big-brain.com.my
+6019-7651173
(William Kok)

Branch
#04.11 Level 4,
Plaza Pelangi,
2, Jalan Kuning,
Taman Pelangi,
80400 Johor Bahru,
Johor, Malaysia.
+607-331 6588
+607-331 6589

How to Buy a Mattress

A good mattress can mean the difference between sleep and grumpiness. A comfortable, well-built bed set is imperative for a healthy, good night's sleep. Ideally, everyone would spend 8 hours each day in bed sleeping.

Though not all of us have the time to follow this rule, we do spend a lot of time in bed and the bed we spend it in has a lot to do with how comfortable we are during the night and day.

A mattress is an important yet underrated piece of home furnishing. If the wrong mattress is selected then, after a while, the negative effects of a bad mattress will be felt in the back and legs.
On the other hand, if a bad back is a consideration, then selecting the right mattress would be rewarded with the therapeutic benefits of making a good choice.Sleeping 8 hours a night means a person spends one-third of her life on a mattress. Be certain to buy the right one.
  1. Warranty.
    Make certain that the mattress has at least a ten-year warranty (my mistake!). And be sure to ask about proration. The proration is the percentage of the original purchase price the mattress manufacturer will refund if the mattress is defective, usually a certain percentage for each year you own the mattress.
     
  2. Side support.
    Check the support on the outer edges of the mattress. The sides of the mattress should provide as much support as the middle. To check, roll from the center of the bed to the sides and back.
     
  3. Ticking Check the ticking (outside cover) fabric.
    The ideal fabric should be cotton blends or damask. Don't buy a mattress if the cover is made of vinyl or polyester. The fabric will not “breathe” and will be uncomfortable in warm weather.
     
  4. Coil count.
    The coil count for a quality mattress should start at 300 for a full or standard mattress, 375 for a queen and 450 for a king-size mattress. A higher coil count means a higher-quality mattress.
     
  5. Size.
    Make certain you are comfortable with the size of bed you choose.


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