Teach you how to judge the quality of mattresses
Before buying a mattress, you must first learn how to judge its quality and whether it is a good mattress. It is very important when buying a mattress. Experts do not need to judge the quality of a mattress. You only need to learn the following points and you can easily distinguish!
1. Learn to judge from the smell of the mattress
Mattresses made of natural materials such as coconut palm and pure latex are highly environmentally friendly, with high prices and high costs. High-quality mattresses will not smell pungent.
2. Judging from the workmanship of the mattress fabric
Looking at the quality of a mattress, the most intuitive thing that can be observed with the naked eye is its surface fabric. The high-quality fabric feels comfortable, and is relatively flat, without obvious wrinkles, and no jumpers. In fact, the problem of excessive formaldehyde in mattresses often comes from the fabric of the mattress.
3. The softness of the mattress should be moderate
Generally Europeans like soft mattresses, while Asians prefer rigid beds. So is the mattress the harder the better? This is definitely not. A good mattress should have a moderate hardness. Because only a mattress with a moderate degree of hardness can perfectly support every part of the body, which is conducive to the health of the spine.
4. Compare from internal materials or fillers
The quality of the mattress mainly depends on its internal materials and fillings, so the internal quality of the mattress should be observed. If the inside of the mattress has a zipper design, you may wish to open it and observe the internal process and the number of main materials, such as whether the main spring reaches six turns, whether the spring is rusty, and whether the inside of the mattress is clean.
When buying a mattress, you may wish to use these 4 techniques, namely, one look, two pressure, three listening, four smelling: that is to see whether the mattress has a thick and uniform appearance, a smooth surface, and a well-proportioned line mark. Whether the mattress has a certificate (there should be a certificate for each mattress). Pressure: test the mattress by hand, first test the diagonal pressure of the mattress (a qualified mattress requires a balanced and symmetrical diagonal pressure), and then evenly test the surface of the mattress, the filling is evenly distributed, and the rebound force is balanced The quality of the mattress is good, and it is best for consumers to lie on it and feel it for themselves. Listening: It is a measure to detect the quality of mattress springs. Qualified springs have good elasticity under flapping, and have a slightly uniform spring sound. Rusty and inferior springs are not only poor in elasticity, but often "creak and creak" under squeezing. sound. Smell: Smell the smell of the mattress to see if there is a chemical pungent smell. The smell of a good mattress should have the natural fresh smell of textiles.