Latex Latex Latex. Is it popular again or did it never really phase out?
As many of you know, Latex mattresses are known for being durable, natural and healthy. The material that goes into your mattresses is one of the most important aspects you need to consider when thinking about buying a new mattress. Latex has been used in mattresses for decades, which begs the question; is it still being used because people love the feel and support it gives them? Or is it still around because people trust materials that their parents and grandparents have told them were good.
Latex is considered to be one of the healthiest and most eco-friendly materials used in mattresses available in the market. Here at our Factory in Braybrook, Melbourne, we use Natural Latex in our Australian made products. Natural Latex is essentially processed rubber tree sap and is often hard to find. It’s known for durability as natural latex products can often last over 15 years! Latex mattresses often feel firm as the material is naturally dense so we just make sure our mattresses have the right amount of posture zones to allow your body to be supported in the right places. Some of the great benefits latex offers are breathability, long life span, naturally anti-fungal and anti-bacterial, hypo-allergenic and naturally resistant to dust mites. With years of great reviews and opinions, it seems almost impossible to disregard them completely.
To conclude, do we move with the times and onto new technology or stick with the classics because after all, many decades of reviews and opinions can’t possibly be wrong, can they? It seems that latex has been in the mattress market for a long and will continue to hold its place there because this great material is exactly what consumers are after; long lasting supportive mattresses.