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Latex is free from chemicals, which reduces your exposure to the chemicals and manmade synthetics found in conventional mattresses.


Latex has anti-microbial properties that make it resistant to dust mites, mold, and mildew. This relieves allergies and helps you breathe easier during sleep.


Latex is supportive and alleviates pressure points that can cause, stiffness, pain, tossing, and turning.


Latex is derived from the rubber tree, a renewable resource. This means your new mattress is eco-friendly and biodegradable.


Latex is breathable, which keeps you warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Latex also eliminates motion transfers, so you can rest easy even if your partner is restless. Latex foam instantly conforms to your body and instantly recovers its original shape.


Natural latex is resilient and does not break down the way other foams can; therefore, your investment will afford many nights of restful sleep.

 

Latex pillows are firm and generally moulded to fit the shape of your neck. This gives added support to your neck and reduces the points of pressure giving you a more comfortable and well-rested night’s sleep. Unlike typical pillows, latex pillows are durable and designed to hold their shape. Hypo-allergenic latex pillows keep dust mites and mildew at bay while allowing for increase air flow throughout the pillow. Overtime, latex pillows can become dirty and should be spot cleaned when necessary.

Fill a container or sink with warm water. Add a few drops of a mild laundry detergent. Swish the water and detergent until they are well mixed.

  1. Saturate a clean cloth in the mixture. Wring out the excess liquid.
  2. Blot the latex pillow with the cloth to remove the stains. Continue blotting and reapplying the mixture until the stains is removed.
  3. Lay the pillow on top of a clean towel. Place another clean towel on top of the pillow.
  4. Press down on the pillows and towels gently to remove the moisture. Continue in this manner until the pillow is dry.
  5. Lay the pillow flat in a dry location out of direct sunlight.

Tips & Warnings

  • Do not place latex pillows in the washing machine or dryer.
  • Do not twist or scrunch the pillow during the cleaning process.
  • Use a pillowcase to keep the pillow clean.

Be warned, though, that not all mattresses called “latex mattresses” are the same. How can this be? Well, it is a long story that boils down to this — synthetic latex was created during World War II (to help deal with shortages of the natural latex needed for the war effort), and these days a mattress is considered latex regardless of whether it is made of natural latex (made from the sap of the rubber tree) or of synthetic latex (made from petrochemicals), or more commonly a mix of synthetic and natural latex (referred to, in the industry, as a “blend” of latex).

Why should you care about this? Well, if you are interested in a latex mattress because of its “green” or natural properties, you would want to make sure that the “latex” mattress you are looking at is made of natural, plant derived latex (rubber tree sap) and not chemicals. Further, while natural and synthetic latex may look the same under the microscope, in real life they have somewhat different feels and, some claim, differing levels of durability.

 

 

Why Sleep on Natural Latex Mattress? : Latex foam conforms to the shape of your body, aligning your spine perfectly for sleep which is natural for your shoulder and back. Mylatex latex mattresses provide exceptional, contouring support and exquisite pressure relieving comfort. As a result, sleeping on latex mattresses will leave you refreshed, revitalized and ready to enjoy a new day. Latex foam is known for its long lasting resilience and durability compare to other foams. Yet can be be made in different softness and firmness. And due to its naturally non-allergenic and anti-bacterial properties, natural latex mattress, pillow, bolster are healthy for children and allergy sufferers.

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