In addition, it is often advisable to protect the mattress on the underside by an additional mattress protector. This textile base is placed on the slatted base and helps to prevent slippage, rubbing or pushing through the slats. The mattress protector also protects the surface of the mattress against the possible tattering on the wooden slats and thus also extends the life of the mattress.
On the other hand, mattress toppers are also placed on top of the mattress but primarily fulfill high hygienic requirements. They are available in different designs. Most of them are worked from proven Molton. Such pads can protect the mattress from moisture and dirt, are either water-repellent or absorbent or provide protection against the colonization of mites, bacteria, and fungi. Suitable mattress protection is often purchased in addition to a high-quality mattress to extend life.
Finally, we would like to present to you the relevant questions that you should ask yourself before or when buying a new bed in a short summary. Explore through our website for the best collection of mattress brands.
If you can go through this checklist in turn and answer the question for yourself, you will get a picture that will help you in the decision-making process.
Checklist: What do I really need?
- Why do not I sleep well at the moment? What do not I like about my current bed, or am I uncomfortable?
- The habits of use: Who sleeps in it and how flexibly usable should the sleeping place be in the long term? Do children or pets come to bed or, above all, should they be able to get their books?
- The sleeping habits: In which position do I fall asleep and how do I wake up? Is it easy for me to get up? Does something hurt? Which areas of the body should be optimally relieved in the future by the mattress?
- Desired care properties: Are moisture and dirt repellent requirements necessary? How hygienic should sleep be?