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Is the top layer made from talalay latex? I am using a Dunlop latex topper, and it is a little firm for a side sleeper.

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Sandra from Sunnyvale, CA
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Hi Sandra -- Thanks for your question. All of the latex used in the Spindle is made with the Dunlop method. However, one thing to understand is that like Talalay, Dunlop is available in a range of different softness levels. While I would agree that the softest available Talalay is softer than the softest available Dunlop, there is certainly plenty of Dunlop latex that is softer than lots of Talalay latex. Spindle itself uses at least two latex softness levels in creating the layer combinations that result in the different feels they offer. So, it is quite possible that their softer Dunlop is softer than the Dunlop in your topper.

All that said, if you're looking for a mattress that is soft like a fluffy pillow top, then I think Spindle is probably not the right choice for you -- we classify their "Soft" model as a Medium-Soft on our softness scale (meaning just to the softer side of Medium).

I hope that's helpful.

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Very helpful. Thank you.

Based on yesterday's quiz, this is an excellent match, so I am not ruling out this mattress. I am hesitant to order online because if it is not the right mattress, I will have no comfortable place to sleep in the interim (unless I am able to store my old mattress someplace).

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