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Has anyone tried the Naturepedic Essentials mattress? What is your experience?

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Muriel H from Berkeley, CA
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Hi Muriel,

We have been a long-time retailer for Naturepedic and have this mattress in our showroom. For someone looking for latex free mattress with the Amish construction quality, it is a great value. We have the plush version, the firm version is fairly firm. One reason I have it is to have a mattress that is of better construction in comparison that the European Sleep Design and is OE100 certified. It is a fairly new mattress so I don't have any long-term customer reviews on it but it is selling very well for the company. Wayne Franson - The Healthy Bed Store, Folsom, Ca.

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You have the Naturepedic Essential bed? I thought the firm version was fairly soft. But I have a bit of brick for a bed right now.

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While I have the plush version, I would not call it a plush bed like a all-latex mattress. Feel free to call me about your mattress and options to make it more comfortable, 916-351-0700

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A organic wool fleece would make it more comfortable and it is dust mite resistant. (Haircut only, we don't harm any animals). Everyone needs hair cuts, right? Most people do anyway. LOL

Our organic fleeces relieves pressure points and acts like millions of little springs to give push back. Sleeps cool in the summer and cozy in the winter. Regulates body temperature all night long something that heating pads and blankets just can't do. Lowers heart rate so you can sleep deeper. You can check it out on our website here:

http://mountainairorganicbeds.com/Organic_Mattress_Pads.html

Joyce - Mountain Air Organic Beds 877-233-7384

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I love love love! love! Wool fleece pads, but my husband thinks they are like sleeping on a sleeping bag. I might still try to persuade him, or just get a single size for me. They really are the best invention ever! One lies on/in them, and one can hear the harps playing.

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Mine are very different, they aren't like sleeping on a sleeping bag like a wool stuffed bag. They aren't like sleeping on anything you are used to. They are designed to enhance the comfort of a firm mattress. Everyone that buy's one from me loves it, even the biggest skeptics. Just surprise him! LOL

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Hi Muriel,

I wonder how they pass the FR test if the whole mattress is made of organic cotton? I am sorry, I don't have any personal experience to share.

Joyce

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Thank you for your help.

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Hi Muriel and Joyce - need to make a correction on my comment about the FR used in this mattress. Naturepedic uses Organic Wool to pass the FR test, there is no FR fabric in this mattress.

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That's great, I love organic wool. Here is what my grandkids think about chemical flame retardants.

Muriel how do you like the organic fleece you ordered from me? Isn't it amazing?

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Naturepedic make a good product and would be a good choice for anyone looking to eliminate as many chemicals as possible. Their adult line uses wool as the FR in many of their mattresses, others use a sand and baking soda mixture which is what is used in their youth line. I think the products are great but in my opinion can be a bit pricey when compared to some others on the market. The niche where they are the strongest is when people do not want Wool or Latex but want an "organic" product. Naturepedic grew up as a crib and youth mattress and the jury is still out on the adult line.

Update: I received an email from Naturepedic and they say they are no longer using the sand/baking soda Fire barrier (a design change) and that no chemicals are used (which I do believe). Again I do believe Naturepedic is worth consideration in the youth line.

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