There are many types of quilts and bedspreads with different fillings and outer fabrics. In addition, a queen bed frame with headboard storage helps us sleep well. The factors to consider when buying a comforter are: the touch, the weight, the anti-allergic qualities, price, the measures and the way of washing. Today we bring you a mattress comparison guide and we hope it helps you make the decision.
Types of the most common foam mattress in a box
- Lightweight mattress – only for warm seasons and exclusively decorative use, with very little thickness.
- Summer quilt – a bit thicker, but light weight and weight.
- Nordic comforter – own for cold temperatures; heavy, because it has a very thick and warm filling.
- Quilt – warmer than a quilt and more universal, as it can be used throughout the year, and, above all, in times of halftime.
- Wool – a filling made of natural wool from some breeds of sheep and camelids. This type of comforter is flexible and gives a soft touch. With anti-allergic and anti-rheumatic properties.
- Silk – a luxury fill that is inexpensive, but very light. It has thermal insulating properties and promotes perspiration. It is antistatic.
- Corn fibber – fibber is obtained during the fermentation process of corn sugar. It is suitable for people with allergies and skin problems.
- Bamboo fibber – ecological threads for the whole year. A filling that is warm in winter and cool in summer. Softer and softer than wool and very durable. Ideal for people with allergies.
- Polyester – it is a very popular fibber thanks to its economical price, suitable, first of all, for hot times. Spiral-shaped threads make it lightweight, elastic and antistatic
- Silicon fibber – alternative polyester fibres, additionally silicone, that help reduce allergy symptoms.
- Silicone granulates – artificial filling made of fibres grouped in glomeruli. The granulate is not flattened, it remains fluffy and soft even after washing.
- Cotton – natural outer fabric of fine yarns. It is distinguished by good hygienic properties and allows effective perspiration, favouring circulation between layers.
- Intel – bushy fabric, one of the most expensive cotton fabrics and duvet covers.
- Cotton and polyester blend – guarantees good breathability and resistance to damage.
- Silk – silk covers are the most expensive option, but they are very soft to the touch and beneficial for skin and hair.
- Satin – woven fabrics of silk or cotton that has a shiny side and a matt side; Soft touch and good fall.
- Microfiber – a modern coating made of polyester and polyamide microfibers. It is soft to the touch, synthetic suede type, as if it were made of peach skin.
- Non-woven fabric – lightweight, warm and anti-allergic covers, and also very economical.
- Teflon – the coating that stands out for its particular resistance and that does not accumulate dust. It is also resistant to dirt, therefore, ideal for allergy sufferers
- Plush – plush material that is made of 95% cotton and 5% synthetic fibber. It is rarely used for outer covers, more frequently to make sheets.