Make a Lasting Impression - Just Not in Your Mattress
Most premium mattresses use a “pillow top,” or thickly padded top, to create a soft, comfortable surface. This extra padding is often made of natural or synthetic fibers, as well as memory foam. These materials eventually compress under normal use, forming “body impressions” that reduce the mattress’s original comfort and support.
The “support layer” of those premium mattresses often consists of metal springs. Like any mechanical device, springs also break down with use. This comes in the form of reduced coil tension and dips in the mattress surface. With an Afloat waterbed mattress, there are no mechanical parts involved in your support, meaning you don’t have to worry about a spring in the back or a dip in your mattress!