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How To Make The Hard Mattress Soft?

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I just moved in to this apartment. The bed matress supplied by the landloard is too hard for my back. Does anyone know where I can buy a thick but soft foam pad to make the matress soft? Is it effective?

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Usually sales people about at BigC, Carrefour etc, selling foam mattresses. They appear to be good quality and form to the body shape. You can get different thicknesses and sizes.

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The best solution would be to invest in a real good quality mattress. Don't forget that you spend 1/3 of your life on it.

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There are proper mattress tops for single and double beds, a double size one is about 1500 baht. Big C Lotus and most furniture stores that sell beds, they all got them, find the best quality you can and you will be amazed at the difference it makes.

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Many hotels and apartments in Thailand seem to have rock hard matresses.

In Pattaya there is a particular matress that sends shivers up my spine....it is a striped dark blue and white matress that many place seem to have and it absolutely stuffs my back.

Many Thais are happy to sleep on the floor so they probably wouldn't think that the matresses were too hard.

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Check out the underside of the mattress. I once bought a locally manufactured mattress in Vientiane that was designed to have one hard side and one softer side.

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Check out the underside of the mattress. I once bought a locally manufactured mattress in Vientiane that was designed to have one hard side and one softer side.

Beat me to it - Check the otherside

:o

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I'd like to suggest getting an air mattress. I've been able to find them typically for around US$30 (so, should be around Bt1000) wherever I end up on the planet, and they're absolutely wonderful for my back. Only downside is that the plastic starts tearing itself up after about 8 months of use.

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Contact VIBE and ask him about natural latex toppers. He is a Thai Visa sponsor and I was VERY satisfied with my foam mattress topper that I got from his tiloc.

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I had a look at their site the last time you earned a comission :D

No names, no physical address, mobile number only, generic (mac.com) email, no (formal) details of warranty or returns procedure... scary :)

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I had a look at their site the last time you earned a comission :D

No names, no physical address, mobile number only, generic (mac.com) email, no (formal) details of warranty or returns procedure... scary :)

You want to pay extra (e.g. 50-100% extra) as a contribution to the costs of running an office/showroom/staff etc rather than for the product? Plenty of places happy to take your money.

The outfit is real (I've met them) - do you think ThaiVisa would accept them as sponsors otherwise?. You'll pay factory prices rather than regular retail. I'm another very satisfied customer (since last year) - and no commission comes my way..........

Up to you.

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Up to you.

Certainly is. The website spake unto me and it spake unconvincingly.

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