What density should I opt for?
A: With a 2-inch mattress topper, you would want to opt for 4+ pounds per cubic foot because it provides firmness and makes sure you don’t sink in too deep.
For a 3-inch one, a density of 3 pounds per cubic foot would offer extra softness, while a density of more than 4 pounds is good if you like to sleep on firm surfaces or need more support.
What is the approximate weight limit which if exceeded, a 3-inch topper might be a better option?
A: A 3-inch mattress topper is better for men weighing more than 185 pounds and women weighing more than 165 pounds. If your weight exceeds 250 pounds, you might have to go for an even thicker mattress topper.
How do I make sure my mattress topper doesn’t slide off?
A: Use fitted sheets to keep your mattress topper in place.
Does the 3-inch topper have a longer-lasting effect than a 2-inch one?
A: Yes, a 3-inch topper does in fact have a longer-lasting change, which is very suitable for especially heavy sleepers.
If I have a latex mattress, which material and thickness combination should I opt for for a firmer and more luxurious feel?
A: Go for a 3-inch memory foam mattress topper as it will make your bed slightly firmer and more comfortable.
How does a mattress topper change as time passes?
A: A mattress topper does become less resilient over time, but gradually.
Which thickness should I choose if I have back pain but also don’t want to sweat?
A: There are numerous options for a mattress topper, so going for a 2-inch topper just for its cooling feature is unnecessary. A 3-inch topper can also have 2 inches of cooling gel that will prevent sweating while also providing support and pressure relief to your back and joints.