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‘No Sweat’ anti perspiration Mattress Protector

Monday, July 11th, 2011

NEW ‘No Sweat’ Mattress Protector BANISHES SWEATY DREAMS – SIMPLY! NO sweat – a good night’s sleep just got a lot less sweaty thanks to the folks at High & Dry Waterbeds and Back Care Beds, Portsmouth.

Their latest product – ‘No sweat Mattress Pad’. The anti perspiration mattress protector helps turn a sleeper’s worst nightmare in to a sweat-free experience, night after sweat-free night. Now that has got to be the coolest news for thousands of sweat-plagued sleepers.

Using the latest spacer fabric technology, High and Dry’s innovative new ‘Anti Perspiration Mattress Pad’ aims to enhance the sleep of every owner of a waterbed mattress, adjustable bed mattress and conventional divan mattress– simply and at great value that won’t cause ripples.

Like most effective, science-driven breakthroughs, this one fuses simplicity with industry-leading research and with proven results, you can wave goodbye to uncomfortable tossing and turning caused by sweating in bed. Attractive, 3D-style, spacer fabric is easy to fit and guaranteed to add to your quality of sleep whether you have a temperature-controlled waterbed or an adjustable bed.

Key to the product’s success is the manufacturing process which features vertical strands for optimum loft, and air circulation literally creating an air gap between the mattress surface and your body.

Ventilating air gap

Ventilating air gap

This is particularly helpful with memory foam mattresses which have a reputation for causing sweating. The no sweat mattress protector can be invaluable for a relatively low cost. Just think of the sweat-free ‘Anti Perspiration Pad’ experience as yet another fabulous reason for joining the growing number of satisfied customers who have conventional divan beds, memory foam mattresses or super comfortable waterbeds and adjustable beds.
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No Sweat Mattress Pad

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

No Sweat Mattress Pad

A common disturbance to a good night sleep is sweating. The cause may be that you have a mattress that does not allow air circulation between yourself and the mattress surface, or that there is no air circulation within the mattress itself. A ‘No Sweat Mattress Pad’ is the best mattress protector to give mattress ventilation. The way the ‘no sweat mattress pad’ works is to simply create an air gap between you and the mattress surface

 

If it is so wonderful, why did no one think of it before?

Until recent advances in material technology, most mattress protectors were made from a combination of polyester and cotton (poly cotton) with a layer of polyester fiber quilted in between. This serves its purpose quite well as the fiber layer creates an air gap which does reduce the sweat problem. Unfortunately laying on the mattress pad or mattress protector compresses the fiber and so it is no longer a breathable mattress protector. The ‘no sweat mattress pad’ is different and is only made possible through very recent technological advances. This hi-tech material solves the problem of sweating by actually creating an air gap and maintaining an air flow even when you are laying on it.

In these pictures it is possible to see how the air gap in the ‘No Sweat Mattress Pad’ is created by a pile yarn holding the soft top and bottom layers apart

new no sweat mattress pad

Amazing new no sweat mattress pad to reduce sweating

This pile yarn is controlled during its manufacture to create the perfect hardness, loft and spring characteristics to give the perfect properties for mattress ventilation.

 

Soft feel mattress pad with spacer fabric

A No Sweat Mattress Pad gives the best mattress ventilation

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Mattress side retaining bars for Adjustable beds

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

Mattress side retaining bars for Adjustable beds

Sir, I am looking for side retainers for a double adjustable bed, and a Google search provided me with a similar request in September of this year. 2 questions: What is the clipping pitch (our bed would require circa 180mm to clip between 2 slats)? Are the adjustable bed slat retainers shown still available at the price illustrated (£5 each + £6 next day carrier + VAT, Total £30.55)? If the answer to both questions is “yes”, I would like to buy a set. Many Thanks Customer details removed

 

Hello Customer details removed,

Unfortunately the price is now £6 each but we will keep to the old price for  the adjustable bed mattress side retaining bars. Adjustable Bed side retaining barI have attached a picture to show the pitch of the clips which are approximately 104mm.

Different manufacturers of adjustable beds vary the pitch, but only slightly, so.I suspect you may have measured the pitch of two pairs of slats instead of two individual slats. If this is the case then yes again.

thanks John

In order for us to simplify explanations and guide customers with a frequently asked questions about adjustable beds, would you object to your comments being used on our blog with your name and email etc removed?

Thanks John

 

Hi John,

Thanks for this. It may be that I have not described my requirement well enough, its not the bars I am after, but the mattress retaining brackets, which screw onto the adjustable bed slats, are L-shaped, and have retaining clips/lugs as part of the bracket – there was a photograph of a white bracket on the adjustable bed blog entry I found.  
Looking at my bed, the slats are 2″ wide (seem to be slightly more than 50mm, so I am assuming 2″) with what I would guess is a 3″ gap between the slats themselves, giving a 7″ end to end distance (180mm). The adjustable bed was purchased from Argos a few years ago. 
In terms of this thread being on your blog, no problems (with name and address removed). 
Many thanks 

Sorry for the late reply, but I’m still at work.

Don’t worry, I fully understood, but the adjustable bed you have is not made to the same high quality as our adjustable bed mechanism. A 3″ gap between the slats sounds excessive but, if it does the job! Our adjustable bed mattress side retaining bars can still be used by cutting off the clips and screwing down through the main body of the plastic which will line up perfectly over your slats. Using the screws will make the clips obsolete. We can pre drill and countersink them for you and remove the clips.

Thanks John 

 Thanks for all of this. Address for package is: Removed

Thanks once again, and best regards

If there are any other adjustable bed product that would compliment your existing adjustable bed, check out our accessories http://www.bed-adjustable.co.uk/products/serena-height-adjustable-beds.html we have a range of very high quality pine, metal and upholstered headboards. Elasticated fitted sheets that are 97% cotton, ideal for adjustable beds.

Mattress side retainers for cheaper quality adjustable beds

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

Mattress side retaining bars for Adjustable beds

Sir, I am looking for side retainers for a double adjustable bed, and a Google search provided me with a similar request in September of this year. 2 questions: What is the clipping pitch (our bed would require circa 180mm to clip between 2 slats)? Are the retainers shown still available at the price illustrated (£5 each + £6 next day carrier + VAT, Total £30.55)? If the answer to both questions is “yes”, I would like to buy a set. Many Thanks Customer details removed

Hello Customer details removed,

Yes the price is still the same for the adjustable bed mattress side retaining bars. I have attached a picture to show the pitch of the clips which are approximately 104mm.

Different manufacturers of adjustable beds vary the pitch, but only slightly, so.I suspect you may have measured the pitch of two pairs of slats instead of two individual slats. If this is the case then yes again.

thanks John

In order for us to simplify explanations and guide customers with a frequently asked questions, would you object to your comments being used on our blog with your name and email etc removed?

Thanks John

Hi John,

Thanks for this. It may be that I have not described my requirement well enough, its not the bars I am after, but the mattress retaining brackets, which screw onto the slats, are L-shaped, and have retaining clips/lugs as part of the bracket – there was a photograph of a white bracket on the blog entry I found.
Looking at my bed, the slats are 2″ wide (seem to be slightly more than 50mm, so I am assuming 2″) with what I would guess is a 3″ gap between the slats themselves, giving a 7″ end to end distance (180mm). It was purchased from Argos a few years ago.
In terms of this thread being on your blog, no problems (with name and address removed).
Many thanks

Sorry for the late reply, but I’m still at work.

Don’t worry, I fully understood but the adjustable bed you have is not made to the same quality as our adjustable bed mechanism. A 3″ gap between the slats sounds excessive but, if it does the job! Our adjustable bed mattress side retaining bars can still be used by cutting off the clips and screwing down through the main body of the plastic which will line up perfectly over your slats. Using the screws makes the clips obsolete. We can pre drill and countersink them for you and remove the clips.

Thanks John

Thanks for all of this. Address for package is:

Thanks once again, and best regards

Adjustable Bed Massager

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

We fit the adjustable bed massagers into our range of adjustable bed mattresses in our factory. The massage motors are sandwiched between the layers of foam. This means that that you get the full benefit from the massage. Simply adjust the intensity on the adjustable bed massager handset to give either an invigorating massage or nice gentle massage to send you off to sleep. The adjustable bed massager has an automatic timer that will switch it’s self off after approximately fifteen minutes. The five adjustable bed massage motors can be selected individually, so if you wish to turn off for example the number one motor in the neck area, highlight the number one button and the press the select button.

Adjustable Bed Massager

Adjustable Bed Massager

To re activate the adjustable bed massager number one, simply repeat the process. The same cam be done with each of the five adjustable bed massagers. The wave feature is particularly nice again adjust the intensity on the adjustable bed massager handset to give either an invigorating massage or nice gentle massage to send you off to sleep. You will feel the massage running up and down your back. I mentioned the intensity but the speed that the adjustable bed massagers operate is also important. Myself whilst i am meant to be working selling adjustable beds, who will notice if I have a sneaky five minute rest. The problem is that, put the adjustable bed massager on and it is not until fifteen minutes later that I wake up with customers waiting to try the adjustable beds. I prefer to have the speed that the adjustable bed massagers travel set as slow as possible because I find that more relaxing. To get the maximum benefit from the adjustable bed massager, adjust the adjustable bed so that the back section is slightly raised and the foot section of the adjustable bed is raised enough to put the small of your back in full contact with the adjustable bed mattress. This position is a nice cradled position and with the effect of the adjustable bed massager you will not need to count many sheep before you are off to sleep.

Our adjustable bed massagers are fitted inside the mattress, so if you have a memory foam or Reflex foam mattress it can be done. The fitting process of the five adjustable bed massage motors may look a bit of a bodge up, but it works. This can be done by yourself and we can talk you through exactly how to do it. It is a simple case of removing the cover from the adjustable bed mattress. Mark out and put five slits in the underside of the adjustable bed mattress about 75mm deep. Make a small horizontal cut at the 3″ depth on both sides of the slit for the adjustable bed massage motor to sit snugly in place laying flat. We supply a foam adhesive spray to close the slit after inserting the adjustable bed massage motors. Then put a small cut in the underside of the cover and drop the cables through the adjustable bed mechanism slats. connect the two cables to the handset and transformer and you are finished. 

If you have a sprung mattress, there is an alternative. This is two bigger motors fixed underneath the adjustable bed to the slats. The advantage is that it is simple to fit. The disadvantages are that it is not as beneficial, more expensive and it vibrates the whole bed instead of directing the massage to you. I hope this has been of help.

In reply to an online enquiry from a someone who has an existing adjustable bed and wishes to fit an adjustable bed massager.

Mattress side retaining bars for Adjustable beds

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

Sir,
I saw your advert on the internet while searching for “Mattress Retainers” on Google. My Mother has recently bought an adjustable single bed from a high street retailer and, although it has a retainer at the foot, I felt that it really needed at least one at the side to stop the necessarily slippery mattress from sliding sideways on the adjustable bed base,when you first sit on it: it seems quite dangerous for my elderly Father. The Mattress Side Retaining Bars shown on your site look ideal for what I want, although I suspect that an industry standard mechanism (18mm wood) has been used: would this preclude their use? Regards,

Hi Customers name removed
They will still fit all adjustable beds with a wooden slatted mechanism because we use two small screws to secure them.
They are £5 each + £6 next day carrier + VAT, Total £30.55
If you would like to order, please email your name, address and phone
number. Then call 023 9287 3444 after 10am to make a card payment.
This is the price for one set. Please confirm if it is one or two adjustable beds? Thanks John

Hi John,

Thanks for the info about the adjustable beds. Just a few questions before I proceed-
Which piece of wood on the adjustable bed base is the securing screw screwed into?
Are there any projections on the under side which locate it laterally on the adjustable bed slats?

Noting that a ‘set’ comprises 4 units, at which points along the side do you recommend that they are affixed?
In readiness for a sale here are my details:- Customer details removed

Hi Customers name removed

There are 2 pre-drilled countersunk holes, so the small screws supplied screw into the adjustable bed slats which you will notice, are in pairs.

There are hooks on each side which wrap around the slats, Just squeeze the slats together. See Photo attached

Side retaining bar

Like I said, the slats will be in pairs, so choose a pair in the shoulder area and the pair just below the knee break. One on each side. please see 2nd photo attached showing the location on the length of the adjustable bed mechanism.

Thanks John