Memory Foam Mattresses
Avid Foam 2000 Pocket Spring Double Mattress - FirmRRP £969.99 Save 36%£620.00£620.00
Avid Foam 2000 Pocket Spring Superking Mattress - FirmRRP £1,349.99 Save 42%£785.00£785.00
Avid Foam 2000 Pocket Spring Single Mattress - FirmRRP £849.99 Save 45%£470.00£470.00
Memory foam has thousands of devotees. How about you? If you want bespoke support, and like a firmer, less bouncy bed then come on in.
Memory foam softens with body heat, responding to contours it supports your body whilst you sleep. It's ideal for helping with correct spinal alignment, and is a sworn favourite of many chronic pain sufferers.
Due to its denser construction, memory foam feels warmer than sprung beds. If this extra warmth doesn't sound appealing, consider pairing up your memory foam mattress with a specialist cooling topper or protector, for a fresher night's sleep.
How do memory foam mattresses work?
Memory foam is made with a dense foam which softens with body heat and pressure, responding to your body contours to support your body whilst you sleep. Due to its denser construction, memory foam feels warmer than sprung beds. If this extra warmth doesn't sound appealing, consider pairing up your memory foam mattress with a specialist cooling topper or protector, for a fresher night's sleep.
Are memory foam mattresses good for your back?
Memory foam mattresses support an ideal spinal alignment because of the way they respond to your body’s position as you sleep. By allowing the spine to rest in a neutral position, the muscles around your spine can rest which helps reduce aches and pains. Memory foam mattresses allow your body to ‘sink’ into the mattress. This means they help relieve pressure on joints, something that those with joint pain appreciate.
How do you clean a memory foam mattress?
Care for your memory foam mattress by using a mattress protector under the sheets, and you’ll prolong its life and find it needs fewer cleans. If a spill or stain has made it through to your memory foam mattress, first dab away any liquid. Then, using an upholstery shampoo, warm water and sponge, work at the stain to remove as much as you can. Wait until your mattress is completely dry before making it up again. Some memory foam mattresses have a removable cover, in which case you may be able to remove and launder it in your washing machine before replacing it on your mattress when completely dry. Find out more about caring for mattresses in our mattress care guide.