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Last week, I received a call from a customer enquiring about the density and weight of our latex mattresses. He was only interested in natural latex mattresses. He has done some research online and was aware of using density to determine the firmness firm, medium or soft of the mattress. He seemed a little confused and wanted to find out which range of our mattresses has an ILD closed to In this blog post, I would like to discuss about the difference between density and hardness of latex mattresses and the various ways of measuring them.
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