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Tape Edging Bed Manufacturing

Tape edging is a crucial step in the manufacturing process of mattresses. It involves sewing or stapling a sturdy fabric tape along the edges of the mattress, enclosing the inner materials, and providing structural integrity. Here are some key uses and benefits of mattress tape edging:

  1. Durability: Tape edging reinforces the edges of the mattress, preventing fraying and extending its lifespan. It helps the mattress maintain its shape and structure over time.

  2. Aesthetics: The tape edge provides a clean, finished look to the mattress. It covers any raw edges of the mattress materials, giving it a polished appearance.

  3. Strength and Stability: By securely sealing the edges, tape edging adds strength and stability to the mattress. This prevents the materials from shifting or bunching up, ensuring a more comfortable sleep surface.

  4. Quality Control: Tape edging is often used as a quality control measure in mattress manufacturing. Proper tape edging ensures that the mattress meets industry standards for construction and durability.

  5. Customization: The tape used for edging can be chosen to match the design or branding of the mattress. This allows manufacturers to customize the appearance of their mattresses to appeal to specific customer preferences.

Overall, mattress tape edging plays a critical role in ensuring the longevity, stability, and aesthetic appeal of the final product.

Innerspring Mattress

Buying Guide

This is not your typical innerspring mattress buying guide. That’s because, even though innerspring mattresses are still often sold to adults, Bed Mattress Makers has found that an innerspring’s interlinked coils don’t allow for proper support of an adult’s body. 

For that reason, we sell innerspring mattresses for young children only, as young children are still able to have their support needs met by an innerspring mattress.

For adult sleepers looking for a responsive, supportive mattress, we encourage you to check out our mattresses featuring individually wrapped coils 

What to Keep in Mind While Shopping for an Innerspring Mattress 

There are some particulars to keep in mind when shopping for your mattress either online or in-store. These include: 

  • How your child sleep (side, back, stomach, combination)

  • How long you want your child’s mattress to last

  • Preferred mattress components (including coil type, count, and gauge)

  • Mattress firmness/softness

In addition to these factors, there are a few more points to consider when researching innerspring mattresses.

Innerspring Mattresses vs. Individually Wrapped Coil Mattresses

While there are several important distinctions between hybrid mattresses and individually wrapped coil, the biggest difference is that open coil mattresses have interlinked coils, while individually wrapped coil mattresses house coils that are separated and individually wrapped in fabric.

Here’s why that matters: When you lay down on an open coil mattress, all of the coils surrounding the ones closest to your body move in tandem. This movement causes two main problems. First, naturally heavier parts of your body such as your shoulders and hips will affect the way the mattress conforms to the areas surrounding those areas, especially your back. Secondly, if one person gets into an open coil bed, their partner will likely feel it.

Having separate coils provides each area of your body with more individualized support. This extra supportiveness is especially important to sleepers who suffer from chronic aches and pains. And since individually wrapped coils are separated, movement on one side of the bed is isolated, making it much less likely to interrupt someone sleeping on the opposite side. 

Mattress Myth: All Mattresses are the Same

Mattresses may mostly look the same, but they are not created the same. Different mattresses use different components to achieve different feelings and support levels, and the components that can make a mattress perfect for one person might not work for you. While the comfort layer on top of a mattress may be the first thing you notice, the coils and/or foams underneath are what determine whether or not a mattress will truly meet your needs. 

Mattress Myth: Comfort Is All That Matters When Buying a Mattress

A common misconception is that a firm mattress is better or more supportive than a soft mattress. Whether or not a mattress is right for you has much more to do with its support than its comfort level. A mattress that leaves gaps between its surface and your body will not provide proper support no matter how firm or soft it is, which can have you shopping for a new bed sooner than you had planned. 

How to Choose a Mattress & How to Shop for a Mattress

There are two different but very important parts of the mattress-buying process: how to choose a mattress and how to shop for a mattress.

Knowing how to choose a mattress means that you can take multiple factors – the different types of mattresses, the comfort level you prefer, your sleeping position, etc. – and use them to select the best mattress for your sleeping needs.

Knowing how to shop for a mattress means that you know the best tricks for a smooth shopping process. These strategies include knowing how to check for a high-quality mattress.

When buying a mattress, it is important to remember that one size does not fit all. 


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