First bed build, looking to use high density foams, no memory, latex etc.
Oct 19, 2016 5:27 AM
Joined: Oct 19, 2016
Points: 11
Hello, I am a newbie to bed building. I have used hd-hq foam in couch cushions for a long time and am pleased with the material. I like the idea of just using 6" hd36-hq so I can flip it etc, but know that will be a bit firm as I side sleep a lot, so am considering a couple inches of hd23-hq. I am 200 lbs. What do you think of this, will it be firm enough to sit up in bed to read, and soft enough to sleep on? I sleep on my couch all the time, the hd36 would make my arm go to sleep but after 6 years I think it's softened up a bit and now doesn't do that. Of course I don't want to wait that long on my bed. It's a full size slat platform frame. Should I go thicker for my weight and for firm support sitting up with the hd36?
Re: First bed build, looking to use high density foams, no memory, latex etc.
Reply #7 Jan 11, 2017 6:49 AM
My name is John, I want uninterrupted sleep.
Location: indiana
Joined: Jan 11, 2017
Points: 1
I like memory foam type mattress.