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post #31 of 35

I went out and bought an IKEA mattress.  They have latex mattresses and foam - both of which felt EXACTLY like what we slept on in Italy.  I hope this helps!  P.S...the price is right as well!

post #32 of 35
How is it for the banging upon?

Latex/Foam doesn't seem like it would have enough spring for doing the swing.
post #33 of 35

We have had no problem in that regard at all!

post #34 of 35
I also was close to abandoning my super comfortable foam mattress after a convo with my chiropractor who said they don't allow your spine to stretch at night.
Also I went to Europe and by day 2 my chronic back pain was gone.
This led me to Ikea to check out European mattresses. The sales woman was very informative and was convinced it was not my foam mattress but the underlying support. She convinced me to keep my foam and buy slats. 90$ and an hour of put together time later the slats were in, and my mattress is now PERFECT. 1 week in, zero back pain. And if the slats don't work for you easier return than buying a new mattress...worth a shot.
post #35 of 35

Advntrgrl- which mattress (name) from IKEA did you go with. I just got back from Germany last week and had great luck at one of the hotels I was at and now am thinking about making a trip to IKEA for a mattress possibly.

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