Best Waterbed Mattressby Sleep Sherpa Sleep Expert
A waterbed mattress is more than 3,000 years old. Today, this type of mattress has undergone huge transformation. Know which ones are the best on the market. Recommended Features
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Review on Best Waterbed MattressWaterbeds have been around for centuries, going back as far as 3600 BC, when Persians filled mattresses made of goatskin with water. In the 19th century, hospitals used waterbeds made of rubber for patients. Fast forward to 1968, Charles Hall invented a waterbed that had a vinyl mattress, which he named The Pleasure Pit. He called it so because the waterbed was known to be better than other beds in quite a few ways, including in promoting proper sleep.
By the 1980s, waterbeds became increasingly popular, with 1 in 5 homes in the United States having one. However, they had fallen out of popularity once the 1990s came around mainly due to the maintenance required. The good news is that anyone who wants a waterbed can still find them today. You can find waterbeds mostly online, but they are also available in some stores.
Types of Waterbeds
Before you find out the types of waterbeds available, you should know what exactly a waterbed is. Simply put, it is a vinyl mattress filled with water. In the 1980s, when waterbeds were at the peak of their popularity, consumers had to use a garden hose to fill up the entire bed with water. Today, tubes called bladders are the only thing you have to fill when you buy a waterbed. Some of the waterbeds you will find in current market can support themselves, doing away with the need for a separate frame. You will also find some innovative ones that come with temperature-control devices to heat the water.
Waterbeds come in many brands and sizes. However, you will find two main types of waterbed mattresses on the market today Hardside and Softside.
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