Published at Thursday, December 27th 2018, 21:00:56 PM. Modern. By Brechtje Arnold.
It might be a bit wider than your lazy sofa's old spring cushion or maybe it's that foam bumps more than an innerspring while flexed, with a watertight cover and sheets on it, I have to be more concerned that they don't get caught in the tool when opening or closing. My sofa has a fabric cover sheet holding the cushions, and when the bed is open, it maintains the lower third of the cushion. So I don't think the bar at the 1/3 point much to begin with, but I feel it less now a tiny bit if I concentrate on it than I did with the old cushion.
This has a velour-like cover that zips to be fully displaced, however, the joined tag states that both the cushion and the foam should be "spot-cleaned" only and no washer or dryer. As for sinking in or heat, my place is air-conditioned and I'm understandably slim, so no criticisms there, I have a thin waterproof-fabric/fill pad on it, which might also improve heat a bit?As an exclusive side-sleeper, I sink just quite and don't bottom out.
If one of them got a 75-inch variant, I'd buy it in a minute and this one I suppose, because it's a gel, Just the similarly. I put the old cushion back in the Costway red folding lazy sofa for awhile and tried sleeping on this, as a topper for a low-priced, fairly firm innerspring cushion, total on a box spring firmed up with some cabinets. The result is excellent if a bit jiggly overall, and presumably, it's not so odd an idea the bottom of the top has non-slip beads, which makes sense for use on a mattress, no reason for use on raw sofabed springs.
Maybe other sofabeds have fabric or this is sold elsewhere as a topper. Unfortunately, Classic Brands doesn't state the exact specs of the foams in this and has not answered, so I have no idea how to replicate the results with another product that's intended to be a topper.
Anyway, my house guest mentioned that the mattress was very comfortable when used as intended -- in the sofa.