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I have purchased two of these mattresses a year ago, and I'm happy with them. They are medium firmness and don't smell like chemicals or anything. Amazon delivers them to your door. One of them has a foam topper on it but they are comfortable without.
Not only is memory foam hot, but the porous structure is a magnet for dust, mold spores, trapping sweat, bacteria, and if you have pets, dander and mites.
Maybe you can freeze all of your clothing like one guy said and just throw away your mattress and get another one for $199 on Amazon.
I don't know if bedbugs can be solved by that or if it's more persistent.
For me at least, its just as or even more comfortable than any expensive bed I've bought.
Got a bacon bowl maker from the dollar store yesterday.. and I ordered a queen mattress off amazon that COMES IN A DUFFEL BAG.
I bought this mattress from Amazon: [link]
It's amazing and only $300 for the king size.
For pillows, I just bought some pretty nice ones from Target that were about $10 each
You can put together your own "hybrid" latex / innerspring mattress for about $500.
Start with a tight-top innerspring mattress, around 6" to 10" thick, which can be purchased for around $200. For example:
Then add a latex topper, 2" to 3" thick, for around $300. For example:
Latex layers should last 5 to 10 years. A decent innerspring mattress with minimal foam should also last 5 to 10 years (it is thicker, cheap foam that usually fails earlier on cheap innerspring mattresses, so look for one with as little foam as possible)
Choose a softer ILD latex topper if you are a side sleeper and/or your body weight is less than about 150 pounds. Choose a medium-firm ILD latex topper if you are a back sleeper and/or your body weight is higher.
This gets good reviews and is only $200.