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Sunday, April 13, 2014

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Mattress Mack

Hello Matt! Thank you so much for your business and support! I truly appreciate you reaching out and I’m glad to hear that you love your mattress! Memory foam can cause a spike in temperature for some sleepers. However, our Gallery Furniture Sleep Experts recommend our very own 5.0 or 5.2 mattress protector to help keep you cooler at night. You can also try “classically making up your bed,” in which you’d put your mattress protector on first, then place 2 fitted sheets over it. This technique has been shown to cool mattresses 5 or 6 degrees as you enjoy your snooze.

I’d also like to invite you to review your Mack-O-Pedic and all of your purchases you made over the weekend. We’d be happy to give you $50 gift card for each one! Thank you again for your loyalty and stopping by! Hope to see you again soon! Have a blessed rest of your week!

https://www.galleryfurniture.com/product-review-giveaway

Matt

I purchased a Mack-o-pedic mattress and box spring, along with a king bed, two night stands and a dresser/mirror on Saturday, 2/28. After sleeping two nights on the new mattress, I find that it causes me to sweat and is hot compared to my old traditional mattress (I do not use a mattress pad at all). Is there something different about the materials of construction in the Mack-o-pedic mattress? Any suggestions that you can provide to help me sleep cooler would be greatly appreciated! Other than this issue, I love the new mattress.

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