Anti Slip many uses around the home
Anti Slip material is a rubberised matting. It’s lightweight and easy to use in all sorts of situations. Whether in use around the home or elsewhere Anti Slip is inexpensive to buy and will make sure things stay in place.
Extremely versatile and useful, the fabric is cut to size so nothing is wasted. There’s always something that can be held in place by our remarkable anti slip.
For use in caravans, camper vans, boats and camping. When you want cushions, pillows, cups or bowls to stay where you want them a little piece of anti slip is the perfect answer.
A prime example for using anti slip material is when a futon mattress might be slipping or creeping forward. The material lays across the sitting deck of the frame. No adhesive or other things are necessary to keep the anti slip material in place, a guaranteed solution for that problem.
- When using with 3 seat futon frames a 2 mt length is suggested.
The anti slip rubberised matting is 50 cm wide, is easy to cut and keeps anything that might move or slip in place.
Love Your Futon
Essentially we feel it makes perfect sense to not just look after your futon but Love Your Futon. When you invest hundreds of pounds in a futon mattress get the best possible use from it. We insert a Care Leaflet with every futon mattress that we make. Therefore please take the time to digest the useful advice on the page. Furthermore as specialist futon mattress makers we want you to benefit from the sound sleep we hope it gives.
A few customers mention how thick the futon mattresses
are when they first arrive in a customer's home. We explain on the leaflet and also when they call that there's air in the layers of filling. As a result the futon has to be in use for a week or so before there's some settlement. This "bedding in" process is completely normal and most of all necessary to have an even surface.
While we want to get rid of the air at the beginning of the futon mattress's life, things move on. We very much hope the futon sits on a surface of slats. This is especially relevant as we want air to circulate around the mattress. If air circulates it will enable a drying out process to occur. We all sweat at night when we sleep and the moisture can reside in the filling and eventually create mould. Drying out the futon will prevent mould from growing. On a hot dry day take your futon outside and let it sit in the sun to get completely dry. An open window can help get the same effect.
After 7-9 years
I hope you will have much use from your wonderful comfy futon mattress. But probably after nearly a decade the time will be approaching when you have to say "goodbye" old friend.
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