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    wangxiaoming1984posted 12 years ago

    Homeowners these days buy an air mattress to provide an extra bedding for unexpected guests. Others use it to have more comfortable beddings during camping or hiking trips. Aside from that, there are other reasons most people regard such mattress as an important bedding necessity inside their homes. However, air mattress purchase requires careful considerations. Shopping comparison and canvassing of different models are important before deciding which brand or model to choose.

    Inflation methods are among the most important things to check before purchasing an air mattress. You see, there are drawbacks in buying large and cheap air mattresses. Large mattresses require a lot of effort and time for inflation. Cheap models that proliferate in markets will leave you breathless and gasping for air. These products call for manual inflation, meaning, you either blow or pump air into the mattresses yourself. For easy inflation, choose smaller models with inflation valves and electric air pumps. With a smaller model, you do not have to waste effort and time inflating the mattresses. Also, the inflation valves and electric air pumps will make inflation easier by flapping and trapping air inside the mattress.

    You should also consider durability and construction in purchasing an air mattress. Go for air mattresses that are made from plastics. These air mattresses may look thin, but they are really strong and durable. Most air mattresses are made from thick plastic materials and soft fabric coatings to give more comfort to the consumers. In checking for quality construction, focus on the weld that binds the mattress. It is important to read the construction details printed on the mattresses' boxes. Good quality air mattresses also have repair kits included in the package. These kits will help you in repairing your mattress in case of minor leaks that need to be patched up.

    Air mattresses must be easy to clean and store. They should be handy like carry-on bags, so as not to be a burden during camping or trekking. It is also important to have an air mattress in a size that allows for many choices when it comes to bed linens. It is hardly welcoming or comforting to let guests sleep in a bare mattress. It is better to buy separate comforters and sheets for your air mattresses to mix and match. However, if you are in a tight fix, buy an air mattress that already has accessories and linens included in the package.

    1. Stacie L profile image89
      Stacie Lposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      make this a hub,

  2. Cagsil profile image77
    Cagsilposted 12 years ago

    Hey Stacie,

    That's twice you've responded to a SPAM post.

    The person simply forgot to post the link. lol

    1. Stacie L profile image89
      Stacie Lposted 12 years agoin reply to this

      so what!


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