There are people who don’t sleep on their beds, and this is not because they cannot afford one. Many people prefer to place their mattresses and it suits them well.

In many Asian countries you will find this trend and those who have not tried it might think it’s not worth trying. Below is a discussion of the pros and cons of having a floor mattress that you might consider before you get one.

You can try it out if the information convinces you it’s something that could benefit you.

 

Pros of a floor mattress

Pros and Cons of Having a Floor Mattress

Floor mattresses are cheaper than other mattresses and you can get a decent mattress on a small budget. These are different from full-sized mattresses and for that reason are budget friendly. They are made for temporary accommodation and not necessarily for use on a bed, so with a small budget you can still get a good mattress.

Floor mattresses can be used in different cases. For example, you can use a tri folding floor mattress as cushion that will help to keep your kids warm in their room. A floor mattress will have different uses and that makes it suitable especially for because it is flexible and can be folded.

Pros and Cons of Having a Floor Mattress

You will save on space when you choose a floor mattress and this provides easy storage as you can roll the mattress and pack it in a cover. This ensures you only produce the mattress whenever you need to use it and its portability allows you to place it anywhere in your house.

It is perfect for camping trips and picnics. The fact that it’s foldable and easy to carry makes it an ideal choice for someone who is into camping and picnics. The design of floor mattresses offers compact and portable mattresses that can fit anywhere. There are both folding and rolling floor mattresses that you can buy for your needs.

 

 

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Cons of a floor mattress

Pros and Cons of Having a Floor Mattress

The biggest disadvantage of using a mattress on the floor is the accumulation of dust. You need to be careful with cleaning to ensure all dust is removed, otherwise you might expose yourself to diseases because of the dust.

You could also see the growth of mold especially if there is no sufficient flow of air to ensure sweat and the heat produced by the body is expelled. Mold could lead to and you definitely don’t want to endure that bad odor. That is why you are cautioned that unless you are keen on hygiene then you should not consider using a mattress on the floor.

Cold is another problem. You may fall ill for sleeping on the cold floor, so unless your floor is heated or insulated, you might want to consider having a bed.

Pros and Cons of Having a Floor Mattress

A floor mattress sounds like a good idea, but you have to be careful with hygiene to ensure you don’t expose yourself to disease causing elements. Having a floor mattress with good care will afford you some benefits including the convenience of being able to fold it and store. It can be carried around with ease and makes for a perfect choice for camping and picnics.

 

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