Which mattress better and don't produce heat

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after seeing pillow thread writing this post to get few suggestions from the dimers

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newjoin123 wrote:

after seeing BabaJi’s pillow thread, writing…

(Writing) with or without Baba Ji’s (blessings) consent?

Nahin tou abhi unka Copyright claim aa jayega.

Usually Baba ji is very generous and might give permission.

But intrinsically, such threads.. are HIS Intellectual Property Right.

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Natural fibres like cotton have ALL season versatility, isn’t it?

And summers are barely for few months, but in winters one WOULD want to be warm, right?

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BAT_MAN wrote:

Winter is barely for few months in most of India

oh.. so then the don’t produce heat is probably more valid.

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How is the heat getting generated in mattress? - Elaborate

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BAT_MAN wrote:

Winter is barely for few months in most of India

Actually I’ve been fascinated with waterbed (mattresses filled with liquid, instead of coir/foam or desi cotton).

 

But never had a standard sized bed or opportunity to use those things.


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InvestPotato wrote:

How is the heat getting generated in mattress? - Elaborate

Some materials or surfaces might be better at storing heat energy during the day and then dissipating it, radiating it later.

Heat is not getting generated “in” the mattress.😛

But it can end up storing heat energy through the day, especially in harsh summers.

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