Bought a tempur-pedic cloud mattress 4 weeks ago. Today it left on the truck that brought a mattress which is not programmed to end my life. When it 1st arrived it smelled of plastic and pesticide. I suppose that's what polyurethane is in some form. I was told by the company that the smell was common to new mattresses and that it would dissipate in a few days. Week one: feeling sick and haven't slept. Week 2: feeling sick and haven't slept. In the meantime as per company suggestions I have washed the cover(daily) and pounded the mattress with every broad beamed object I had around.
Week 3 sick as a dog, no sicker than a sick dog. Week 4 looking like I've spent 8 years at Gitmo, I trade the *** thing in. It's gone, praise the lord.
What product that costs 2500 bucks requires you to have a black belt to whip it into shape. Why may I ask don't they do that at the factory so that when it arrives it's ready to use out of the box rather than having it become a life consuming experience.
Free at last free at last thank god almighty, I'm free at last.
Product or Service Mentioned: Tempurpedic Mattress.
Monetary Loss: $2500.