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Have You Got A Mattress Topper?

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lynbrown | 17:47 Mon 31st May 2021 | Shopping
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We think our bed would benefit from a topper but they range in price from £50 to £1500. Any tips please?

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A topper won't make a soft or unsuportive (ie knackered) mattress any better. It can make a too firm mattress more comfortable. I wouldn't spend huge amounts on one...you'd be better to get a new, satisfactory mattress with the money.
I got mine from Aldi. It is a fluffy one and just protects the mattress.
I think I paid around £15 at the time.
I have an old memory foam one, but can't remember the price, sorry. Not a fortune or I would have remembered ! It's lovely and comfortable, but I take it off in the summer as it gets too hot !
Only experience I have is sleeping at a friend's house on (I presume) a feather filled topper. I didn't really like it & if I was going for one I would think about foam/memory foam.
I’ve done the topper route many times and prices. The best will last for a while, but eventually a new mattress will have to be purchased. Bite the bullet, get a new decent mattress.
I use a M&S one....a duck and down one and it's certainly lasted and been very comfortable, £109 for a superking sized one, cheaper the smaller the bed.

https://www.marksandspencer.com/duck-feather-and-down-mattress-enhancer/p/hbp22476570?color=WHITE
We bought a mattress with a built-in topper (memory foam) - never again; the mattress is still OK but the topper is knackered so we've ordered a new mattress.
I have always used one and can get good ones from Amazon for about £30-£40. Mine are single size.

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