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[Walmart] 1" Memory Foam Mattress Topper (Twin/Full/Queen) $19.88

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[Walmart] 1" Memory Foam Mattress Topper (Twin/Full/Queen) $19.88

1" Memory Foam Mattress Topper (No Name) for $19.88 at Walmart
Come with 3 sizes for Twin, Full and Queen Mattress; Not sure about King, since I can't find it.

This is topper so it's about 1-2 inches smaller than the mattress!
If you want an exact fit for a twin mattress, You should buy the Queen size and then cut it :)

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I've got lots of help here, and its time to contribute!
According to many articles online, memory foam release particles that is bad for your health and illness. Not sure if it is 100% legit but theres about 10000+ articles on it so it must be somewhat legit.

hope this helped somebody at least!
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1DarkChaos wrote: I've got lots of help here, and its time to contribute!
According to many articles online, memory foam release particles that is bad for your health and illness. Not sure if it is 100% legit but theres about 10000+ articles on it so it must be somewhat legit.

hope this helped somebody at least!

3rd party hearsay is of extremely limited value, worse than useless. I slept well after I put a topper on my bed. I guess I am not as delicate as some people.

It might have something to do with me letting it breathe for a few days as instructed, and putting a cover over it so as not to sweat.
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1DarkChaos wrote: I've got lots of help here, and its time to contribute!
According to many articles online, memory foam release particles that is bad for your health and illness. Not sure if it is 100% legit but theres about 10000+ articles on it so it must be somewhat legit.

hope this helped somebody at least!

You'd be surprised at how many people can't follow simple instructions - yet they have the brain to write reviews.
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1DarkChaos wrote: I've got lots of help here, and its time to contribute!
According to many articles online, memory foam release particles that is bad for your health and illness. Not sure if it is 100% legit but theres about 10000+ articles on it so it must be somewhat legit.

hope this helped somebody at least!

Multiple people spewing the same message over and over doesn't make it true.
See: homeopathy, religious extremism, etc...
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I didn't see this at the Walmart Supercentre in Kitchener but I found a twin 1.5 inch memory foam topper for 19 bucks. It is definitely a cheapie as it is the egg-carton style which means it isn't 1.5 inches throughout. At 19 bucks you can't complain though . . .

The brand name is Mainstays.
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1DarkChaos wrote: I've got lots of help here, and its time to contribute!
According to many articles online, memory foam release particles that is bad for your health and illness. Not sure if it is 100% legit but theres about 10000+ articles on it so it must be somewhat legit.

hope this helped somebody at least!

Memory foam feels sooo good when I lay down on my bed, it's worth any side effects :lol:

BTW - these were $15 at Walmart a month or two ago. So while this is not a bad price, it's been lower.
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1DarkChaos wrote: I've got lots of help here, and its time to contribute!
According to many articles online, memory foam release particles that is bad for your health and illness. Not sure if it is 100% legit but theres about 10000+ articles on it so it must be somewhat legit.

hope this helped somebody at least!

Even if it's true, don't forget that there's much more evidence that a bad night's sleep (especially on a regular basis) is worse for your health and fitness, both short term and long term effects. So if this helps someone sleep better, I wouldn't worry too much.

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