Sofzsleep Cot Latex Mattress is a pure natural latex COT mattress designed to help your baby sleep comfortably and cool during the night. Our baby mattress is certified to be toxic-free from formaldehydes, pesticides, PDBEs (Polybrominated Diphenel Ethers-chemical flame retardants) and other toxic chemicals. A testament to stringent cleanliness and hygiene standards, our COT mattresses comply with the Oek-Tex® Standard 100, ensuring that there is no off-gassing of noxious fumes. Sofzsleep pure natural latex mattresses have millions of microscopic open cells that makes them extremely ventilating and cooling to sleep on.
- Maximum comfort with pure natural latex and bamboo yarn.
- Intelligent cooling with bamboo fibre fabric which is 4 times more breathable than cotton fabric.
- Natural antibacterial defences for babies with sensitive skin or allergies.
- Oekotex® and Eurolatex certified natural latex, toxic-free with no formaldehyde.
- No off-gassing of noxious fumes.
- Natural bamboo cover with anti-bacterial and antifungal properties with superb breathability is ideal for people with sensitive skin or allergies.
- Swiss antimicrobial Sanitized® treatment prevents the development of moulds, dust mites and fungi that could result in spots and odors.
- Easy removable cover that can be dry cleaned.
- Fits standard 120x60cm cot size.
This mattress comes with a removable bamboo cover only. (This cover is not a mattress sheet nor a protector. You will need to get a mattress protector & mattress sheet additionally.)
Mattress Size: 120 x 60 x 7.5 cm
Thickness: 7.5cm (3″)
- Our premium natural latex and bamboo yarn are made in Belgium.
- Mattress comes with luxurious Bamboo fibre cover.
- Each latex layer is well protected with inner cotton cover.
- Bamboo has an unique natural anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and odour resistant fibre. Our bamboo cover has more than 45% natural fibre.
- Sanitized® treatment helps to prevent the development of moulds, dust mites and fungi.
- Bamboo fibre fabric is 4 times more permeability than cotton fabric.
Good to know
- Our mattress are made with 100% pure latex, without any polyurethane foam, coconut sheets or metal springs.
- Sometimes the mattress has a noticeable smell when you open the packaging. The smell isn’t harmful or toxic and disappears over time.
- Airing and vacuuming the mattress helps to eliminate the smell faster.
- Our mattress is suitable for platform or slated base bedframe.
- For slated base, its best recommended gap between the slats of less than 3” (7.62cm) apart.
- Keep latex mattress away from direct sunlight
Care instructions for Bamboo mattress cover
- Do not tumble dry
- Do not soak
- Do not bleach
- Do not iron
- Dry Clean
- Machine wash below 30℃ on a delicate setting; shrinkage may occur
How to make your mattress last longer.
Wash your bed linens regularly.
When you sleep, hair, body oil, sweat and skin cells seep into mattress – this makes it a breeding ground for odour-causing bacteria and dust mites. Hence it is best to wash them once a week on high heat to keep your sleep surface clean and free from any irritants. Do make sure that your sheets are completely dry before replacing them on your bed to prevent any mould or bacterial growth.
Use a mattress protector
Mattress protectors are excellent at keeping dirt and dust away from your mattresses and serve as a protective barrier against spills and stains. By keeping your mattress clean and hygienic, it ensures for a longer-lasting, high-quality mattress.
Make sure your mattress is properly supported
A good bed frame will help support your mattress well and prevent unnecessary stress and strains on them.
Replace your mattress cover
Yes, this is possible for Sofzsleep mattresses. A new mattress cover will give a new life to your lovely mattress.
All Sofzsleep products are certified to be non-toxic and free from formaldehyde, Polybrominated Diphenel Ethers (PDBEs), chemical flame retardants, organic tin compound and other toxic chemicals.
|The STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® is a worldwide consistent, independent testing and certification system for raw, semi-finished, and finished textile products at all processing levels, as well as accessory materials used. The certification aims to guarantee that the certified products are free of harmful substances such as heavy metals, toxic dyes, crop protection substances, and carcinogenic substances like formaldehyde and therefore safe for human health and the environment too.|
|Our products conform to the EuroLatex Eco Standard, which defines the maximum acceptable limits of substances considered harmful to health. The certification attests that our products are safe and pose no risk to the sleeper.|
|The LGA is a German certification which is awarded to mattresses that meet the durability criteria. It encompasses passing a durability test (most certified mattresses last seven to ten years), no strong odor, limited volatile organic compound (VOC) and formaldehyde emissions, strict limits on substances that are toxic carcinogenic, or that may impair fertility, such as flame retardants, heavy metals, azo dyes, pesticides, etc.|
|Sofzsleep products have been shown to have an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal action, based on the tests performed by the Centexbel, the scientific and technical research centre of the Belgian textile industry – Report 8375/8276.|
|Sofzsleep pillow and Bamboo cover were tested by Intertek, a global renowned laboratory. They were certified to be free from formaldehyde, organic tin, azo dyes, Nonylphenol (NP) and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (NPEO) – CNS15290 . The materials have also been found to comply with CNS15503, the general fire safety requirements for children’s products.|
Where does Sofzsleep Latex come from?
We acquire our latex from premium grade sap sourced from South-East Asian rubber plantations.
Where are Sofzsleep products made?
Our manufacturing plant is in Belgium, our principal latex supplier is Latexco. Premium grade sap from specially selected rubber plantations are sent directly to our factory in Belgium.
How are Sofzsleep mattresses made?
Upon arrival, the raw rubber sap is mixed into a compound. Compressed air is added to the compound to work it into a foam. The desired mold is filled with the latex foam by robotic automation to obtain an even distribution of the latex in the mold. The mold closes and enters a vulcanization oven. The form is then “baked” at 100 degrees centigrade to solidify into our Core. The finished Core is thoroughly washed to remove any residue and rigorously dried to remove all moisture. Consistency, firmness, visual and weight inspections ensue in our quality control process. Approved products are sent to our Asian assembly plant for cutting and finishing to various sizes.
What are the advantages of a latex mattress?
Among many of its other positive traits, latex as a material is primarily anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and excellent at body heat management.
Latex is ideal for allergy sufferers. It is naturally hypoallergenic, dust mite resistant and antimicrobial, inhibiting the growth of bacteria, mould and mildew which are contributors to asthma and pulmonary function allergies. No artificial or chemical materials are added to provide these benefits.
What are some of the certifications awarded to Sofzsleep?
Our products are rigorously benchmarked internationally, assuring you bedding products of the highest standards. Sofzsleep latex components and mattress fabric are Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 certified. This is the strictest certification and ensures that they comply with health standard and are safe even for babies. Our products also conform to the EuroLatex Eco Standard, which defines the maximum acceptable limits of substances considered harmful to health.
Sofzsleep latex pillow and Bamboo cover have also been tested by Intertek, a global renowned laboratory. They were certified to be free from formaldehyde, organic tin, azo dyes, Nonylphenol (NP) and Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (NPEO) – CNS15290. Our products have also been awarded the LGA, thus ensuring that our mattresses excel in both durability and elasticity and comply with the durability criteria for the award of the Ecolabel according to the European guideline (2002/740/EC). For more information on our awards and certifications, please visit our Certifications page.
I’ve heard of Dunlop and Talalay Latex, what are the differences?
Traditionally, the Dunlop process has been in use to manufacture latex products since 1929. The viscous rubber serum is baked in steam after being frothed and molded. The process naturally causes heavier particles to sink to the bottom of the mold, resulting in the bottom-side of the mattress to be firmer than the top.
In contrast, the Talalay process has a couple of added steps. Prior to the vulcanization process, the mold is vacuum sealed and rapidly frozen. This creates an environment where the sediments and particles within the mold are more consistently distributed, resulting in a more consistent cell structure from top to bottom and edge to edge.
Between a Dunlop and Talalay mattress, which is better?
The reality is that neither is superior to the other. They are merely different manufacturing methods. However, generally speaking, a Dunlop mattress tend to be denser producing a slightly firmer experience as opposed to the softer and more subtle Talalay mattress.
Price wise, the cost of a Talalay mattress is often greater than that of a Dunlop mattress because of the additional steps taken during the manufacturing process.
Do I need to flip a latex mattress?
Your bed loves you, and you know that! An occasional flip or rotation every 6 months can give your mattress’ lifespan a boost. Love it back by flipping or rotating it so it can keep loving you for many years more.
Are all bamboo fabric the same?
While you are shopping for mattresses, you will see many brands who use Bamboo fabric for their mattress cover. Are all Bamboo fabric the same? The answer is an absolute no! Many fabric suppliers who use only 1 to 3% of Bamboo with the remaining 97 to 99% will claim that theirs is a Bamboo fabric. So, how can you tell the difference? It is actually quite hard for a layman but if you were to hold the fabric in your hand, the one with a higher content of Bamboo will weigh heavier than the one with only 3%. Also, a fabric with a high content of Bamboo feels much cooler to your touch than one which has a miniscule Bamboo content.
Sofzsleep’s Bamboo fabric is made with 43% bamboo, 57% polyester.
Why do Sofzsleep mattresses appear “thin”?
There is a visual trend among many manufacturers to produce “fatter” or thicker mattresses to appear more plush and impressive.
The appearance of a thick mattress may appear impressive but can be deceiving in terms of providing actual comfort and support. It is not unusual for mattress manufacturers to make their mattresses look extra plush by adding layers of oddball substances such as memory form, horse hair and even coconut husk. Thickness is often just a visual ploy designed to get people to think they’re buying a luxurious mattress when in actuality it could very well be questionable materials wrapped in a pretty quitted pattern. The rationale for sleeping on these anomalous materials for as long as 5 to 10 years is highly questionable.
It is best to listen to your body and find the bed experience that feels the most comfortable. For an average person with weight between 60-80kg, a 20-24cm mattress should have achieved above average for overall satisfaction. Latex mattresses are generally heavier. Latex mattress is best known for its optimal support and comfort. More importantly, health-certified latex products do not contain harmful substances, produce toxic emissions and can last for many years.
Are there any springs within a latex mattress?
Sofzsleep uses only 100% latex in our mattress. It is like sleeping on millions of interconnected “micro springs” that provide exceptional, contouring support and pressure relieving comfort. Sleeping on a Sofzsleep bedding will leave you feeling rejuvenated.
The latex core does not contain any other parts (metal springs, foams or other inserts). There is no risk of getting irradiated from the metallic springs. Our customers can easily open up the cover to see for themselves with our very special removable Bamboo and Coolmax® covers.
I think my mattress feels different from what I tried in the store.
Perhaps it is human nature to resist a change. Despite loving your new mattress in the store, you might not sleep better on it on the first night at home. Generally speaking, it usually takes a couple of days for your body to adjust on a new sleeping surface.
If the first night on a new mattress does not radically transform your sleep quality, we strongly suggest giving it a few more nights before completely giving in to buyer’s remorse. This is particularly important to bear in mind when you switch up from a conventional mattress to a latex mattress for the first time. It is also good to note that your initial experience with a latex mattress is likely to be “softer” in comparison to conventional mattresses.
Do I have to flip a latex mattress?
Compared to traditional mattresses, latex mattresses have a complex and dense cellular structure which makes it more lasting, maintaining a level of rigidity. The tensile strength of latex makes it is extremely resilient and much less likely to compress over time.
This is largely due to the “kick back” factor – try pushing your fist with a punching motion into a latex mattress and releasing; you’ll find the mattress bounces back and regains its shape almost immediately. However, in a case of individual preference, there is certainly no harm rotating or even flipping the mattress once every six months, some find it as habitual as fluffing pillows.
Are Sofzsleep latex mattresses suitable for a person with back problems?
Certainly. One of the beneficial properties of sleeping on a 100% pure latex mattress is that it is an incredibly fine balance of support without feeling excessively hard. It contours and molds to the shape of the sleeper’s body whilst reducing pressure exerting points. The experience is often described as “sleeping on millions of micro-springs”.
Are Sofzsleep latex mattresses suitable for children?
Yes, of course. Babies and young children have more body surface than body weight. When surrounding temperatures are higher than body temperatures, children and small body masses tend to gain heat faster than full-grown adults. Children and babies also have immature sweating mechanisms, inhibiting them from getting rid of excess heat in their bodies.
To address this, Sofzsleep mattress cores are paired with various breathable and temperature regulating fibre cover options. Our current ranges come with Bamboo and Coolmax® options that not only provide a plush feel, but also keep the body pleasantly cool and fresh.
How do I care for my latex mattress?
Do put the mattress on a new or supportive mattress base. An old foundation unit may not provide sufficient support. Do use a good cover to protect your mattress at all times to avoid stains.
If your mattress has a removable cover, use only a professional dry cleaning service to clean the cover. We recommend you to clean your mattress cover at least once a year.
Do carton and protect your mattress when moving. Ventilate your bedroom regularly so as to reduce humidity. Do replace your mattress every ten years, if it is used in a normal way.
How do I care for my latex pillow?
Keep the pillow clean with an additional pillow case. Washing of pillow is not recommended. If you really need to wash your pillow, please follow these instructions: Do not use any detergent or bleach.
Spot cleaning with water and press between towels to remove water. Hair dryer can be used to dry the pillow further. Do not spin or tumble dry. Do not expose latex to direct sunlight.
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