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Some might prefer lounging on your sofa indoors while others might stroll towards the benches on their outdoor patios, but everyone desires the best possible comfort for effortless relaxation. As time goes on and furniture is exposed to the wear and tear of frequent usage, you might notice that your cushions don’t feel as comfortable as they used to. This could be a sign that it’s time for a foam replacement.
Replacing the filling in your cushions is an important part of furniture maintenance, and to get the type of filling that fits your needs, you’ll need to understand the different types of foam filling and their qualities. If you’re the type of person whose body wakes up with bedsores, softness might be your priority for comfort. In this case, an open-cell “super soft” foam might be perfect for you. If you want something that will last for a long time and stand up to frequent use, you might want to see if the medium firmness of HD36 Foam works for you. If you like your cushions firm, dense, and durable, take a look at Lux Foam. Lastly, if you’re planning to use your cushions outdoors, Dryfast is the best type of outdoor foam because of its high resistance to moisture, mold, and mildew.