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No. It is an American Made mattress.
Labrynth2015
· May 24, 2021
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This mattress is very plush. A 300lb person might want to consider a mattress a bit more firm than this one (to provide the appropriate back support needed).
DaisyTex
· November 19, 2019
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How to Care for Your Mattress
To help keep your Ashley-Sleep mattress clean, a thin mattress protector is recommended so it breathes to allow airflow and heat dissipation. Ashley-Sleep does not recommend you use a quilted mattress pad as it will change the feel of the mattress you selected at the store. It may also tr… see more
How to Care for Your Mattress
To help keep your Ashley-Sleep mattress clean, a thin mattress protector is recommended so it breathes to allow airflow and heat dissipation. Ashley-Sleep does not recommend you use a quilted mattress pad as it will change the feel of the mattress you selected at the store. It may also trap heat that needs to escape.
Don’t use dry cleaning fluid of any type on your mattress. These chemicals could damage some of the comfort and upholstery materials.
Vacuuming is the only recommended cleaning method. If you must clean a stain, use mild soap with cold water and apply lightly, allowing the mattress time to fully air dry.
Please remind the kids not to jump on their Ashley-Sleep mattress, as doing so can break down the inner construction and materials. see less
How to Care for Your Mattress
To help keep your Ashley-Sleep mattress clean, a thin mattress protector is recommended so it breathes to allow airflow and heat dissipation. Ashley-Sleep does not recommend you use a quilted mattress pad as it will change the feel of the mattress you selected at the store. It may also trap heat that needs to escape.
Don’t use dry cleaning fluid of any type on your mattress. These chemicals could damage some of the comfort and upholstery materials.
Vacuuming is the only recommended cleaning method. If you must clean a stain, use mild soap with cold water and apply lightly, allowing the mattress time to fully air dry.
Please remind the kids not to jump on their Ashley-Sleep mattress, as doing so can break down the inner construction and materials.

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Manufacturer · June 22, 2020
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I slept on it very soon after, and I’ve had no issues!
Taylor Garry
· September 17, 2020
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There are a few notable differences in the construction of the two mattresses, which results in the higher cost and "limited edition" name. This mattress has 2" of zoned plush support form while the standard hybrid has 1" comfort support foam. It also has an extra 1" of a high density base foam along with 15-gauge pock… see more There are a few notable differences in the construction of the two mattresses, which results in the higher cost and "limited edition" name. This mattress has 2" of zoned plush support form while the standard hybrid has 1" comfort support foam. It also has an extra 1" of a high density base foam along with 15-gauge pocketed coils instead of the standard 13-gauge. This mattress also has a 4-way stretch knit cover, which makes it ultra-comfortable but some may prefer a firmer mattresses alternatively. see less There are a few notable differences in the construction of the two mattresses, which results in the higher cost and "limited edition" name. This mattress has 2" of zoned plush support form while the standard hybrid has 1" comfort support foam. It also has an extra 1" of a high density base foam along with 15-gauge pocketed coils instead of the standard 13-gauge. This mattress also has a 4-way stretch knit cover, which makes it ultra-comfortable but some may prefer a firmer mattresses alternatively.
Salina @ Ashley
Manufacturer · June 3, 2020
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Once the mattress is unrolled, it's almost impossible to roll it back up. And folding, I wouldn't recommend. I would transport it as is.
Tonya S.
· April 12, 2021
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The difference is in the overall comfort, which is often tied to sleeping patterns. A back sleeper will normally prefer a firm mattress while side-sleepers will err towards a plush or pillowtop. The main discernible difference between the plush and pillowtop is the extra 1" of padding in the pillowtop, which offers add… see more The difference is in the overall comfort, which is often tied to sleeping patterns. A back sleeper will normally prefer a firm mattress while side-sleepers will err towards a plush or pillowtop. The main discernible difference between the plush and pillowtop is the extra 1" of padding in the pillowtop, which offers additional soft-ness to the overall mattress. see less The difference is in the overall comfort, which is often tied to sleeping patterns. A back sleeper will normally prefer a firm mattress while side-sleepers will err towards a plush or pillowtop. The main discernible difference between the plush and pillowtop is the extra 1" of padding in the pillowtop, which offers additional soft-ness to the overall mattress.
Salina @ Ashley
Manufacturer · June 3, 2020
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It's a soft but very supportive. I think it's rated as a semi or hybrid mattress.

M J Nossaman
· November 8, 2020
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Yes, this mattress is compatible with an adjustable frame.
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Manufacturer · July 2, 2020
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There are a few notable differences in the construction of the two mattresses, which results in the higher cost and "limited edition" name. This mattress has 2" of zoned plush support form while the standard hybrid has 1" comfort support foam. It also has an extra 1" of a high density base foam along with 15-gauge pock… see more There are a few notable differences in the construction of the two mattresses, which results in the higher cost and "limited edition" name. This mattress has 2" of zoned plush support form while the standard hybrid has 1" comfort support foam. It also has an extra 1" of a high density base foam along with 15-gauge pocketed coils instead of the standard 13-gauge. This mattress also has a 4-way stretch knit cover, which makes it ultra-comfortable but whether you believe these differences are enough to substantiate the increased price is completely up to you. see less There are a few notable differences in the construction of the two mattresses, which results in the higher cost and "limited edition" name. This mattress has 2" of zoned plush support form while the standard hybrid has 1" comfort support foam. It also has an extra 1" of a high density base foam along with 15-gauge pocketed coils instead of the standard 13-gauge. This mattress also has a 4-way stretch knit cover, which makes it ultra-comfortable but whether you believe these differences are enough to substantiate the increased price is completely up to you.
Salina @ Ashley
Manufacturer · June 3, 2020