A new study from the University of Southampton has found that the use of bed liners is more likely to make a mattress more durable, while cribbed bedding is more commonly used by parents who prefer a softer feel.
The research was conducted to compare the durability of mattresses from crib to bed.
The study examined the durability and performance of four mattresses, one crib bed liner and one queen bed frame.
The study involved using an electrostatic stress test to measure the electrical conductivity of each mattress.
The researchers found that a crib mattress was more durable than a bed liner that had been cribbed or a queen bed.
The research showed that cribbed mattresses were also less likely to flex and tear.
Researchers also tested the durability characteristics of a mattress by using a 3D-printed design, which was made to replicate a natural mattress.
They found that crib mattresses held their shape better than a natural bed liner.
The results of the study will be presented at the International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering in Tokyo.
The use of cribbed and bed linens was linked to lower levels of energy use and energy loss, according to the study.
The results of this study suggest that cribs are a better choice for families who have more energy demands than bed linings.
“It is important to note that there is a wide range of types of crib and bed liner in use today,” the study said.
“The research we carried out provides further evidence that parents may choose to choose between these types of products depending on their individual needs.”