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myers-logoFollowing our visit to the Myers bed and mattress factory we thought you would like to see how they are made.

The mattress cover has a layer of padding stitched to it to give a quilted finish

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A machine cuts 8 rows of mattress borders at a time

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Fabric is fed into a machine to make the handles

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Mattress ticking is cut to size by mechanical shears

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Spring units are all bought in ready made

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The pressure packed springs are put through a machine to unpack them

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And come out full sized looking like a sprung mattress interior

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Mattress springs waiting to be upholstered

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Once unwrapped the spring unit is rod edged to give support

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Layers of filling are added according to the quality of the mattress

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Once all the filling is in place and the tick is attached on top

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The mattress is now ready for the border

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The border is added and stitched to the the mattress tick (cover). This is known as tape edging

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Mattresses that are tufted are done so by machine.

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Once complete the mattress sets off on a conveyor belt for packing

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All mattresses have protective corner pads attached prior to being bagged up.

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The mattress goes into the wrapping machine

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And out it comes the other end in a poly bag ready for delivery

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