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Anyone still sourcing latex from mountain top (continuous pour)? 26 Apr 2022 20:33 #1

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I am looking for a 2 or 3 inch latex layer replacement specifically in continuous pour latex. It seems almost no one uses it anymore? White lotus is all I can find and it’s both super expensive and only in one firmness. I love sleeping in my kids’ beds which are both spindles but they have changed suppliers.

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Anyone still sourcing latex from mountain top (continuous pour)? 27 Apr 2022 21:51 #2

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Hi Erf011

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I am looking for a 2- or 3-inch latex layer replacement specifically in continuous pour latex. It seems almost no one uses it anymore? White lotus is all I can find and it’s both super expensive and only in one firmness. I love sleeping in my kids’ beds which are both spindles but they have changed suppliers

That’s correct, Spindle does not use continuous poured Dunlop for their reworked models, but there are various companies that are currently using it as part of their design. I’d call around the trusted members , to see if they have any continuous pour latex stock on their hands.

In North America, the major suppliers of continuous pour latex are Latexco and Mountain Foam. Latexco is a distributor for many different types of latex from their own continuous pour Puralux up to 3” thick (which is a blend of natural and synthetic latex) They also supply molded Dunlop 100% NR or blended. Many of our Trusted Members source their latex from them. Here is a good video showing the continuous pour Dunlop process with Sonocore high-Frequency Endogenous Vulcanization for a more homogenous structure vimeo.com/536316989

Also, you may want to call Mountain Top directly? at 570-715-7200, they should be able to recommend some manufacturers thy sell it in your area. Another company IBS Comfort (Innovative Bedding solutions) is a younger company that covers mattress fulfillment, cut and sew production, and latex foam distribution. They are a wholesale provider of Mountain Top latex foams and can be reached at 714-994-2223.

Hope this gives you a few good leads.
Phoenix
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Anyone still sourcing latex from mountain top (continuous pour)? 02 Sep 2022 05:49 #3

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After a bit of research, I can confirm that Nest Bedding uses Mountain Top foam for their Finch and Owl Latex Mattresses. I am not sure if they use it for their all organic models.

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Anyone still sourcing latex from mountain top (continuous pour)? 02 Sep 2022 06:06 #4

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Looking over Mountain Top Foam's website I don't see any mention of their latex being organic nor any of the related certifications, so it doesn't appear as if they could be used in an all organic model.

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