How to glue your DIY Mattress?

What you will need:

  1. Your pre-cut pieces of foam from our custom cut section
  2. All-purpose glue from our craft section
  3. A mattress cover from our Sleep Accessory section
  4. A protective cover under the foam you are gluing (craft paper, plastic or a tarp.)

Step 1.

  • Lay your protective covering down; it must be larger than the mattress to protect your work surface from glue overspray.

Step 2.

  • Lay your mattress core on top of the protective cover.

 Step 3.

  • Get the next layer you are gluing to the core and put it on top of the core to ensure you have a good fit.

Step 4.

  • Spray glue on the perimeter of both the core and the next piece as well as a full X on each piece.

Step 5.

  • Lay the glued sides together ensuring they are perfectly lined up so you do not have bulges when you zip you cover on.

Step 6.

  • Press the perimeter and the centre of the mattress (laying on it too) to ensure the glue has contact on both sides.

Step 7.

  • Provide sufficient time for the glue to dry (minimum 5 min).

Step 8.

  • Repeat steps 3-8 if you are adding additional layers.

Step 9.

  • Unzip cover, lay the bottom part or the cover down and set the assembled foam mattress on top of it, ensure it is square.

Step 10.

  • Let the top side of the cover on square… it together.

Step 11.

  • Set the mattress on the suitable foundation (see our foundation section) to support the full mattress.

Step 12.

  • Enjoy your sleep!

To fibre wrap or not? That is the question!

When ordering a new piece of foam, you will be asked whether you want to have it wrapped in fibre or not. Foam Experts recommend wrapping foam in fibre whenever the piece in to be used in upholstery cushion.


Wrapping furniture cushion in fibre (aka dacron wrap), prevents the foam from contacting with the upholstery fabric, hence prolongs the life of your foam piece. Moreover, it enhances the appearance of the piece, making it look fuller and less wrinkles on the cover. The fibre wrap also add to the comfort of the cushion without compromising its quality.

Foam Measurements

Having fibre wrapped around the foam piece does not affect the foam size you order. That is regardless of having fibre or not, you do not need to change the foam measurements. To know more about measuring the foam you want to order, read our blog on foam measurement.


To wrap the fibre around your piece of foam, we use high quality spray foam glue, so we can be sure we there is perfect adhesion between the two layers, hence there is maximum durability.



What is CertiPUR-US Certificate?

All the Polyeuritine foam offered at Eversoft is CertiPUR-US certified. Our CeriPUR-US certification is your assurance of quality, durability and product safety.

CertiPUR-US® is a certification program administered by a not-for-profit organization.  The CertiPUR- US standard was created for today’s environmentally conscious consumer, particularly in response to consumer demand for product safety standards and concern for indoor quality.

CertiPUR- US is a program of the Alliance of Flexible Polyurethane Foam Inc. In order to meet the exact standards of the program, foam products are examined and put through a series of scientific tests, by internationally accredited, independent laboratories. The standards include low emission (VOCs) for indoor air quality, made without mercury, lead, heavy metals or formaldehyde, and also made without ozone depleter (no CFCs), methylene chloride, PBDEs or prohibited phthalates. The tests also evaluate foam content and important durability factors.

To learn more about this certificate, you can visit CertiPUR- US website.


What is BioPlush technology?

All the polyurethane foam we offer (or use) in Eversoft are BioPlush. In fact, if you browse through Eversoft’s online store, you will see Bio-Plush logo here and there. So you might ask what does BioPlush mean and what is good about BioPlush foam?

 BioPlush™ is engineered to offer customers the opportunity for a sustainable environmentally conscious product, without any loss in product performance. Traditionally, manufacturers of flexible foam for the carpet, furniture, and bedding industries relied solely on petroleum-based materials. BioPlush™ replaces a portion of its fossil fuels based ingredients with natural seed-based oils such as soybeans in the manufacturing process. The use of BioPlush™ can help decrease the dependence on fossil fuels and ultimately lessens greenhouse gas emissions.

Bioplush™ has the same high comfort and performance as our traditional foams, yet delivers a smaller environmental footprint by offering lower CO2 emissions and energy requirement through the replacement of petroleum-based ingredients. The result offers customers a new eco-friendly choice to provide more sustainable products for both our customers and the planet. At Eversoft we believe all practices that help reduce our carbon footprint are a positive step.

Everything you need to know about Talalay Latex

Talalay Latex is a premium bedding material made from rubber tree sap. The sap is mixed with some agents and is undergone a complicated 14-hour process. The result of this advanced process is Talalay Latex which offers a unique buoyant quality that supports your body, yet relieves pressure. The cutting-edge process of producing Talalay Latex and its one of a kind cell structure leads to some great benefits which make Talalay Latex a great choice for mattresses and pillows.

Tension Relief

One of the important steps in producing Talalay Latex is the vacuum process. As a result of this step, Talalay stretches like a rubber band, and when you lay on it, it conforms to your natural body curves.


The unique bouncy characteristic of Talalay offers a great support for your body. In fact, while it conforms to your body shape, it gently pushes back and does not let you sink in your bed. The balance of this uplifting support and pressure relief makes Talalay Latex a perfect buoyant material for a great night’s sleep.


Talalay is not only great for your body, it is great for your pocket in the long run! As a result of the production process, Talalay has a round cell structure which does not break down easily. So Talalay Latex can last for 15 years!

Dust Mite and bed bug Resistance

Talalay Latex is naturally dust mite, bed bug, mold and mildew resistant. In fact, it is scientifically proven that rubber trees produce sap to defend themselves against invasive insects. Luckily, this insect resistant sap is the main ingredient of a great sleeping material too!


Talalay Latex undergoes 5 stages of fresh water wash. As a result, any soap residue or protein which may cause an allergy is rinsed off so you can rest allergy free. As Talalay is Dust Mite resistant and hypoallergenic, it is a perfect choice if you have asthma or allergy.


Talalay Latex has a large cell-structure which lets the air flow. You will not feel hot during your sleep as the Talalay dissipates body heat.


The process of producing Talalay Latex is environmentally friendly and agents used in the production do not harm the ozone layer. The main ingredient of Talalay Latex comes from natural rubber tree and all ingredients used are from renewable resources and are biodegradable.

How to measure a cushion?

So you have decided to replace the old cushion of your furniture and renew the whole feel and look of it. The next step would be measuring the size of the cushion and ordering it online. Here is a guide on how to measure your cushion:

What you will need

  • A pen or pencil
  • Paper
  • Tape measure

Measuring the Cushion

  1. Take the old foam out of the cover
  2. Measure the greatest depth, length and width of the cover seam to seam. (Note: rounded corner covers can be deceptive and hold the foam in, the foam is really bigger than the cover; that is ok, and when you install the new piece you want a tight fit.)
  3. Using these measurements add an additional 0.5” to the length, width, and thickness. Then if your cover thickness exceeds by an entire inch by ½ “or less round it down to the nearest inch. If your covers thickness exceeds by more than ½” then round it up to the nearest inch. So, a measured thickness of 4 ½” would be increased to 5 ½” thickness and round down to 5”. A measured thickness of 4 ¾” would increase to 5 ¾” and round up to 6”.