As you can see, unboxing the EzoBed is a very simple process. Simply remove the layers of plastic and align the mattress, and the rest takes care of itself. Just be careful not to puncture the mattress when removing the plastic.
The other thing to note with EzoBed is that it does take at least a few hours to decompress. I didn’t sleep on the mattress the first night to give it some time to firm up, and I suggest you do the same. Along the same lines, don’t worry if the EzoBed looks a little misshapen when you first remove the plastic. As the foam decompresses, the mattress will continue to take shape.
To unearn more about EzoBed, visit my EzoBed mattress review.
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