stalk_of_fennel wrote:is it a pain to get the cover off and stuffing out?
is it a pain to get the cover off and stuffing out?
Robert Ray wrote:
Where I live I usually end up with a lot of brush that needs to be burnt in the fall or early spring. I have an old box spring that I pile the brush on as it accumulates. The air flow underneath the pile helps when I get around to burning it.
Burn them for heat and then sell the scrap metal?
Mattresses, which most people spend an inordinate amount of time on in their life are one of the least natural, most chemical things even us natural folks come in contact with on a daily basis- that said, one soaked with years of some-one else's body fluids is even more hazardous- STAY AWAY, their trash and there is a reason they go to the dump, some things are better left alone,
i think you're being a bit alarmist.