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Re: Mattresses

Postby LDK » Fri Apr 20, 2012 7:33 pm

Ron Dickey wrote:We went to a upholstery supply store, our trailer is a little smaller then a full. I used a razor blade to cut it. We got a firm. we have since added a egg crate to it to make it a little thicker. I am thinking of adding a 2nd one or make a thin boxspring.

Put bed sheets on it and several layers of blankets depending on the temp. no heater but the trailer is well insulated.



Thats what I did. I went to a upholstery supply store,(DLT) and bought a 3" extra firm piece of foam cut to size and I also used a
eggshell mattress topper too. It worked out real good. :thumbsup:
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Re: Mattresses

Postby Richard A. » Thu Jul 05, 2012 12:05 pm

I use a Coleman queen air mattress. My Little Guy Silver Shadow did not come with one (got it used .. no galley either) and I already had the mattress. It fits perfectly.

For those who say "Don't use an air mattress in the cold weather" ... Not a problem, because I don't use blankets. I use a double size sleeping bag so I have "insulation" on the top AND the bottom.
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Re: Mattresses

Postby dawnmichelle » Sun Jul 22, 2012 7:44 pm

we were going to use a queen size air mattress before we went out and spent the money on a good mattress.out T D is 6X8
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Re: Mattresses

Postby Socal Tom » Mon Jul 30, 2012 8:24 am

I got the 4" memory foam topper on sale a while back. Finally used it the weekend. It was perfect. No stiffness in my 49 yr old back in the morning and comfy to sleep on.
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Re: Mattresses

Postby WhitneyK » Fri Aug 10, 2012 9:57 am

Full size air mattress in my queen size li'l camper. Cheap, easily removable.
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Re: Mattresses

Postby Gar4real » Thu Sep 13, 2012 11:16 pm

Bought a custom 3 piece foam mattress with a canvas zippered cover from Knox Foam in Knoxville, TN ( they are no longer in business). Consists of 3 inches extra firm 3 inches medium firm and 2 inches high density memory foam. The two lower layers can be reversed to make the bed firmer or softer. The cover zips on 3 sides and the mattress is 46.5 in x 73 in so it fills the entire cabin. Can either roll/fold the entire mattress for removal and placement or can put cover in place and add a layer at a time. It is as comfortable as my Queen size beds in the house and have often used it like a blowup bed for extra guests that are staying in my home. Have had it for 6 years and no noticable deteriation. Was waranteed for 20 years but like I say the company I bought it from went out of business.
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