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Old 09-23-2015, 11:33 AM   #15
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Fleece sheets are wonderful. I'm not sure what brand they are but the sheets were bought at Costco. I also purchased the warmest rated duet at IKEA. This combination has kept me nice and warm on many cold nights.


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Old 09-23-2015, 01:06 PM   #16
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My solution for making up the bed is actually pretty simple. I go outside to tend to other "important" things and such, and when I come back in, like magic, my wife has the bed all made up. I give her a hug, and we start fixing dinner. And that's all I know about that....
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Old 09-23-2015, 03:13 PM   #17
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& flat sheets! Forget trying to use a fitted sheet.
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Old 09-23-2015, 04:20 PM   #18
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We have the 4" 'memory foam' mattress from WalMart (cut to fit the curves) in our 2001 Casita 17SD. It came with a 'fitted' cover which we modified with large safety pins so it stays tight. We use a fitted microfiber sheet on bottom (works great, just a little difficult to get the corners right but after initial 'making' it's great). A flat microfiber sheet on top followed by an unzipped' thin fleece sleeping bag, does fine for us 90% of the time. We haven't yet spent a winter night there but since we generally stay in CGs with electrical hook ups a small 'cube' heater provides adequate heat. If we need more cover we add another thin fleece bag, & since we leave the rear dinette 'made-up' all the time as our bed, making the bed each morning just involves pulling everything tight & tucking under. The small 2-person side dinette serves us well for eating, sitting, reading, etc. We love not having to make, set-up the dinette every morning.
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Fleece sheets are wonderful. I'm not sure what brand they are but the sheets were bought at Costco. I also purchased the warmest rated duet at IKEA. This combination has kept me nice and warm on many cold nights.


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I didn't know that IKEA sold a Solo much less a Duet....LOL
But the heaviest Duvet & matching cover is good to down about -20 f, I think. SÍTVEDEL Duvet, extra warm - Twin - IKEA

We use a medium weight and have to toss it off 1/2 the time.
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