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Old 01-16-2006, 10:51 AM   #15
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The ad didn`t mention the usage amount but since it was for a home mattress ad then it would be high usage aas opposed to camping.....With the Tempur-pedic warranty, it seems to blow a hole in the mattress ad that I saw.....just curious if anyone else came across the same ad.....doesn`t matter anyway.....Should have considered the Tempur-pedic for home at the last mattress change....Benny
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Old 01-16-2006, 02:41 PM   #16
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Southern mattress sells 2 styles of mattress, one is the 4" thick which in reality comes out to 7" thick and the other is their 5" thick which is considerably thicker and more pricey. We picked ours up in Rky Mnt on our way to Richmond and saved the shipping which I realize some cannot do, we bought the 4" that they had in stock before the prices went up and are thrilled with it. Many buy the thicker one without really knowing whether they need it ir not. I weigh in at just shy of 200 lbs and momma is a shy 125 so we felt like the 4" would serve us well. they do use the finest in materials so I don't believe that would be an issue If your planning an east coast trip in the near future give them a call a couple of days ahead and see what they can do for you. They are ideal if you leave your bed setup full time
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Old 01-16-2006, 05:10 PM   #17
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I bought a memory foam mattress from Costco in Astoria, Oregon was passing through last spring. It was about $100 for a twin size. I recently bought a memory foram pillow from Costco in Kamloops, British Columbia, same manufacturer. While not in the trailer, I bring it inside the house for the winter for guests - however, they find it so comfortable, they tend to linger

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Old 01-16-2006, 06:17 PM   #18
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I have bought 3 bedsize thick foam toppers from Mrs. Foam on eBay, for about $50 a piece. They are seconds, but you wouldn't know it. Then I also bought thick 2550 density foam to go under 2 of them, as that is the way that Temp-urpedic makes theirs. It has all worked out very well, and very comfortable.
As for the memory foam being hot to sleep on, I have had it on my mattress through this last Texas 100 deg. summer, and I didn't find it hot, but then I do have a quilted mattress pad on the foam and under the sheet.
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Old 01-19-2006, 11:20 AM   #19
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For those of you living near a Bi-Mart, you may be interested to know that this week they have a sale on 1" thick memory foam toppers. A full size piece is $15. We tried one last night on a pull-out couch bed that had become horribly uncomfortable due to support wires pressing through the bed's padding, and had a great night sleep!

I'm sure the quality of this memory foam isn't as good as many of those mentioned previously, but at $15, it's hard to go wrong.

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I think the biggest complaint about the cushions and a memory topper was the juggling to make the bed. My wife and I slept fine on just the cusions and the folks we bought it from had an eggshell topper (which momma threw out in a hurry) and she had a heck of a time making it up. We also got fitted sheets with it when we bought it but she said it was a bear trying to get them on. Now we've got the mattress and no more complaints, when momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy. Now we're happy campers
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Old 01-25-2006, 01:56 PM   #21
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I went to Walmart and purchased 2" memory foam for both the rear bed and fronts.
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