Wendy & Jon
I guess that the real takeaway from my post/report is that a mattress topper
doesn't appear to be the one and only solution to a good night's sleep
in a Scamp. It is not necessarily the specific N36 designation of the
foam that I used.
Even foams with the same N36 designation could have different IFD
numbers and different levels of comfort.
I heard my son's report of a good night's sleep, consulted an upholstery
professional, consulted a foam professional, and then actually borrowed
one of my son's pop-up cushions and took a nap on it (on our living room
floor). If I had not been able to borrow my son's mattress, the owner of
the foam store offered to let me take a stock/uncut N36 foam slab
(and/or other stock slabs) home and try them out before purchasing.
The dinette/bed cushions have to be firm and supportive enough to sit on
as well as sleep on. If they are really much softer for sleeping, they might
be too soft for sitting. I guess it requires a good balance.
In addition to consulting professionals, if you do research like I did, you
can find some pretty good explanations on YouTube and Google/Bing/Yahoo.
So .... That's my story. Only time may tell the true value of my solution.
In the meantime, we have had at least a week's worth of much better
sleep ... without using a topper.
Very seriously ..... YMMV.
I'm just reporting on my own preliminary experience.
Best of luck to you!
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