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Old 03-19-2016, 06:27 PM   #1
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Bunk sheets?

All I recently upgraded from a 1982 sunline TT to a 2015 keystone 260LE. Nothing worked in the sunline except the ac, so I just used it to sleep at a friend's river lot. I recently got a deed to a nearby campground where I will be parking the keystone. There is so much I need to learn, but my first question is how do you handle sheets on such a weird bunk? Lol. They are double size bunks, but at the foot of them they are diagonal, so I'm not sure the best option for sheets. Thoughts or suggestions?
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You might try stopping in a Walmart and picking up a set of Ozark Trail queen size air mattress sheet sets from their camping department. I just got a spare set from there for $7. I mention it for your bunk because it has the regular fitted bottom sheet elastic as well as the diagonal thick elastic straps, too.
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Thank you. I'll take a look next time I'm at Walmart.
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If the bunks are for kids, you might want to just think of using slumber bags. We did that with our kids for years.
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If the bunks are for kids, you might want to just think of using slumber bags.
X2. No sense spending money on weird-sized sheets or add-ons to the matresses. Kids will be more than fine with sleeping bags.

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With the bunk beds you will be forced to alternate them as we did to make them fit firmly.
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Old 03-20-2016, 08:32 AM   #7
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I do have sleeping bags for the bunks, but our won't be just kids. Mostly adult kids lol
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