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Old 07-18-2012, 03:09 PM   #1
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Getting new Outback 292BH on Friday - Bedding?

We are getting our new Outback 292BH on Friday and I am trying to take advantage of Kohl's 30% off coupon to get some bedding for the bunks.

How many of you guys are using the bedspread that came with your Island bed? I am not the bedspread type usually but wondering if the size of the beds make bedding purchased elsewhere look funny when they are put on the bed.

What is everyone doing?
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Old 07-19-2012, 05:12 PM   #2
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We use a quilt my wife, Lynne, hand-made (her full time hobby).
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Old 07-21-2012, 05:44 PM   #3
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We're wondering too!

We're getting our new Bunkhouse Trailer this weekend and were wondering the same thing. Not sure what type of bedding the smaller beds in the bunk house use, as there are two sized bunks in there. I was figuring that I would just go to camping world unless we can find something somewhere else.
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Old 07-21-2012, 06:25 PM   #4
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We have a 311BHS from sprinter. We just bought twin sheet sets and tuck the slack under the mattresses. Bedding in the wrap around dinette is a challenge.

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We have our kids just use sleeping bags and pillows. Easy to clean up and not as much laundry. On our bed we use full sheet set and take them home to launder after every trip. Seems to work great for us and the kids like it too.

We own a Crossroads Slingshot 32QB.
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Old 07-23-2012, 11:34 AM   #6
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We bought twin sheets for the bunks. Much cheaper than rv sold sheets. We have 2 sets for each bed and always put on the clean ones before heading home so the beds are ready for our next outing.
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Old 07-23-2012, 01:17 PM   #7
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We bought twin sheets for the bunks. Much cheaper than rv sold sheets. We have 2 sets for each bed and always put on the clean ones before heading home so the beds are ready for our next outing.
Thats a good idea! I think were going to do that as well! Thanks!
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Old 07-28-2012, 05:35 PM   #8
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We are getting our new Outback 292BH on Friday and I am trying to take advantage of Kohl's 30% off coupon to get some bedding for the bunks.

How many of you guys are using the bedspread that came with your Island bed? I am not the bedspread type usually but wondering if the size of the beds make bedding purchased elsewhere look funny when they are put on the bed.

What is everyone doing?
I don't use the bedspreads that come on the beds. I buy bedding in Target or Wal*Mart and make it fit. You may need to make a few adjustments on the corners or one side, but who would notice once the quilt is on the bed? I refuse to pay MORE for oddball size bedding to fit RV beds. In summer we use the light handmade quilts I made in the past or even a flannel oversheet. In winter we have down comforters and fleece sheets and pillow cases. Any Queen size cover, blanket or quilt fits our Q bed in the NT 28BRS.
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My wife does just like RanCarr did.
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My Wife bought bedding at K Mart, and then altered it to fit the bed. ( I have altered the bed to fit me) Then she has them all folded up and wrapped up in plastic wrap. They look like fire wood when she piles them up in the linen closet. That saves space keeps them fresh and clean..
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