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Old 03-13-2016, 11:17 PM   #15
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I'm 6' tall, and I had to sleep diagonally in our bed. I bought a queen mattress from one of those mattress outlets, took that measurement,, and enlarged the bed frame to fit the new mattress. Now we can buy mattress covers, sheets and covers from almost anywhere. The bed frame project was easier than I really expected.
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Our King bed is 72" X 77" and radius corners. We just bought normal King sheets at Costco. No problems.
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Old 03-14-2016, 04:29 PM   #17
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We don't buy any of the RV store junk. I have queen sheets from JC Penny. I bought regular dishes, glassware, silver, etc. Most came from Bed Bath and Beyond and Walmart. I also don't waste money on RV toilet paper. The regular TP works just fine. Many of the RV 'must haves' really are not needed.
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Go buy a pair of mens suspenders. Slip them undernthe mattress, clip the ends to the bottom sheet. Donemdeal
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We have two sets of sheets, one set of cotton for the majority of the year and flannel when we are cold weather camping.
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Old 03-18-2016, 01:54 PM   #20
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Combo 2 pack - RV/Camper Short Queen sheet set AND Mattress Pad SUPER VALUE! - AB Lifestyles





South Carolina Company using U.S. made sheets to fit any camper. We bought our short queen sheets and mattress pad combo from them and they are very comfortable and well made.
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Several years ago I bought sheets through Amazon that were unique. The bottom sheet is fitted. The top sheet is fitted at the bottom. It keeps the sheet tucked in all the time and never pulls out. I believe it was manufactured by Allyson Brooke. Was about $70 for a king bed.
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RV Sheets, RV Sheet Sets, RV Comforters for your RV, Truck, Camper, Motor Home | Advanced Bedding

They have a lot of variety. They're not inexpensive, but you don't buy sheets that often and you can get the size you need.
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Several years ago I bought sheets through Amazon that were unique. The bottom sheet is fitted. The top sheet is fitted at the bottom. It keeps the sheet tucked in all the time and never pulls out. I believe it was manufactured by Allyson Brooke. Was about $70 for a king bed.
The website for the Allyson Brook sheets is: AB Lifestyles USA Made Bedding for Home and RV

Search under the "For the Home" tab and select the "NoTuckô Top Sheet Sets."

I am 6'4 and always had a problem with my king size top sheets pulling loose at the bottom. With these sheets, I have never had a problem.
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