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Old 02-14-2015, 09:22 PM   #1
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Wondering how many of you use the comforter that comes with the motor home, dealers choice, or how many buy a new one?
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Old 02-14-2015, 09:50 PM   #2
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Fold it up, put it away, find something you like.
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Old 02-14-2015, 09:53 PM   #3
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We replaced the original one - it did not seem to fit my DW's ideas on correct colors. Which is funny since I'm the one with OCD.
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I never liked the tastes of the persons who design the bedding in RV's. Usually too gaudy/satin-y/bulky for me. For all the RV's we've owned, the original bedding comes out, goes in a SpaceBag in the home closet until it comes time to sell. Then it goes back on the RV bed when it goes to it's next owner.

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I never liked the tastes of the persons who design the bedding in RV's. Usually too gaudy/satin-y/bulky for me. For all the RV's we've owned, the original bedding comes out, goes in a SpaceBag in the home closet until it comes time to sell. Then it goes back on the RV bed when it goes to it's next owner.

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Most of the bedspreads/comforters that come with the RV look OK in photos or when the RV is sitting on the sales lot, but when you add a couple of blankets under them, they all seem to be too small. This is our third brand new RV, and we have replaced the bedspread on all 3. All of the originals were either too short or too slippery (or both) to stay on the bed.
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Ours along with that useless bolster are in a heavy duty plastic bag for 'that day'. One dealer we talked to would have reduced our trade by several hundred dollars over his already low ball if we couldn't supply one. What's wrong with that picture? Well let's say when we bought that now gone preowned trailer from him, it didn't have a bed cover and that became one more (but the least) reason he lost the sale. The final selling dealer didn't have a problem though.
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Donated our original one to Salvation Army resale store and put one we liked on the bed.
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We pull it off and use a blanket when sleeping and put it back to make the bed since it matches everything.
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If the bedding from the s&b does not fit the deal is off on the MH. The demo cover makes a good storage cover when we are not using it while the good stuff comes off our bed when we are traveling. ;-)
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Again, what Lori said.
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Old 02-15-2015, 07:31 AM   #12
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We bought our mh used right after Thanksgiving and the bed was stripped so we have to buy everything. As luck would have it we just remodeled our bedroom in the house which included a new bed. New bed meant new sheets, covers and comforter. Well I bought 1000 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets and a 1200 thread count Egyptian cotton goose down comforter.
Now I know what I have been missing all these years! Problem is I can't now imagine having anything less in the mh! Oh well you only live once!!
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DW doesn't like ours either, it's not the pattern of the colors, it's the fabric it's made of, it snags on everything. She's started making a Log Cabin Quilt, and we'll space bag the factory spread for when/if we ever trade the unit in. She figures the quilt will be done by the time we take off full time - 2 years!
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The shams and the comforter took so much room in the closet when we took them off at night we took them into our stick and brick house and bought a plain bed spread which folds up nicely.....
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