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Old 03-01-2013, 07:30 AM   #1
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Ill fitting bed sheets troublesome...have I got a solution for you!

One of the most annoying feelings is waking up to a popped off fitted sheet and your face, feet or both on the bare mattress pad. After unsuccessfully trying several different types of sheets including RV sheets I came up with an easy solution. I purchased two full flat sheets and sewed the sides and the bottom to make a huge mattress pillow case. Problem solved! Worked well on both our queen size bed and also the sofa bed in our living area. I wonder if this is one of those ideas that could make me millions...lol.
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Old 03-01-2013, 08:03 AM   #2
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You could also try these Sheet straps made by Holdup Suspender with patented Gripper Clasps in 2 style kitss
We got a set similar from Kmart for $5, then got a 2nd set for the picnic table cloth to keep that in place easier too.
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One of the most annoying feelings is waking up to a popped off fitted sheet and your face, feet or both on the bare mattress pad. After unsuccessfully trying several different types of sheets including RV sheets I came up with an easy solution. I purchased two full flat sheets and sewed the sides and the bottom to make a huge mattress pillow case. Problem solved! Worked well on both our queen size bed and also the sofa bed in our living area. I wonder if this is one of those ideas that could make me millions...lol.
Hey, good idea! You could also just flip the mattress over for a clean surface instead of washing the sheets. One other poster said that they use men's suspenders to hold their fitted sheet in place. I guess whatever works!
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