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Old 12-07-2014, 10:37 PM   #1
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Softening the rails on the air bed sofa

Has anyone had any experience on successfully lessening the nasty feel of the braces under the air mattress in the sofa?
The second half of this question....in colder weather the the air mattress makes for awfully cold sleeping. Any suggestions on how to make sleeping on this mattress less miserable? Has anyone tried the electric mattress pads? Of course you'd need to have shore power, use the generator or have a hefty inverter?
I and my grand-kids thank you for any suggestions.
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Can't speak for the RV, but we really like an electric mattress pad at home. It's great to heat up the bed 30 minutes before getting in.

When tent camping, we found it helpful to put a blanket under us and then a sheet over that for sleeping. This kept the cool air away from the under side.
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