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Old 09-22-2012, 11:03 AM   #1
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I want to replace all the matresses in my rv for a more comfortable night sleep. My main bedroom mattress is 54X74, I haven't pulled out the overhead bed and measured it but any ideas for both , bedroom and pull-out?
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Mattressinsider.com is a good place to order mattresses. You may call them at 1-888-488-1488 also.
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Old 09-23-2012, 08:51 AM   #3
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Thank you Dajudge, great site and prices.
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Not sure if you have The Original Matress Factory in Georgia. If so, go to one of their stores. Most of the matresses in our house are from them. They were recently very highly rated in Consumer Reports. Great quality. Great prices. They have several types that they stock in the typical sizes. For an RV, if you pick out a certain type, they will custom make whatever size you want in the store. It takes about 3 days. This way (versus buying online), you'd get to lay on a few to get the right feel.

Disclaimer: I called a store. The above is what they told me. We're going to stop by a store this week. We're going through the same exercise. The standard RV matress is not good.
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Update since last night's post...

Just got back from The Original Mattress Factory store. Picked out a new mattress. Having it custom made in the special RV size. The special cut adds $50 to the normal queen cost. Pick it up in the store on Friday (or they could have delivered it to the RV but saving the delivery fee).

One suggestion per our salesman - Because an RV mattress rides on a platform versus a box spring (or at least ours does), we got a mattress that's a little softer than normal. Normally the box spring provides some softness. The platform won't.
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Good info I think we do have one about 30 miles away. Thanks for the info
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Memory foam topper is another solution...................usually they are about 3" thick, can be trimmed to fit with an electric knife. Purchased at Costco for about $100.
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I just laid my serta contour foam down on matress,hope it works. ThankYou everyone who sent in suggestions.
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