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Old 01-11-2023, 05:02 PM   #15
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Another shout-out for heated mattress pads! We use one in the MH and one in our house!
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Old 01-12-2023, 07:42 AM   #16
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We are trying to find an electric heating blanket that will work on our rv generator. Any suggestions?
I didnít realize so many people use electric blankets. I guess living in the south helps. But when it gets cold, our three 10# dogs move in to keep us warm. Lol.
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We also use heated mattress pads in our 5th wheel and home. We agree that they're much better than a heated blanket because the heat is under you instead of on top. Also, we found several low voltage ones on Amazon that use less power and has smaller heating wires so you don't really feel them under the fitted sheet. On colder days we turn both sides on about 15 minites before bed time and by then the bed is toasty warm. It will also automatically shut off after 10 hours.
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