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EdJodi 06-07-2020 05:40 PM

Mattress suggestion?
 
We have a 2019 LTV unity Murphy bed in the bed is very firm . We have a memory foam mattress at home that we love . Any suggestions for where to go to get a replacement?

R.Wold 06-07-2020 06:58 PM

Call these guys - they can build to spec for dimensions, cut corners, rounder corners, hinged, etc, and can manufacture to the desired firmness.

https://www.mattressinsider.com/?gcl...SAAEgIRJvD_BwE

Customer service is excellent. Iíve used them for three different rigs, and if the new Ventana didnít have a sleep number in it Iíd be buying a forth.

EdInArk 06-07-2020 07:08 PM

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Originally Posted by EdJodi (Post 5294658)
We have a 2019 LTV unity Murphy bed in the bed is very firm . We have a memory foam mattress at home that we love . Any suggestions for where to go to get a replacement?

We bought a foam mattress at Walmart that is working out well. I wouldn't have any idea if they'd have your size or thickness, though.

twinboat 06-07-2020 07:41 PM

We used Wal-Mart 8 or 9 inch thick memory foam mattresses in 2 RVs and our boat.

If the size wasn't right, we cut the outer cover open, trimmed the foam and closed it back up. Used a long serated knife.

EdJodi 06-13-2020 04:54 AM

Thanks for the info. We plan to try a foam topper but Iím not sure that will get the job done. Replacement may be in our future.

Isaac-1 06-13-2020 07:52 AM

There are a number of companies that will make custom size foam mattresses either memory foam, or my preference Latex foam (latex feels much more like an innerspring mattress than memory foam). We recently bought a mattress from Flexus Mattress in California https://www.flexuscomfort.com/ their web site is not as fancy as some, but the mattress was nice, and arrived in a Nest brand mattress box which included a statement that they used to make mattresses for Nest and were using up their supply of boxes. Afterward I looked up Nest, they have a fancy web site, offer a similar mattress to the one I bought, with a few inferior materials (thinner pad layer, etc.) and cost about 1/3 more than I paid.

Ed_G 06-13-2020 10:00 AM

I concur totally with what R Wold just said.

EdJodi 05-04-2021 04:57 PM

Sorry for the very late(11 months) reply. We found a mattress topper that will allow us to close the Murphy bed and is very comfortable

jackreno 05-04-2021 11:02 PM

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Originally Posted by EdJodi (Post 5738244)
Sorry for the very late(11 months) reply. We found a mattress topper that will allow us to close the Murphy bed and is very comfortable

One thing to think about on replacing the murphy bed is there might be a strap sewing into the bed fabric to hold the mattress in place when in up mode, that is what mine has so if ever replacing the murphy you will need to note that with the bed maker..

Ron Dittmer 05-05-2021 05:41 AM

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Originally Posted by twinboat (Post 5294834)
We used Wal-Mart 8 or 9 inch thick memory foam mattresses in 2 RVs and our boat.

If the size wasn't right, we cut the outer cover open, trimmed the foam and closed it back up. Used a long serrated knife.

We essentially did the same thing. CLICK HERE for details with pictures.

jjrbus 05-05-2021 04:02 PM

My class C bed is 4 inch narrower than a full size so cut down a 5 inch memory foam. It feels as comfortable as the 10 inch memory in the house. If mine were a full size I would use an air over spring like in our hide a bed. Unbelievably comfortable and light.

THenne1713 05-07-2021 10:38 PM

We use 4-inch GEL MEMORY FOAM MATTRESS TOPPERS, ordered thru Costcodotcom, ours was shipped free from MFR, and $20 cheaper than in-store. Sleep better in RV than at home usually. WE did not trim our and thus use regular Queen sheets, but read you can best trim w/ electric knife?

Blastvalve 05-08-2021 07:04 AM

Weíve had good luck with toppers from Costco. I can confirm that trimming with an electric knife is very easy, the joke in our house was itís just like carving a BIG turkey.

My father recently replaced the foam on several cushions on his boat, also used an eclectic knife to cut the foam to fit. Works like a champ, just trace the pattern you need onto the foam and cut away.


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