Mattress Topper advice

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  1. Stewart J

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    Looking to purchase a mattress topper anyone have any recommendations :thumb:

    When our 16 month old grand-daughter accompanies us she sleeps in the fixed bed with OH, I end up on the lounge bed and as we have a half dinette (AT Mohawk) and all those extra seat cushions don't make for the most comfy of sleeps:Eeek::Eeek:
     
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    Or your worst enemy

    Raskelf / Duralay HERE
    I guarantee I wont be the only one to recommend from personal experience this companies product

    Be warned the Raskelf 2" single, will cost a touch more that the e-bay 5" Kingsize:Eeek:

    But as the little China man said

    Good ---No Cheap :thumb:
    Cheap ---No Good :Doh:
     
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    Remember this is only an occasional use so E Bay job would probably do. We bought ours from Ikea and just cut the corner and have been very happy with it .
     
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    As Geo just said, Raskelf is the only way to go. Fantastic product.
     
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    I just took delivery of one from memoryfoamwarehouse. It was made to my measurements to fit our dining area in the MH and I ordered the 7.5cm depth with a coolmax cover. We have just spent our first weekend on it and it was so comfortable. I didn't wake up in pain once compared with our previous trip when I was in so much pain I barely slept. The service was excellent and swift. :BigGrin::BigGrin:

    http://www.memoryfoamwarehouse.co.u...toppers/?gclid=CLnb3NiY-LUCFRDKtAodkkQABg&p=3
     
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    WHILE i don't knock Raskelf / Duralay at all :thumb: The bloke who surplied the foams for my van said that basically they are all much the same --Just like the foam for the seats it comes in soft medium and hard only he described it as density :Smile:Also said don't go for any more thickness than 3 ins deep because it is so soft it gives virtually no support hence most mattresses are foam wjth a topper stuck to it ie 6 ins foam with 3 ins memory foam giving a total of 9 ins etc, --ideal topper thickness is 2 to 3 ins rolls up very small :thumb:BE aware some sell memory toppers with 1 ins foam and 1 ins memory foam as 2 ins memory foam toppers :Eeek:
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    we got ours at dunelm good quality and value
     
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    I was just reading your post and noticed the banner ad underneath.......it was for "GETLAIDBEDS"
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    Dunelm is the place to go, we got ours from their perfect suits our needs 100%.:thumb:
     
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    Thats because you may have been going to 'naughty places' and your cookies have rumbled you!:Rofl1::Rofl1:

    Get Adblocker to stop the banners or use Firefox

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    Alway use Firefox, now it's M & S showing the bathroom fittings that I looked at earlier........:BigGrin: Might need to by a "Surf Easy"

    No "naughty places"......... honestly:RollEyes:
     
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    Thanks for that Peter, got Adblocker installed, no more M & S and Debenhams ads, just those annoying Pecks Hill Garage and Johns Cross Motor ones:Rofl1:
     
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    Probably too late in this post

    I had exactly the same problem and after the first night being uncomfortable, I purchased a memory foam topper from
    http://www.memoryfoamwarehouse.co.uk/double-7-5cm-75kg-memory-foam-mattress-topper.html. :thumb:
    Best nights sleep I've had in awhile. Expensive but given I'm not a slim jim I needed something substantial. Only downside is that it is quite heavy and unwieldy to move about. During the day it stays on the fixed bed, then gets dragged to the made up one when needed.
     
  17. Madwife

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    We bought a duralay double topper and it is fantastic. What a difference it has made and both of us have commented that we no longer wake up in pain.

    I know they are expensive and the topper cost more than a double memory foam matress I bought for the guest room. however it is our home on wheels and we want a good nights sleep.

    Kath and Howie
     
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    Raskelf / Duralay are the best, look after yourself you only have one back and you'll miss it when it's gone. You can go down the cheaper route but comfort, to me, is everything. Northing beats a good night sleep.
     
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    But how do you know that he knows what he is talking about. We find posts on here about salesmen etc you give you nothing but ... well lies
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