Mohawk Mattress

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  1. Diabalo

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    Hi I have a Mowhawk with 2 single mattresses side by side that makes up the double bed over the garage, does anyone else find them tooo soft? we find that you sink in and you end up down in a valley, anyone having the same prob?
     
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    Yup, we use a memory foam topper works well for us.
     
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    I forgot to mention we bought a memory foam topper it made a bit of difference, perhaps I need either a firmer topper all go the whole hog and get a different mattress.
     
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    go the whole hog and fit a pocket sprung mattress .. (y)

    Our Hymer also has two single pocket sprung mattress across the garage making a double bed, and there is no valley or 'roll together' .. it's as good, if not better than our expensive Vi Sprung mattress on our bed at home.
     
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    We took out the 2 mattresses in our Cheyenne and replaced with a double memory foam.......was vacuum packed when put in, not sure if it will come out tho......
    Also gives us storage space at the end, just right for 3 plastic storage boxes.
    Much better than the originals with a foam topper.
     
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    Bazzermc I thought about doing the same and realized that a normal double would be short, as you say it leaves room for a bit more storage.
     
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