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post #30 of Old 05-14-2012
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Re: Replacing V berth foam material

We have a temper-pedic mattress at home and have trouble sleeping elsewhere now. It isn't for back trouble, but for me, its my shoulders. Arthritis, I believe. My wife's arm falls asleep when we sleep on hotel mattresses. Yes, they are expensive. I've been told there are those that love them and those that hate them, and no one in-between. I think that is true.

We have a 2 inch very soft topper on our berth on the boat. We would like to find something much thicker. The mattresses aren't bad, so I'm convinced a better topper and we're set.

Still having trouble sourcing a thick dense topper that will fit a queen size bed. The two inchers are everywhere.


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