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V-birth cushion replacement
For an extra few bucks, we went from 3" to 6" foam that was designed for sleeping, and was pre-drilled with pin holes throughout to assist breath-ability. I think it was called "Swedish Sleeping foam". The bottom of the covers are a breath-able synthetic material which is tough. Under the bunks we purchased multy-tile from home depot which is a interloc tile that gives an extra .25" airgap. This should prevent mould from ever being an issue in our new cushions.
Good sleep is worth the expense. My suggestion is go to a shop that will pull out the foam for you, and let you lie down on it. In Toronto we used Genco and are happy with their work. After lying on 3", 4", and 6" foam, we decided to spend the extra. It is really worth it.