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Bed foam for full width rock and roll bed

Postby mshaw1980 » 12 Jul 2018, 23:25

Hello

I have a full width rock n roll bed so can't go down the ikea route for a double foam mattress so need recommendations on where to buy and also what foam is best.

Many thanks :ok
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Re: Bed foam for full width rock and roll bed

Postby adie89 » 14 Jul 2018, 21:23

I can’t remember where we got it from as it was ages ago, but definitely get boat foam, it’s more hard wearing, anti microbial, mound resistant etc than standard upholstery foam. From bitter experience get as thick as you can get, hardness varies massively and depends on you personally. A decent option is a harder thick foam, with a thinner softer layer on top, all under the upholstery though, to give you the Mercedes comfort of multi layers. But support of a firm mattress
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Re: Bed foam for full width rock and roll bed

Postby eiret25 » 14 Jul 2018, 23:39

Got my foam from these guys. Delighted with it and had many a comfortable night on their product. I went with the high density foam at around 80mm.
https://www.efoam.ie/
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Re: Bed foam for full width rock and roll bed

Postby mshaw1980 » 16 Jul 2018, 11:30

eiret25 wrote:Got my foam from these guys. Delighted with it and had many a comfortable night on their product. I went with the high density foam at around 80mm.


Hi mate. Who did you get your foam from? Doesn't say. Thanks
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