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« on: July 04, 2013 11:33:27 PM »

Ok so I have a tiny ass guest bedroom. Its kinda a drop zone for extra fuinture (I love to swap out peices often). Ok so onto my problem... I have a full sized matress that needs to be folded into a couch for my guest room. I fold it and it springs back, I fold it again, it springs back.... You get the idea? I folded it and laid on it (i'm like 120 pounds)and it sorta stayed. Any ideas on how to get it to fold but in such a way that I can pop it back out for a guest to sleep on? (even though its kinda rare anyone tries to visit... constant state of work)
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« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2014 03:52:37 PM »

Was hoping someone posted a solution.  We're trying to fit a full size mattress into a small RV and make it work as a sitting area during the day and fold out to a full time bed at night.... If you get any answers, let me know.  Smiley
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