Cleaning your foam RV cushions

Cleaning your foam RV cushions

Hardware, Industrial and Manufacturing
Cleaning your RV cushions is the best way to ensure they look their best all year round. If you have recently purchased a used RV or you are looking to sell your current RV, cleaning your cushions is a great way to make your RV smell and look fresher. Start off by taking your cushion covers off the foam and washing them as per the directions on the cushion label. Dry out your cushions by placing them flat on a sheet in your garden or driveway. Adding some fresh smelling softner is a great way to get rid of any stale smells. Then sprinkle baking soda generously one side of the cushion and leave them for a few hours in the sun. Then flip your cushions and do the same…
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How to get a better night’s sleep on your boat

Hardware, Industrial and Manufacturing
[caption id="attachment_5086" align="alignleft" width="300"] white bedroom motor yacht, close up[/caption] Getting a good night’s sleep on a boat is even more important than when you are at home. Out at sea, or on holiday, a restful night can make all the difference. Unfortunately, most boat’s come with a boat mattress and cushions that lack any semblance of comfort, which all but disappears given enough time. However, which just four simple changes, you can significantly increase comfort levels. Mattress The first step is to change the boat mattress. The dimensions will not be a standard size, so measure the platform and order something slightly bigger to account for the odd dimensions. According to The Foam Factory, all you need to install a foam mattress yourself is a sharp carving/serrated knife or…
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Making RV bedding more comfortable

Making RV bedding more comfortable

Hardware, Industrial and Manufacturing
A Recreational vehicle is the best way to enjoy the open road. It is essentially a house on wheels and has the space and storage for everything you will need on a long journey. However, this means that there are some trade-offs, with your fold-out bed not the most comfortable for a good night’s sleep. Here are some things you can do to make your RV bedding more comfortable: Padding The standard RV cushions that are part of a converting bed are thin and hard on your back. The quickest and most inexpensive method of improving comfort levels is to add some form of padding. We still need to take the amount of space into consideration when padding, so look at mattress pads, which are thick but still offer additional…
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Three point checklist on how to choose an RV mattress

Three point checklist on how to choose an RV mattress

Hardware, Industrial and Manufacturing
Written by The Foam Factory Buying a mattress for your RV can be a difficult choice. If you buy an incorrectly sized mattress, the chances are that you will not be able to fold your mattress away, leaving your RV space unusable. Here are a few areas to look into when choosing an RV mattress. What RV mattress size do you need – Some RV’s are fitted with standard RV sized beds, and therefore you can visit a mattress store that specializes in RV bedding and buy a mattress from the store. However, if you have an RV that has a custom made bed, you will have to take your RV to the store for a professional to measure your bedding. What should be the cut style? – Some RV mattresses…
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Care for Your Boat Cushions with These Tips

Goods and Services, Industrial and Manufacturing
As every sailor knows, mildew is a constant struggle when you've got fabric on your boat. Mildew, which is really just mold in fabric, occurs when there is a damp, dark, and musty area for it to grow. To help prevent mildew growth, you should always dry and store your boat cushions when they are not in use. In addition to proper storage, you can use these tips to help clean and care for your cushions to extend their lifespan. The dryfast foam used in marine seating is designed to minimize how damp the cushion will get, and it is antimicrobial by nature to further reduce the chance of any growth. However, if mildew does set in your cushion, you have two options. Attempt to clean it well enough to…
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