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Message posted by Jinty1505/11/2019 at 2:08pm
Outfit:  Swift Island Jura Caravan 2011     Location:  Larbert. Scotland.
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we have a swift island jura 2 berth and use the couches as single beds, however we got fed up making up the beds so now have our mattress toppers and quilts etc on permenantly and i have made a fleece cover to go on top and fleece pillow slips so now all we have to do is take the back cushions off, turn down the cover and pull the pillows out of the pillow slips which is easier for our ageing backs than digging the bedding out from under the seats.




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Message posted by Jofang05/11/2019 at 2:15pm
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Good idea. I've picked up the concept of a mattress topper for the side seats from this forum. We bought a king sized one for our bed at home some time ago, but we both get too hot using the foam one, so I've identified a woollen one on the internet that 'breathes' and should hopefully be fine. If so I shall buy for the caravan too.

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