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 Beds From the 1800s?

Answer If you're feeling conflicted about choosing a new bed and can't decide between a Sleep Number, all-foam, pillow-top or other fancy mattress type -- pity your ancestors. They didn't have to decide a... Read More »
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Do you need a box spring when you convert bunk beds to twin beds?

On One Hand: Mattresses Need SupportMattresses do need some type of foundation; however, that foundation does not have to be a so-called "box spring." According to Consumer Reports, "there's nothin... Read More »
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Are rails for queen size beds&full beds the same?

Rails for queen and full-size beds are different sizes. However, rails for twin and full-size beds are the same. You can purchase a converter set that will allow you to change your full-size rails ... Read More »
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Which one do you prefer water beds or regular beds?

regular............................> yes regular beds
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Are stand up tanning beds better than the lay down beds?

On One Hand: They Take Less TimeA stand-up tanning bed may require less time, usually 10 minutes of tanning compared to 20 minutes from a normal tanning bed. It may also be easier on people who are... Read More »
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