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Old 05-15-2007, 08:01 PM   #1
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Making the bed in the kitchen

We now have our '07 25 ccd FB, and love it! But, we can't for the life of us figure out how to make the bed that goes over the folding table. Is there a trick to putting the cushions in a certain way, or is it just not meant to be a perfect rectangle over the table? This may be a tough question to answer in writing, but I'd welcome any tips.
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This may not be the same as yours but should give you the idea. The back cushions are put on the table next to the seat cushions. Does the picture help? I have not tried to put sheets over the cushions but have laid out the sleeping bags. You could use an rv sleep system with the velcro in sheets over the top, such as Hacksack Leisure Industries or Travasak http://www.campingworld.com/browse/products/index.cfm/Outdoor-and-RV-Accessories/Bed--Home/Travasak-Sleep-System--Twin/deptID=4rodID=6206:src=FPC. I think a twin there and a twin on the pullout lounge would work nicely, (also use the back cushion next to the seat cushion to make the bed.)
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The cushions fit pretty tight. If it is the same size dinette that is in the Safari 30.. A set of full size sheets works perfect you can tuck any extra.
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Thank you --the picture really helps!
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Carol, You are so knowledgeable. You always have an excellent answer.
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This may not be the same as yours but should give you the idea. The back cushions are put on the table next to the seat cushions. Does the picture help? I have not tried to put sheets over the cushions but have laid out the sleeping bags. You could use an rv sleep system with the velcro in sheets over the top, such as Hacksack Leisure Industries or Travasak Update your RV with the lastest furnishings and appliances. - Camping World. I think a twin there and a twin on the pullout lounge would work nicely, (also use the back cushion next to the seat cushion to make the bed.)
I had the same question. I am traveling back home to Illinois from Arizona and for the life of me I could not figure out the cushions. My grandchildren will be pleased.
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