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Old 02-25-2018, 10:36 AM   #1
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Dinner table/ bed issue

Good day all. So I am trying to figure out a solution to my issue in regards to the dinne bed. We have a u-shape dinner table and when we have someone sleeping on it, during the night it seems that the cushions come apart. The person ends up either on the floor or in middle. The table has nothing to lock into ones lowered to make the bed so it slides. We put Velcro’s on the cushions to help hold them together and use a fitted sheet to try and keep it all together but it still moves. Any thoughts on how to keep it from moving?
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Old 02-25-2018, 11:12 AM   #2
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We used a looong piece of Velcro OneWrap to hold a couple of the cushions together.

But better than that- we just put an air mattress on top of it all and sleep people on that.
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We used Velcro on the small piece to keep it together and that seems to work for that but still doesn’t prevent the other cushions from slipping. The air mattress seems like a little inconvience to blow up every night. But thank you for your input
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