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Old 12-14-2016, 12:45 AM   #21
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One suggestion that we did when we had a pop-up. I used it for hunting in cold weather, I put a 1" sheet of Styrofoam under the slideout beds and it made all the difference in the world. No more body heat lost out the bottom of the bed.
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Old 12-14-2016, 06:30 AM   #22
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What we have done when we had our popup we used a electric blanket under our sleeping bag to prevent the cold from the bunk
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Old 02-12-2017, 03:06 PM   #23
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[QxUOTE=bareftn;1381188]What we have done when we had our popup we used a electric blanket under our sleeping bag to prevent the cold from the bunk[/QUOTE]

We love winter camping, too. Don't go near as much as we would like. Anyway, all great ideas. We do the reflectix in windows and gizmos on top of canvas. I also cut and taped reflectix and placed under the mattresses. It helps against heat loss when we use the heated mattresses. Furnace set at 55 and use an electric heater. I Don't use the propane heater inside. I know, ones like mr buddy and such, are supposed to be safe, and a ton of people use them, but I can't do it. I dated a girl years ago, and her brother and finance died after using a propane heater inside their tent of carbon monoxide poisoning.(no idea what heater they used). Anyway, I won't take that chance with my family.

As others have said just use some common sense, and crack the vents a bit, and you will be fine. Enjoy.
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