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    Protecting the floor when sofa bed is used.

    When we opened the sofa bed I voiced a concern about the metal legs pressing upon the flooring if/when bed is used, and possibly marring floor over time. (We have teenage grandkids who travel with us at times)
    I purchased some adhesive backed felt pads and cut them to fit the length of the metal rails. I'm sure others have already figured that out but,if not, just thought I'd share.
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    Ken & Suzi
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    Good idea, I am also going to cut the legs down so the bed lays more flat. Don;t know why they made them the way they did cause it makes the bed lay at an uphill angle.
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