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    janmaclean
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    Plywood under bed

    I was wondering if there is a solution to the problem I have with the splinters we get when we make our bed and run our fingers along the edge of the plywood. The sheets and blankets get hung up also I am just waiting to rip a hole in them because of the rough edges. We have a 303 model so I'm not sure if all models have this problem. Hope someone has a good idea.

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    You could pick up a couple vinyl corner strips and fasten to edge

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    And get some inexpensive self-stick vinyl floor tiles and cover the plywood.
    Makes the mattress easier to slide forward and back to get the fitted sheet on.

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    Or you could just sand the edges of the plywood. Dirtier but free option.
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    I agree. Just sand it. I sanded ours, and no more snags.

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    You could even duct tape the edges.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiSmuggs View Post
    You could even duct tape the edges.
    x2 Beat me to it.

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