My water bed leaked and was damaged so its now been disposed of.I donated most of the good timber but had to throw out the damaged timber responsibly. I thought about those air beds with built in air pump.I need a queen size bed.I looked around online.Prices for them at the moment around $150.I read the reviews too.I'm tempted.
Has anyone used the air beds as a spare bed for guests or even for themselves as a cheaper alternative to used beds and mattresses? In my case it would be a long term use. I could do it the old fashioned way buying a real bed mattress and putting it on the floor.I did tat years ago.Very low bed.
Would appreciate some suggestions.I'm on a limited budget of about $150 plus.I'm still saving up slowly.
when we packed up the house to move I slept on an airmatress for a few weeks... it was comfortable enough... you just have to be careful of sharp objects like rings, earring, watch bands etc doing accidental damage
I heard about that loan.I had started saving money when a local butcher started delivery services earlier this year.I added other foods to my intake so I saved money there to so I use the savings to put toward another bed.I even thought about buying a new mattress and putting it on the floor. The charity shops dont have beds for sale just Salvos have new mattresses.
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