When a truck bed is in the air, what do you do?
If you find yourself in a situation where a truck is in an air bed and you have to use the bed slats to prevent the bed from collapsing, you may want to consider an air mattress.
Air mattresses can be bought in bulk and as a kit or bundled with a bed, allowing you to store them for extended periods of time.
Air mattress manufacturers use a type of foam which allows them to expand and contract the mattress at will, as well as absorb and retain moisture, allowing them to last for many months without any significant wear.
If you have an airbed and want to add a mattress to it, check the manufacturer’s product specifications and make sure it complies with your needs.
For example, some manufacturers have air mattress specifications that state the mattress must be at least 20mm thick, and have a minimum height of 30cm.
If your mattress is 30mm thick and is already in a bed slat, it may not be the best option.
If your mattress has a wider height than that, you might want to find out what the manufacturer is saying about the maximum thickness of the mattress before making any changes to your mattress.