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RV Mattress Topper Guide


RV MattressSo, you just bought a brand-new RV or you have been using your RV mattress for a while and now have had a few sleepless nights. Most RV’s don’t come with the best mattress while some do offer upgrades at an added cost, you might be starting to wondering if using your current RV mattress is going to be the best for you and getting a quality night’s sleep. With RV mattresses generally being rather expensive to get due to the costume sizing of most RV’s the best option for you might be getting a new RV mattress topper.

 

A RV mattress topper will be able to help add comfort and support to your existing mattress without all the added cost of getting a mattress. So here is a list of the most common sizes and information about getting a new RV Mattress Topper.

When you are shopping for a new RV mattress topper the first thing you are going to have to do is figure out the current size of your RV mattress. The most common bed size for a RV is the Short Queen. Which normally measure 60”x75” why they call it a short queen is because it is 5” smaller than a standard queen that you will find in your bedroom which measures 60”x80”. This is due to the constraints and sizing of the bedrooms inside a RV, like the position of the toilet and other Furniture inside the RV.

 

Most if not all of the sleeping areas in your RV are going to have a unique sleeping area with different sizing from bunks to beds. So, it is very important to know when shopping the length and width of the area you a looking to put the mattress topper in. 

Here you can see that there is a lot of different options to look at for sizing we offer all of these sizing’s as standard. Depending of your RV there might be more variations of sizing. So, if you measured your mattress and you don’t find a variation of it here you can always contact us with you sizing and we can cut it for you to fit your mattress.

 

RV Mattress Sizes

 

 

RV Graphite Mattress Topper 

Three Quarter Size: 48" x 75"

RV Full: 53" x 75"

Short Queen: 60" x 75"

RV Queen: 60" x 80"

Olympic Queen: 66" x 80"

RV King: 72" x 75"

RV King: 72" x 80"

Cal King: 72" x 84"

Eastern King: 76" x 80

RV Bunk: 28" x 75"

RV Bunk: 30" x 75"

RV Bunk: 30" x 80"

RV Bunk: 34" x 75"

RV Bunk: 35" x 79"

RV Twin: 38" x 75"

RV Twin: 38" x 80

RV Bunk: 42" x 80"

RV Copper Mattress Topper 

Three Quarter Size: 48" x 75"

RV Full: 53" x 75"

Short Queen: 60" x 75"

RV Queen: 60" x 80"

Olympic Queen: 66" x 80"

RV King: 72" x 75"

RV King: 72" x 80"

Cal King: 72" x 84"

Eastern King: 76" x 80

RV Bunk: 28" x 75"

RV Bunk: 30" x 75"

RV Bunk: 30" x 80"

RV Bunk: 34" x 75"

RV Bunk: 35" x 79"

RV Twin: 38" x 75"

RV Twin: 38" x 80

RV Bunk: 42" x 80"

RV Double Sided Mattress Topper

Three Quarter Size: 48" x 75"

RV Full: 53" x 75"

Short Queen: 60" x 75"

RV Queen: 60" x 80"

Olympic Queen: 66" x 80"

RV King: 72" x 75"

RV King: 72" x 80"

Cal King: 72" x 84"

Eastern King: 76" x 80

RV Bunk: 28" x 75"

RV Bunk: 30" x 75"

RV Bunk: 30" x 80"

RV Bunk: 34" x 75"

RV Bunk: 35" x 79"

RV Twin: 38" x 75"

RV Twin: 38" x 80

RV Bunk: 42" x 80"

 

( Please note the RV Queen Cal King and Eastern King is the same as a Standard sized mattress.) 

 

Now that you know the size of the mattress it is time to decided what mattress topper is going to be best. There are tons of variations of foams and latex and that all come in different densities. There are 3 things to look out for when shopping for a mattress topper and that is where it is made, the density of the foam and the cooling options that it has.

 

I would recommend staying away from most imported foams and latex that is made in China, Chinese made memory foam is cheap, low quality and tend to have a lot of off gassing nor do they follow the same guidelines as America made memory foam.

 

Density Also is important when deciding what type of memory foam to use. Good quality memory foam is going to be a 3lb density or higher anything less isn’t going to provide the needed support or durability for a mattress topper.

 

Most memory foam now offers some sort of cooling if a mattress topper is made of memory foam it tends to run hot. Latex on the other hand tends to run cool and doesn’t need cooling like memory foam does. Latex lacks in support and has a tendency of causing back pain since Latex can be very springy. 

 

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