Buying Junior Bed - Mattress

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  1. Wobbles

    Wobbles BnB Co-Founder ~ Retired

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    So I have a choice of foam or sprung mattress for £20 more!

    Any cons for the foam mattress girls?

    I know early but when I go on MAT leave I'll be swapping the rooms over and decorating so I'm buying ready :blush:
     
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    oOKayOo Well-Known Member

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    I have a foam and spring mattress in one :lol:

    One side is for when they are potty training so if accidents do happen its easy to clean and its foam and the other side is spring !
     
  3. Wobbles

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    So foam is easier to clean for potty training?

    my cot matress is a double 'I think' both sides are diff textures! Can you get covers to help cleaning?

    Actually it says this for the foam -

    Sprung one just says removable cover!

    Totally lost!

    What about the comfort facter?
     
  4. xXhayleyXx

    xXhayleyXx Happy mummy of 6 :)

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    comfort factor i would def say sprung rather than foam x
     
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    [​IMG]

    Here is what it looks like , this is the foam layer , its wipe clean no cover needed and you can see the purple star side is the springy side.

    She seems pretty comfortable had no problems and i find it comfortable too.
    Anyway just a different option ;)
     
  7. Wobbles

    Wobbles BnB Co-Founder ~ Retired

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    When does the training come in :lol: Must be able to buy 'toppers' for that point. I like that idea!
     
  8. Arcanegirl

    Arcanegirl Bazinga!!

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    own opinion, foam ones are noo good for older babies/toddlers as they would get compressed with the weight and just become flat.
    Id go with a sprung one.
     

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