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Old 01-09-2014, 12:04 PM   #51
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Thanks Fran--- I know can get cushion foam there... question is, do they selll memoryfoam? hey, you are back from the land of the penguin!
Not sure if they have memory foam but lots of cushion foam for sure..maybe some new stuff too...

Great trip to Antarctica - super good weather and didn't get stuck in the ice! Spectacular place!
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Old 01-09-2014, 12:12 PM   #52
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....is that your Escape fiver I see there in the background? Oh, no, it's a boat. Regardless, Wow, great picture!
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Old 01-09-2014, 09:21 PM   #53
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Great trip to Antarctica - super good weather and didn't get stuck in the ice! Spectacular place!
And, an 'EL of a memory! ... green with jealously here
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Speaking of cushions, and buying on line, wondering is there some source of memory foam that can be shaped to fit in a car passenger seat so the passenger is "nested" from neck to knee when in the car? Because of body issues, her back, age, etc., dear one cannot sit comfortably for longer than an hour or two. I thought about trying out that memory foam for a bed - cutting it to fit on top of a car seat, but that would be a very very expensive experiment.

Using big pillows is an option I guess, but....

Buying raw, thick foam on line seems the cheapest way to go, if there's a supplier willing to sell only what one needs. Yet now I'm reading alarms warning of cheap knock-off memory foams.
This might be worth looking at, didn't saw how thick you want it.
Dream Serenity Memory Foam 1.5" Comfort Topper, Multiple Sizes: Furniture : Walmart.com

$40 for twin size isn't bad, well rated whatever that's worth.
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I thought I would just throw this out there on what I did to fight under mattress condensation problems.
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What exactly is it?
Does it emit any off-gassing odor? Are both sides ridged or is the bottom side flat?
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The panel are held in place with small 7/8" inch black dry wall screw you can hardly see them after they are installed. What I like about these titles are they are un compressible and that will help Guarantee an air flow under the mattress. The cost of the tiles was $120 dollars and it took me two hours to install them. And yes the door access under the mattress still opens.
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The titles are made out of hard plastic and have very little smell to them. I expect the smell to totally go away in a very short amount. These tiles are used in wet areas to give you a safe dry floor to walk on.
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