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Afternoon,

I've never really noticed it before, but when the weather is getting colder and the big duvet is in the van in the morning there can be a bit of condensation under the RnR bed cushions.

I've got a bluebird bed, which has solid wooden panels fixed to the frames. Surely I'd be better off taking them off and putting slats on, like a normal bed? Or drill an even set of holes through all the panels. It could air then, and would be lighter...

Have people had the same issues/ fixes?
 

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Drilled and cut holes in the 'light' mdf I used for just that reason..as in photos

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The silicone on the seat part is to stop the cushion moving about..:)
 

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Never replied to this…only just realised! Nice one del boy, with the weather a little nicer I'm gonna get out there and sort this this week :)
 

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Always pleased to help a Forum member..:)...bring on the Sun
 
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