We bought memory foam for our TAB and only used it 2 years until someone said that they found their's frozen when they returned to their trailer that was in storage one winter. I looked at our rolled up (a queen size piece that I cut in 2 pieces and one each stored, rolled up and ball bungeed, under each dinette seat) one winter day and also found OURS frozen! so it showed me that alot of moisture was in that "memory" foam.
I immediately took them out and bought a regular foam queen mattress from Walmart. I bought their most expensive one with little squares and swirles and it was so much better then the memory foam.I cut that one in 2 pieces also.
The memory foam collapsed and sprung back up but what good was it while one was sleeping on it? it was flat! The new mattress has lasted us clear through our TAB days and our TADA days and we are still using those 2 pieces in our Lance trailer. I enclosed these 2 pieces into two large cases made from twin sheets. If cut in two pieces you can easily roll them up and bungee them and store them under the couch, provided you have the couch fold over mod, if not you can still tuck them under the dinette seats. We also stored our boards for that bed mod there too. "Just sharing is all." Terry
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "RichardL" <merliniac@...> wrote:
> I believe that someone used memory foam to replace the 4" standard foam in the seat cushions. Does anyone who has done that conversion have suggestions on a source for 4" memory foam?
> We are currently using a 2" memory foam topper on top of the cushions but we have the problem of where to put our rolled up memory foam in the daytime.
> Richard of Riverside