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Where can i buy a (cheap) junior matress

(6 Posts)
fairyfly Mon 25-Apr-05 19:41:45

and are they really all around £200, because thats all i can seem to find

aaliyahsmum Mon 25-Apr-05 19:45:27

my dds matress came from index and they start at bout £20 just depends what sort you want she has a foam one but they do others if not have u looked on mothercare web site

Furball Mon 25-Apr-05 19:48:07

When you say junior matress - do you mean one for a junior bed?

fairyfly Mon 25-Apr-05 19:50:07

yes for a junior bed furball, are they usually a universal size? I hope so.

Thanks Aal, will look

kid Mon 25-Apr-05 19:52:38

Not sure if the Junior bed is the same size as a cot bed. Ds has a cot bed and the matress cost £50 from Mothercare.

pixel Tue 26-Apr-05 00:12:45

We've got a lovely one from BabiesRus for about £50. It's fully sprung with striped cotton on one side and waterproofed on the other. We've had it a couple of years (so price might have gone up a bit)but it is still as good as new, even though I sometimes curl up on it with ds, and dh (no lightweight!)sits on it to read bedtime stories. It felt like a lot of money at the time compared with the foam ones but has been so worth it.

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