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I have a regular double divan bed. I there any way that I can.............................

(23 Posts)
TrinityRhino Wed 27-Jun-07 15:55:55

fit a bed rail/guard to it. Then I can continue to sleep with Gecko and invite dh back into our bed (for sleeping only )

TrinityRhino Wed 27-Jun-07 15:56:21

bump

TrinityRhino Wed 27-Jun-07 15:57:02

bump

TrinityRhino Wed 27-Jun-07 15:57:36

<rolls off bed and bumps head>

TrinityRhino Wed 27-Jun-07 15:59:41

I know its not a big issue in the grand scheme of thinhgs but BUMPITY FRIGGING BUMP

TrinityRhino Wed 27-Jun-07 16:01:32

<sniff>

TrinityRhino Wed 27-Jun-07 16:02:26

<sob>

uberalice Wed 27-Jun-07 16:05:23

Try IKEA?

TrinityRhino Wed 27-Jun-07 16:06:13

thanks uberalice

MrsFish Wed 27-Jun-07 16:09:04

Yes here you go

iota Wed 27-Jun-07 16:09:13

this Tomy bed guard apparently is suitable for divans http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/tomy-fold-down-soft-bed-rail-child-proof-double-hinge_W0QQitemZ230145836892QQi hZ013QQcategoryZ100987QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

MrsFish Wed 27-Jun-07 16:10:14

Ah... sorry, looks like it only fits single beds

iota Wed 27-Jun-07 16:10:44

aha - have just noticed that it only fits single beds

SugaryBits Wed 27-Jun-07 16:10:59

these?

iota Wed 27-Jun-07 16:11:07

Mrs Fish - there's an echo in here

TrinityRhino Wed 27-Jun-07 16:11:28

thanks guys, they are fab

MrsFish Wed 27-Jun-07 16:11:39

great minds and all that

TrinityRhino Wed 27-Jun-07 16:12:08

lol, you lot are hilarious
shit yes, single beds only bum

LizaRose Wed 27-Jun-07 16:13:22

We pushed our bed up against the wall, dd sleeps between me and wall.

SugaryBits Wed 27-Jun-07 16:16:35

Trinity, the ones on my link look ok for a double

Jomaja Wed 27-Jun-07 16:45:42

Hi, I bought a bedguard and it says it is for a single bed but use it fr a double.
I figured that the only reason it says single is because there is a piece of metal at the end of a bit of fabric which is supposed to hang over and secure the whole thing ut as we lie on it together chances that it falls down/ detaches itself from teh ebd are very slim.
Been using it for ages now (about three months) on a double divan and had no problems, even at inlaws kingsize it was fine. I think it is more important that you look at the mattress size.

I have one from kiddicare but they don't seem to do it anymore but suppose they all work the same way.

TrinityRhino Wed 27-Jun-07 16:55:08

thanks everyone

BikeBug Wed 27-Jun-07 17:01:07

I'm a bit late here, but babydan bedguard! That's what you need. I used it on our double for a few months, and on various beds in holiday cottages. Got it from "safetots" online. It was the only one I could find that was OK for slatted bed bases as well as divans (like you might get on holiday?)

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