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Are blankets moving down an issue? 1 month 4 days ago #1599

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Hello Andrew,

I was wondering if the blanket tends to move down when using a 5 degree incline? - If yes, would a higher footend of the bed make sense to stop the blanket?
I'm asking because I'm having a bed built and generally prefer not to have a high footend. However if it stops the blanket from moving/falling down, I will have it built higher.

Thank you for your opinion on this!
Peter

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Are blankets moving down an issue? 3 weeks 6 days ago #1600

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Not much of a problem with blankets because they resist slipping due to friction. A footboard would help prevent the mattress from slipping, but does not need to be higher than the mattress to work.
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Are blankets moving down an issue? 3 weeks 5 days ago #1601

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Thank you, Andrew.
And one more question:
Would using "rollable slats" work out with a 5,5 degree angle? Or will it slide down?
www.dormiente.com/en/products/slatted-be...up-slat-massive.html

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