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Classic Brands Xtreme Heavy-Duty Solid Wood Bed Support Slats | Bunkie Board, Twin Classic Brands Xtreme Heavy-Duty Solid Wood Bed Support Slats | Bunkie Board, Twin Classic Brands Xtreme Heavy-Duty Solid Wood Bed Support Slats | Bunkie Board, Twin Classic Brands Xtreme Heavy-Duty Solid Wood Bed Support Slats | Bunkie Board, Twin Classic Brands Xtreme Heavy-Duty Solid Wood Bed Support Slats | Bunkie Board, Twin

Classic Brands Xtreme Heavy-Duty Solid Wood Bed Support Slats | Bunkie Board, Twin

Classic Brands Xtreme Heavy-Duty Solid Wood Bed Support Slats | Bunkie Board, Twin Classic Brands Xtreme Heavy-Duty Solid Wood Bed Support Slats | Bunkie Board, Twin Classic Brands Xtreme Heavy-Duty Solid Wood Bed Support Slats | Bunkie Board, Twin Classic Brands Xtreme Heavy-Duty Solid Wood Bed Support Slats | Bunkie Board, Twin Classic Brands Xtreme Heavy-Duty Solid Wood Bed Support Slats | Bunkie Board, Twin
$ 93.99

Score By Feature

Based on 1,378 ratings
Easy to assemble
8.73
Easy to install
8.28
Sturdiness
7.78
Comfort
7.66
Value for money
7.31
Pain relief
7.09

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Product Description

It features dimensions of 875 W x 72 L x 0 mm. The height of the sculpture is 75"
Take a measurement of the inside width of your bed frame before ordering! The slats are 39" wide. Please watch the video for instructions on how to measure.
It is possible to place the mattress directly on the
A strong wood bed slat from the fastest-growing wooden market in the world Heavy-Duty Wood slats are specifically designed to provide additional support to mattress types of all kinds
Assembly is easier when the pieces are 3" apart
Bunkie boards may be used in place of these boards, and they serve as a perfect support for bunk beds, daybeds, and platform beds. The boards fit into the majority of
Solid Southern Yellow Pine encased in a design of your choice
is not necessary as long as you unroll it and place it inside of your bed frame

Questions & Answers

Would the individual slats need to be disassembled if they were intended to be used with bed slats that have already been nailed on?

It is possible to cut the fabric to which they are attached. In my frame, I inserted them between two other slats in the same way. Although it doesn't look pretty, it works and no one will notice.

Are you able to raise your mattress a little bit?

By just raising it, it will be a bit higher. It gives us added support and comfort and does not affect our height in the slightest I was shocked at how small it was.

Can you tell me where this product is manufactured?

My slat roll is made in the USA, according to the package I received it in.

As of this morning, my queen bed structure is constructed of 3/4-inch thick slats. A single inch of thickness is required for the slats. Can I expect my mattress to be more stable due to this difference?

Ideally, they would have said five quarter 5/4 if they are really one inch. The milled diameter of this piece is one inch. My memory does not recall the slats being a full inch thick

Selected User Reviews For Classic Brands Xtreme Heavy-Duty Solid Wood Bed Support Slats | Bunkie Board, Twin

The width advertised was not what it was supposed to be
3/5

There are usually slabs that are 38" wide and I was excited to find one with slabs that are 39" wide. Unfortunately, no one slab is 39" wide (I measured it) Between 38 1/2" and 38 3/4", each of these is 38 1/2" in length. The problem is that it might not matter so much to some people. It was unusable for me, and it prevented me from using the software. In the event that you need a certain width, I wouldn't count on this product to live up to the expectations. As luck would have it, Amazon is very easy to deal with and will have UPS collect the box.

Forest Conway
Forest Conway
| Feb 07, 2021
This is a perfect fit and a super strong shoe! Thank you for showing me how to measure in the video
5/5

My full size bed was only 53 inches wide when I measured it (I got it from Ikea I think years ago) I thought all full size beds were standard 54 inches wide.

Scarlet Fernandez
Scarlet Fernandez
| Oct 28, 2020
It will be a lot better if you MEASURE first
5/5

BEFORE ORDERING A BED, MEASURE THE FRAME SHAPE! Supporting your bed with this is a good idea. In order for the bed to be closer to the ground (it's for a young child), I needed to remove the box spring. Based on the guidelines, I measured my bed frame as recommended by the company and it fit perfectly! Every single one of them is convincing to me Those who complain about missizing just assumed that their frames were sized wrong In actuality, I assumed I needed a size that was too wide after I measured. I was able to un-do this very easily after measuring. Put it in a box and install it. It's made of solid wood, so I am confident it will offer the bed the support it needs.

Jamir Knight
Jamir Knight
| Feb 22, 2021
Please buy the correct size since some of these are too short and of poor One piece is too short and another is too big, and the size varies from one to the other
3/5

Don't do it.

Alayah Chavez
Alayah Chavez
| Nov 17, 2020
With a little creative thinking, it turned out great
4/5

My daybed is the perfect place to relax. The book has been around for 30 years. The spring frame on my car has never been changed. Recently, I bought a brand new FIRM mattress after undergoing back surgery, but didn't feel it was FIRM at all. The springs I had were old and wore out. Although I was aware that these boards would not fit down in a frame, I had not considered this The photograph shows it laying right on top of it (see below). Thus, when I tried to lay the mattress on it, the whole thing tipped I didn't expect it to work so well. It now feels amazing, and I no longer have low back pain when I stand up after lying.

Oaklyn Little
Oaklyn Little
| Feb 26, 2021
Be sure to have a saw at the ready! In order for the double bed metal frame to fit into a standard double bed, I had to take 1/2 inch off each slat
3/5

They claim 54 inches is a "standard size" but I am not sure where they got that information from. The wood is of nice quality.

Raylan Vega
Raylan Vega
| Feb 01, 2021
Although it worked faster than expected, it was shorter than expected
4/5

Nonetheless, there were some unwelcome surprises to deal with Having boards that did not span the width of my queen bed's frame, I had to make (using wood screws and spare lumber) a lip on my bed frame so that this would rest as I had to provide a lip on which it would rest. My bed looks fine, but I think I could have achieved the same result by simply adding new slats I would like to point out one thing If you are handling these items, wear gloves After dealing with all the splinters for a few hours, I finally got my hands clean.

Lexi Carrillo
Lexi Carrillo
| Dec 14, 2020
This review is in conflict with what other people have said! In view of the comments here, I did not expect anything good
5/5

Although it appeared to fit my ikea twin bed frame, I was surprised. This would be a good choice for 38" extra heavy duty slats (Neiden).

Jasmine Bradley
Jasmine Bradley
| Mar 16, 2021

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