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How to keep sleeping areas from getting soiled

Gigi
Day-tripper

Hi!  We're new to Outdoorsy and just listed our Class C RV.  We are having a debate regarding supplying linen and making sure the sleeping areas stay clean.  How do you prepare or keep the bunk sleeping area mattress or dining area sleepers from getting soiled by renters?  The bedroom mattress is easy as we have a plastic mattress cover and mattress pad.  When we use the bunk or dining area for sleeping, we sleep on top of comforters and/or use sleeping bags & linen.  But we're concerned about renters having an "accident", spilling liquids, etc.  Any suggestions? Should we provide additional mattress pads for those areas?  Thanks!

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mdefendis
Day-tripper

We're using waterproof mattress pads that with the water barrier which is important to make sure the mattress pad says it has the water barrier (or whatever term they label it) for the bunks we're using what I call chucks pads which are medical grade waterproof pads that are reusable you can find them online, you can layer them up on the bunks as well. Just what we've chosen to use! 

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mdefendis
Day-tripper

We're using waterproof mattress pads that with the water barrier which is important to make sure the mattress pad says it has the water barrier (or whatever term they label it) for the bunks we're using what I call chucks pads which are medical grade waterproof pads that are reusable you can find them online, you can layer them up on the bunks as well. Just what we've chosen to use! 

HearthFire_RV
Day-tripper II

ditto the water proof mattress cover! we offer linens as an add on but the mattress cover is there for every trip. Its also about fabric cleaning. we use that Tide fabric spray on all fabric surfaces between rentals.