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#1 of 4 Old 04-29-2009, 02:03 PM - Thread Starter
 
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We just bought a twin-sized bed for DS (mattress, box spring, and frame). I don't want to put a dust ruffle over the box springs due to dog hair issues. Does anyone just cover it with a fitted sheet instead? Is there another obvious alternative I'm missing, aside from not covering it at all?

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I just covered ours with a fitted sheet and it looks good.

I had originally thought about getting fabric and stapling it to the frame. That would have worked but I found a cheap sheet that coordinated with the bedding and it was an easier option.

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The fitted sheet works well for us also. I use it to keep the boxsprings mostly fur free.
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yup...we use a fitted sheet too. its a nice tailored look, can clean(er) alternative to the bed skirt

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