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Mattresses at colleges and universities have a reputation for being a bit uncomfortable. A extra long twin foam mattress pad along will help to make sleeping in your new bed a little easier. The most popular type of mattress pad is an egg-crate foam pad. All mattress pads are not created equal! The type of foam used to create mattress pads can have very different densities. The higher the density of the foam, the longer the mattress pad will last. A high-density mattress pad can last you all four years of college, where a low-density pad may only last you one semester. If you're really serious about making your bed at school as comfortable as possible try using a foam mattress pad and a fitted bed pad (both extra-long twin). This will make your bed extra cozy!
Check out the suggestion about extra long twin sheets too. Just like with sheets, it is a good idea to get an extra long twin mattress pad even if your school has standard bedding sizes. Most colleges and universities use extra long bedding. If you buy standard bedding now and decide to transfer to another school the chances are very good that you will have to buy extra long bedding at that point any way. Perhaps we're just lazy, or maybe you have more money than us (very likely), but we think that it's a good idea to buy big first. Remember, extra long bedding will fit a standard twin mattress, but standard twin bedding will NOT fit an extra long mattress.
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