May 15, 2011 1:19am CST
My bed right now the first time I bought it was perfect! It had strong pillars and wide middle part (the part that holds the foam). It didn’t make any sound even if I jumped on top of it or I wiggle too much. But lately I discovered the thing that I feared the most about my bed, it is now creaking every turn, every nudge it makes this eerie noise that makes me want to just sleep on the floor. So I made some adjustments, gotten some steel wires and fitted those wires in the corners of the bed to strengthen the areas that loses its grip on the main posts but this is temporary and I need to solve it before it’s too late. I need a new bed ASAP and budget is tight.
17 May 11
That's the problem with beds once it gets past certain years of sleeping on it. IF u don't want to experience such problems, either get a very good bed and frame from a good international company, or buy one without the frames. I personally prefer beds without frames or post because it seems bigger due to the wide space available. Beds with frames seem too much of a fantasy to me.
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15 May 11
Creaky beds are one of those things that have bugged me all my life. Every time you want some exercise on the bed without the kids hearing - creak, creak, creak! You seem to have worked hard to no avail. But your post intrigues me - "before it's too late" - for what?