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Any luck finding the mattress pads?
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Also try eco thrift at Greenback and San Juan.
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I have seen them in thrift stores.. You might try THRIFT WORLD at Marconi and FairOaks Blvd.
Carmichael. Or Desert........on Auburn Blvd............
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This may be an odd request, but I'm stymied. I'm looking for an inexpensive source of old mattress pads. Doesn't matter what size or condition. I'm going to cut them up to make potholders, placemats for my dog, cageliners for my rats cages and waterproof pads for my mother and grandmothers beds and chairs. I'm guessing thrift shops won't carry them, but I'm going to check just to be sure. Any suggestions?