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How To Get A Spring Back Into A Trundle Bed?

How Do I Get A Spring Back Into A Trundle Bed?

A trundle bed can double as an extra bed or as storage space. The springs that provide the support are hidden under the mattress, and over time they can wear out. Removing the mattress and replacing the spring can solve this problem, but how do you get the trundle bed back on the bed? In this blog post, we’ll show you how to get those springs back into place.

What is a Trundle Bed?

A trundle bed is a type of bed that is easy to move. It usually consists of a bed frame that sits on top of two wheels, which allows it to slide easily.

There is also a mattress that can fit on top of the frame. Some trundle beds have storage space built into them, allowing you to store bedding, clothes, and other items.

How Do I Get A Spring Back Into A Trundle Bed?

If your trundle bed has lost its spring, there are a few things you can do to get it back. First, check the mattress to see if it is the cause of the problem. If the mattress is sagging, it may be time to replace it. If the mattress is not the problem, then you will need to check the springs. There may be a spring that has come loose or broken. You can try to repair the spring, but it may be best to replace it.

If your trundle bed is starting to sag in the middle, it’s probably time to add a little extra support. There are a few ways you can do this, but the most common is to add a spring. This will help to evenly distribute the weight of the mattress and keep the bed from sagging.

Tools and Materials Needed

Assuming you have a trundle bed with springs:

First, you’ll need to gather a few tools. You’ll need a screwdriver, a hammer, and some pliers. You’ll also need a few replacement parts, including springs and screws. You can get these at a hardware store.

Once you have your tools and materials, you’re ready to start fixing your trundle bed. First, use the screwdriver to remove the screws that hold the spring in place. Then, use the hammer to gently tap the spring back into place. Finally, use the pliers to tighten the screws.


Once your old trundle bed has been de-springed, you can put it back up and running in no time. We hope this post has been helpful! If you’ve run into trouble and need some help, please let me know in the comments below. I hope to hear from you!