Bed restraints on a waterbed?

Contributor: IvyFayette IvyFayette
What type of bed restraints can I use on a water bed? It would be difficult and expensive to drain and refill the mattress for under the bed restraints and there isn't much to tie things to...
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Contributor: featherhead featherhead
I don't have a water bed, but I imagine you'd need to use under the bed restraints. You could probably bolt something to the floor to attach restraints too, but that's pretty extreme. What about the side of the bed? is it in a wood frame that you could bolt an attachment to? You'd have to be careful to not go through and destroy your water bed though. Good luck!
01/02/2013
Contributor: ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
What you need is a "D" ring with a strap for mounting, something like this-


Use wood screws to attach it to the inside of the waterbed frame, I would mount it down low towards the bottom so it is out of the way. All you will need then is a restraint that some kind of clasp can be used to attach it with.
01/02/2013
Contributor: IvyFayette IvyFayette
Thanks for the info. I'll definitely have to have my bf install those into the wooden frame. Would hardware shops have the d-ring or would I have to special order them?
01/03/2013
Contributor: ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
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Originally posted by IvyFayette
Thanks for the info. I'll definitely have to have my bf install those into the wooden frame. Would hardware shops have the d-ring or would I have to special order them?
Home Depot, Lowes, Ace Hardware or pretty much any home improvement store will have them. I have seen them at 'Wally World' as well.
01/05/2013
Contributor: nikki0668 nikki0668
Thanks for the great info! I will have to check into getting some "D" rings.
01/05/2013
Contributor: Ayogirl230 Ayogirl230
ohh good q. i never thought about how that would work with a water bed. once you figure it out, i bet its awesome tho!
05/31/2013
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