by Dylan Bowen May 09, 2022 2 min read
The straight answer will be no. This is because a full mattress is twice the width of a regular twin bed frame. If you were trying to force a full mattress into a twin bed frame you will most likely break the bed frame or the twin mattress will be bent and no longer go back into a flat position anymore. As a result, it may not be usable in any bed frames. On the off chance it can go back into position, it may take a while and you may be better off buying a new mattress and selling the damaged full mattress to someone else for materials.
A twin XL mattress is 38 inches in width and 80 inches long. Compared to a full mattress it is 54 inches in width and 75 inches long. A twin XL is 5 inches longer than a full mattress. But the full mattress is 16 inches wider than a normal twin XL. If you are planning on buying a mattress that can accommodate more than 1 person, then the full-size mattress is the option you should go for. However, if you need a longer mattress since you’re a taller person then a twin xl is the best option to go for.
This is because they need to buy beds that are long enough to handle students over the height of 6 feet. If the students do not fit in the bed they will need to spend more money than they have to in order to compensate for the taller students, it would save time and money to buy twin xl beds to save time and management of the students that need a longer bed to compensate for the taller students that are over 6 foot.
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