Best Queen Air Mattress
queen air mattress are a great and economical way to make guests comfortable even in a small space or to use as a little luxury when camping. They are cheap and, without air, take up little space. However, they can be prone to popping or have holes large leaks, which can cause them to drain when used. Finding a pinhole leak on a queen air mattress just takes a few readily available household items and a little detective work.
Blow up mattress in its full point. Sometimes you find the leak by listening for a whistle as the air escapes, or by running your hand along the mattress to feel for a stream of air. Fill the spray bottle with warm water and a few squirts of liquid dish soap. Shake gently to mix, and then spray the queen air mattress with a soap solution.
Look for small bubbles form on the surface and seams. This should be the source of the leak. Peel apart, if possible, the layers of facial tissue, so that you have the thinnest tissue possible. Systematically add tissue in areas of air bed and look at the tissue to “blow” is carried by an air stream from the holes leak.