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Creative Bath Products Adjustable Bed Risers

Elevate your bed three, five or eight inches with these adjustable bed risers. It's the perfect way to raise your bedskirt off the floor, or instantly create additional under bed storage space. You can also enjoy the benefits of an elevated bed in a room with a television or windows, as you'll have a better view of everything surrounding your bed. The bed leg or caster fits securely into the recessed cup built into each bed riser.
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Questions & Answers for Creative Bath Products Adjustable Bed Risers

Question

on the bed risers how many come in a box and the price for all four

How many risers come in a box and price for the four
asked 3 years, 5 months ago
By
NanniaMama16
 - Gainesville,Tx
on Adjustable Bed Risers
8 answers
Answers
answer 1
FOUR each: 3" and 5" (stackable, to achieve 8" higher). Strong and durable.
You get everything you need in one box.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
By
cimarronshopper
 - Heartland
answer 2
you get 4 large and 4 small...in one box for one bed yu need just one box then yu can adjust the props for how high by stacking them on top...if yu have more than four legs for your matress support yu need two boxes
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
MamiKari
 - ND
answer 3
4 come in a box. And it was 11.99 when I ordered. You get the option for 3 inches, 5 inches and 8 inches. ALL of those are in the box.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
Anubis82
answer 4
there are 4 of the 3 inch & 4 of the 5 inch the 3 inch & 5 inch can be stacked if desired. so you can raise the bed either 3, 5 or 8 inches. I paid a bit over $12.00 including sales tax for my state. hope this helps
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
midgesmom
answer 5
One box held 8 individual riser pieces - 4 risers that were 5" tall and 4 risers that were 3" tall. I used all 8 because you can slide the 3" riser onto the 5" riser to make an 8" riser. Otherwise, I suppose you could raise two different beds (one by 3" and one by 5")
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
Meejo76
 - Minneapolis, MN
answer 6
There are 8 in a box. You can use them 4 at a time for 2 different heights or combine them to make the height the maximum size
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
Music4theparty
 - Indiana
answer 7
8 bed risers (4 large & 4 small)
unit price $11.99
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
dance0415
 - Florida
answer 8
There are eight in the box I ordered. You get four of the shorter size and four of the taller size. I used the smaller ones on the kid's bed and the bigger ones on our bed so both beds ended up with storage room. Yay!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
By
Chicknbits
 - IN
Question

what are the risers made out of? plastic? do they break?

asked 11 months ago
By
e
on Adjustable Bed Risers
8 answers
Answers
answer 1
They are made out of plastic, but seem to be very durable. I wouldn't exceed the weight limit, and I wouldn't jump on the piece of furniture placed on the risers.
answered 7 months ago
By
DrDtMM
answer 2
there a hard plastic, ive been using them for 2 weeks and they havent broke
answered 10 months ago
By
ghostgirl811
answer 3
Plastic, Yes break No. This is my second bed to use them.
answered 10 months ago
By
LaFont
answer 4
hard plastic and don't know if they will break
answered 10 months ago
By
shortbed5
answer 5
They are plastic, but are holding my extremely heavy table and have not cracked or broken.
answered 10 months ago
By
savinggrc
answer 6
Some sort of very hard plastic. VERY VERY sturdy. Have not broken in the 6 weeks we've had them despite several kids napping on the bed at once and a few bouncing (that was quickly discontinued when I caught them).
answered 11 months ago
By
HomeschoolMilitaryMom
answer 7
In my opinion as I own these, it would be extremely hard to break them. They are a very thick grade of plastic, and I mean thick. They are sturdy even when rising to the maximum.

It is a good product, more than expected for the price.

Hope this helps.
answered 11 months ago
By
Frazier2003
answer 8
It is some kind of composite material. Strong.
answered 11 months ago
By
noebug
Question

Will these risers support a California King bed?

Need to lift an older California King bedframe. Will these risers give enough support for the weight?
asked 3 years, 1 month ago
By
catsrockforus
on Adjustable Bed Risers
8 answers
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answer 1
It should, we have a regular King Size Bed, we just had to order 2 sets of risers because on a metal king frame there are also 2 middle posts. Just keep the wheels on the frame and lock them, then put the risers under the bed this should spread the weight evenly because if you don't then common sense would be that the pointy metal legs would push through if you don't keep the wheels on. We used the extra risers to elevate my sons bed, 3in at one end and 5in at the other because he has breathing problems.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
By
MayTrmpt80
 - Salt Lake City
answer 2
My bed is a queen, but hubbie and I are both XL folks, and have used ours over a year. IF that is helpful for you...
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
By
cimarronshopper
 - Heartland
answer 3
I don't believe so, since I used them for my Queen bed and the bed went right through the riser within a day (while we were sleeping, not so fun).
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
By
lilcubnchick
 - Miami, FL
answer 4
Yes it should.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
By
DeathByDizzy
answer 5
yes, they hold 500lbs per riser so if you use all 8 or even just four, it should hold your bed with ease!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
By
loafinaround
 - Knoxville, TN
answer 6
Not from our experience. We tried twice.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
By
Ephesus
answer 7
I wouldn't think they would be sturdy enough for a California King. But, they work great on my full size bed.
answered 3 years ago
By
cookininmo
 - Ironton, Missouri
answer 8
yessss!
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
By
luvwlmrt48
 - Vancleave, MS
Question

will they work for end tables ? thanks

asked 1 year, 1 month ago
By
coll
on Adjustable Bed Risers
8 answers
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answer 1
Yes, the risers will work on an end table as long as the leg does not exceed 3 inches by 3 inches, which is the dimension of the recessed area of the riser.
answered 1 month, 2 weeks ago
By
GuestRoomVisitor
answer 2
Yes, but they might not be very attractive (too large for the application).
answered 7 months ago
By
DrDtMM
answer 3
Yes, but you may want to use the shorter ones.
answered 11 months ago
By
noebug
answer 4
If the end tables have legs, then the risers could easily work to increase the height of the end tables.
answered 1 year ago
By
Vvibesinct
answer 5
I don't know about your end table but it worked for my dresser. It's wonderful.
answered 1 year ago
By
ptquilter48
answer 6
Yes. We are using them for our stand up desks. However note that if you use the full 8" riser that they may stick out beyond the perimeter of your table. Meaning you may not be able to fit the table in a corner tight against the wall as the bases are beyond the edge of the table.
answered 1 year ago
By
SatisfiedCustomer20131
answer 7
Yes, as long as the legs of the end table will fit in the opening of the riser.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
By
Wings54
answer 8
Yes,however you will see them.When used for a bed the skirt covers them.I actually put a table cloth to the floor on my nightstand to cover them and I like the look.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
By
88332211
Question

Would it be safe to use these risers to elevate only the head of the bed?

asked 3 years, 7 months ago
By
an anonymous customer
on Adjustable Bed Risers
7 answers
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answer 1
They are perfectly safe. I have acid reflux and that is exactly what I bought them for. However if your bed frame is smaller that your boxspring, turn your bed around so you don't accidentally sit on the end and have the other end flip up.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
By
bmike
 - WA
answer 2
Absolutely not. Attempting to do so will make the bed unstable, as well as put undue stress on the side rails. If you do this, eventually someone will end up on the floor with either bent or broken side rails and the possibility of a broken box spring. A better solution is to find a large wedge-shaped cushion to elevate your head.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
By
saleofcentury
 - Buckhannon, WV
answer 3
That's how we are using them. We use the 3 inch risers to raise the head of the bed, but we may change to the 5 inch risers.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
By
Buddykat21
 - Media, PA
answer 4
very safe
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
By
morow
 - alabama
answer 5
No
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
By
Coonican
answer 6
No, they are not too stable in the first place.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
By
NewPhilaMan
 - New Phila, OH
answer 7
NO
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
By
nealhd
 - PA
Question

do they work on couchs and matching chair

asked 1 year, 3 months ago
By
dave
on Adjustable Bed Risers
7 answers
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answer 1
YES! Keep in mind that if the couch has more than four legs (some long couches have one or two additional legs in the middle), you will need to buy two sets of the risers for that piece of furniture. Each riser holds up to 300 pounds.
answered 1 month, 2 weeks ago
By
GuestRoomVisitor
answer 2
Yes, I have used these on my couch and love seat. If you have long legs like I do you will love it.
answered 11 months ago
By
noebug
answer 3
Dunno why not....of course weight and structure of furniture's legs would need consideration. If oversized heavy with stilleto-style 'pointy' legs I'd think twice. Not knowing your furniture cannot 100% promise it would be fine. But my suspicion is they would be fine. IF considering the use to not have to struggle so much getting up and down into one's seat PLEASE put safety first. I am NOT an expert! If it were for elderly folks really need one of the lift-style chairs, which are designed for safety be certain to get the real thing. Never take a chance on someone's safety. Nobody should endure pain or suffering because something scooted or was not designed to do something for which it was never designed. But I worry too much too. Call the MFG and get -real- advise. I'm just a granny who shops at Walmart!
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
By
cimarronshopper
answer 4
This product will work on anything, as long as the leg is smaller than the riser's opening, which is quite generous. It does work on couches and stationary chairs. However, if a chair moves, (glides, rocks, or reclines,) I would not recommend it as the legs may tip. I have it under a large arm chair, and it does not tip at all.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
By
Pebbles813
answer 5
Yes
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
By
BobbyBB1
answer 6
yes they can my sister has these on her couch, and loveseat, I have mine on my bed though
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
By
DonDon45
answer 7
I would not use it on a couch. When you'd sit i can see it tipping off the riase, r even on my bed you have to get used to how you get on so it doesn't push the bed over off the riaser. I have knocked the bed down while trying to change the skirt on the box spring and once the riaser was crushed you have to be careful but i do get a good nights sleep i though it would just lift the bed but is does make the mattresses feel better
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
By
wangie
Question

will the recess accomodate a 4" x 4" bed post.

I'm only interested in the larger 5" high riser. I understand that the smaller (top) 3" riser fits a 3" round post. Will my 4" posts fit into the 5" high riser? I need to find a riser for my 4" square post. Thanks!!!
asked 10 months ago
By
blu4u
on Adjustable Bed Risers
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
The recessed area on all the risers measures 3" x 3"
answered 1 month, 2 weeks ago
By
GuestRoomVisitor
answer 2
yes there are two different ways you can use it..
answered 7 months ago
By
champ2257
answer 3
No, both size risers will only accommodate about a 3" X 3" post.
answered 7 months ago
By
DrDtMM
answer 4
hi ...just measured and unfortunately your 4x4 bed post will not fit...the 5 inch risers are the same as the 3 inch riser 3x3....keep looking there are different sizes out there....check in store as opposed to online
answered 9 months ago
By
djsmcc
answer 5
blu4u, I just measured the 5 inch riser and it is only 3 inches square for the bed post to fit into. It doesn't look like it can be modified. So keep looking there are so many different kinds I'm sure you will find something to fit.
answered 10 months ago
By
TopXyz
answer 6
The recess of the 5 in riser is approx 2 3/4 in.
answered 10 months ago
By
shopperforvalueineveryway
answer 7
probably not. The recess of the 5 in riser where you would place the post is just about 2 3/4 in.
answered 10 months ago
By
shopperforvalueineveryway
Question

TO USE THIS PRODUCT DO I HAVE TO HAVE THE WHEELS STILL ATTACHED TO MY BED RAILS?

asked 1 year, 2 months ago
By
JS
on Adjustable Bed Risers
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
Not necessarily, but there should be legs of some kind.
answered 7 months ago
By
DrDtMM
answer 2
No.
answered 1 year ago
By
SatisfiedCustomer20131
answer 3
No. I use mine without wheels attached to the bed rails. The feet of the bed rail, on my bed, fit into the top of the riser.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
By
Wings54
answer 4
It may be best to take the wheels off first.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
By
88332211
answer 5
My frame has wheels on the bottom of each leg. Which I suspect helps to distribute the weight/force/pressure. Works fine for us. DH & I are avg americans with more weight than should, maybe not obese, but the risers have supported bed frame, mattress, box springs, DH & I...and even our sneaky fat-cat in colder months...He's sly! Dunno how he hurls his 18lbs from floor all the way up onto the bed and we never even feel him 'hit.' But I digress...
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
By
cimarronshopper
answer 6
You may be better off without the wheels. I found that the wheels on my bed frame didn't lock so they would move around. It made the risers unstable and I had to find a way to lock the wheels.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
By
NewPhilaMan
answer 7
No. I have wheels attached to mine. But it's definitely not necessary.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
By
OzTheGreatandPowerful
Question

inner diameter of the risers

The legs of my bed are thicker than most, they are 2in by 2in squares, would the legs fit into the bed risers?
asked 11 months ago
By
kc
on Adjustable Bed Risers
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
Yes
answered 7 months ago
By
DrDtMM
answer 2
Yes, these risers will hold 2.5"
answered 10 months ago
By
savinggrc
answer 3
Yes, they would fit.
answered 10 months ago
By
bevpassmore
answer 4
The smallest riser is 3" square. The larger one is approx over 4.5"
Sounds like you'll be fine!
answered 11 months ago
By
welikedeals
answer 5
2.75 x 2.75 is the max size that can be accomodated.
answered 11 months ago
By
NorskMan
answer 6
Yes they will fit. I wouldn't use these for anything that's over 2.75" x 2.75"
answered 11 months ago
By
eshaNYC
answer 7
Yes. My kids bed frame is 2.75" so these will def. work for you
answered 11 months ago
By
eshaNYC
Question

HOW MUCH WILL IT HOLD?

I HAVE A QUEEN SIZED BED AND MY HUSBAND AND I HAVE ACID REFLUX, IT WOULD BE GREAT TO INCLINE THE HEAD OF THE BED BUT.. WILL I HOLD A QUEEN SIZED BED?
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
By
BRIDGET1985
 - DENVER,CO
on Adjustable Bed Risers
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
(It MIGHT be gluten...solved my A.R. trouble...) Well, all I can tell you is that I've used these risers for over a year on my queen bed, and both hubbie and I are XL folks...but we were using 'em flat.
I do kinda feel uncertain about putting all the stress on the one end. You might check out the mfg themselves: CreativeWare, Item# GBR03BLK and serial# on box is 089786370460. Hope this helps. (Made in the USA, yea!)
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
By
cimarronshopper
 - Heartland
answer 2
It didn't hold a twin size bed. Two risers broke and nearly threw my disabled husband to the floor.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
By
MinuteMaid
 - Wood River, IL
answer 3
I used this for my queen bed and it went right through the riser within a day of putting it in. I wouldn't recommend it for anything larger than a child's bed.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
By
lilcubnchick
 - Miami, FL
answer 4
Yes it can hold a queen sized bed (mine is too), as for sloping it at an incline, I have no idea if it will work like that.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
By
DeathByDizzy
answer 5
yes, it will hold your queen sized bed without any uneasiness!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
By
loafinaround
 - Knoxville, TN
answer 6
It will hold up a queen sized bed; that's what we are using them on. However, I'm not sure how they would be if you just use them to raise the head of the bed a bit higher and don't have them under each leg evenly. I would say that they seem very durable, though, and would probably be fine if you try it with the smaller ones to see how it will do with normal bed movement. Worth a try to help the acid reflux, I would think.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
By
Wifeofthefarmer
 - Noblesville, Indiana
answer 7
Only for a couple of weeks. Then it breaks
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
By
Ephesus
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