HomePlumbing TipsHow do you find a leak in an inflatable mattress that you’re not diving?
Posted in Plumbing Tips on 15th October 2013

How do you find a leak in an inflatable mattress that you’re not diving?
I have a Nautilus sleep system with a slow leak, any advice on how to find the leak? We have tried to listen to you, no luck. How can we ruin them, without this expensive bed Best Answer (s):

answer by Maddie
blow and someone put on it and feel out for air.

Reply Chiefmanycrows
Mix a solution of water and detergent in a spray bottle. Inflated with the mattress, spray the solution on the surface of the mattress and look for bubbles, where the air is leaking. Use a fairly good quality soap solution so that you can get good bubbles.

response of AGNES
I know when we go swimming and tubing used, sprang a leak when we used, we would be a bottle of soapy water (dish soap 8 parts, 2 parts water) and a few drops of the area in which we presumed to be the leak. Then bubbles were appearing everywhere, then presto! You will find your leak! Works on our gas line or propane stove on lines as well. Worth a try …


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