White bed skirt also known as “dust voyager,” is used to conceal the space between the floor and the bottom of a bed frame. But because anyone who has tried to transform a mattress or put new sheets on a bed can confirm that the fact that a bed skirt will move if the mattress moves. This can cause the skirt to slip up, giving the bed a misguided appearance. One way to keep a bed skirt slipping or bunching is to attach the bed skirt fixed box spring bed. One of the easiest ways to attach the bed skirt to the spring box is to use the bed skirt pin.
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Place the white bed skirt over the spring box. Smooth the bed skirt so that it lies evenly over the spring box, and so that the edges of the skirt of the bed are at the same distance from the floor on both sides. Insert the first bed cap stick at one of the corners near the head of the box in the spring. Press the bed skirt stapled in the box spring until you reach the bend in the pin. Slide the upper back of the tab until the bed skirt sticks evenly on the top of the skirt of the bed. Repeat this step with a bed skirt pin in each corner of the box spring.
Slide the mattress to the box spring. Adjust the edges of the mattress with the edges of the box spring. The white bed skirt will stay in place throughout this procedure. You can also use flat-head sticker to secure bed skirt to the spring box if you cannot get the robe pin.