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- Use to refill your existing bean bag chair
- Refill bag includes 100 liters
- 100-Percent virgin polystyrene bean is the approximate size of a large pea
- Easy pour bag
- Long life
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For your bean bag chair that has flattened with use, more filling to restore it to its original fluff. Refill bag includes 100 liters. Each 100-percent virgin polystyrene bean is the approximate size of a large pea.
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Bean filling is approx half the size of a dime, which is exactly what I expected. It shipped fast and seller was easy to work with. I would highly recommend this seller & product.
Keep out of the reach of children however, it took us almost 2 hours to clean up the mess that my 2 year old made when he got into the filling! LOL
If you're wondering how to fill the chairs without making a huge mess, watch my video. Basically, you'll need a tube. Any size tube will do, but the larger the diameter, the faster the process will be. I sawed the end of a bread crumb canister to make my tube. The beauty of that was it has a lid. When I was done, I simply capped the lid to save the rest for later. Cool, huh? When you fill the bag using the tube, make sure to only unzip it enough to fit the tube into the bag and no more. That'll keep any stray beans from escaping. Oh, you might have a few strays, but it's nothing like what you'd have without some sort of system. Trust me on that. I learned the hard way. Anyway, I hope the video helps.
UPDATE 12/11/16: The beans last about six months before the chair's volume noticeably declined. I'm back to buy two more bags to refill three bean bag chairs.
WARNING: depending on your level of coordination this may or may not be a two person (adults) job. I made the mistake of asking my boys (11 and 7) to help me. Needless to say, they were more interested in playing with the beans than holding the chairs open when I was pouring the beans in. I’m sure there was an easier way to complete this task but I didn’t utilize it. Having a shopvac near for cleanup is a good idea.
**you will need an unbent paperclip to pull the outer zipper open.