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    Just looking at polyester toy stuffing online. I found ten kilos for £20 plus another £10 postage.

    "Look" I said, showing t'other half...

    He looked. "Hell...ten quid for carriage! Ten kilos of polyester's really light"

    Like, Duh!!!!!!!!!!! It weighs 10 kilos....sheesh


    Jules
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  • #2
    It's like that joke... "whats heavier, a pound of feathers or a pound of lead?

    Bet it would take up a lot of space though!
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    • #3
      Just worked out what 10 kilos would be like, Thats alot of stuffing!!!!
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      • #4
        I never thought about...

        the bulk.

        I suppose I could put it all in a huge fluffy pile and kip on it when I've had enough of sewing.

        Hmmm......maybe I should just go for 5 kilos!

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        • #5
          If its cheaper to go for 10 you should get it!
          If its on a role you could attatch some hooks to the ceiling put string through the tube it comes on and hang it form the ceiling, its a space saver.

          At my old work we had tis huge role of bubble wrap hanging from the ceiling, good idea but I alway worried it was gona fall on us.
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          • #6
            Sounds like something I did when I was younger - the recipe I was following called for a pint of milk and in those days we used to get our milk in bottles. However I duly got the jug out of the cupboard to measure out a pint and only when I emptied the bottle into it did I realise my mistake!! It just didn't occur that a 'pint of milk' was the same as a pint of milk!!
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            • #7
              I miss milk in bottles.
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              • #8
                And me....

                Milk bottles were so handy.....my other half had a paper round when he was a tacker, he remembers putting the paper through the door and then drinking the person's pint of milk left on the step. No wonder he's 6ft4". I wonder what the people thought when they opened the door to an empty bottle?


                Don't think this stuffing comes on a roll, it's not wadding, but the loose fluffy stuff.

                I like to buy bulk, but I'd be stuck with it, if my bunnies are a sales failure.....maybe go for the smaller amount first, to be on the safe side.


                Jules
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