slug wrote:The following is from a reply i got from Roman. Ive had the bag out and been shaking it the last few days, ill give it a go on the weekend and see if that has had any improvement then wash it next week. Ill let you know how I go and if I get back to it former glory!
Front load washer at a laundry mat is best
Then into the dryer
Make sure you remove from dryer as soon as cycle is complete as the barrel of the dryer may still be hot and can damage outer fabric
Any problem please contact me
Little Kopit wrote:
Gypsylady, materials change and products are 'improved' all the time. The modern artificial insulation bags are more apt to be machine washable.
slug wrote:Gday all, another query,
I recently spent a fairly chilly night in my sleeping bag. It has never let me down before, however ive often had a few drinks or have slept in trackies or the like. The other night I just couldn’t stay warm. On thinking about it I the warmth of the day im worried because it has spent a bit of time in its bag it has lost its loft. I know you should hang them up or at least store in a pillow case so they don’t bunch up but it usually gets used every few months so thought its be ok.
So my question, is washing it going to bring it back to its former glory? I don’t really want to because I know washing a sleeping bag is a bit of a pain.
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