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Bean Bag Refills
Since the introduction of bean bags in the American market a few decades ago, it is still one of the most functional and almost indispensable fixture in most homes in the United States today. It gained its popularity because of its sheer ability to easily conform to any shape and movements of the human body. Thus, it is recognized to be one of the most comfortable chairs that you can ever find in the market.
Since most people often find themselves spending more and more of their time in the loving warmth of their favorite beanie, it would naturally deflate or shrink after frequent use. Many kids also developed a habit of jumping on top of their bean bags that would naturally deflate its fillings. So however durable your bean bag may be, it would eventually cave in from the steady beating and battering sooner or later. But manufacturers have thought of this possibility and came up with bean bag refills as an effective solution.
Bean bag refills is positively a more cheaper alternative to purchasing another bean bag. It is readily available in most bean bags store in your area. But before you purchase your bean bag refills, it is important to know what type and size of bean bag refills would be the most suitable for you. Be sure to make some inquiries before making a purchase. To guide you, there are usually two types of bean bag refills commonly available in the market today.
These type are BB sized pellets made from polystyrene with 1mm width. When choosing, pay more attention to the sizes of the beads since you would naturally want bean bag refills that are of the same shape and size to ensure supreme comfort. Beads with similar shapes would allow the beads to move around better, which would mean you can maneuver more easily. Virgin pellets are also considerably denser than reground refills so it won't squash as easily. However, it is known to cost a little more than the reground ones.
These are recycled bean bag refills that came from large wedges of Styrofoam that are grounded up to disintegrate into smaller pieces. With this type of material, some beads are prone to clump together so if would be a little harder to move around it than you would normally do in Virgin pellets. This is the more commonly used and preferred bean bag refill since it is cheaper and are more environment friendly.
If you own a bean bag, you would naturally ask how often do you need to buy some new refills, right? It largely depends on how often and how you use it. Since most bean bags that gets beaten up and worn out especially if you have children around the house, it would need new refills after a few months of use.