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    just throw them in the dryer with the UQ, i've done this with sleeping bags to help restore loft
    Last edited by Omgak; 08-29-2012 at 18:00.

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    Member valleyrat's Avatar
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    scrool down to the description

    LUXURY SIBERIAN GOOSE DOWN COMFORTER
    you cant please everyone, so ya got to please yourself. - ricky nelson

    HYOH

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    Quote Originally Posted by valleyrat View Post
    scrool down to the description

    LUXURY SIBERIAN GOOSE DOWN COMFORTER
    You'll find this interesting as well

    http://www.plumeriabay.com/main/info...oose-down.aspx

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    Wilderness Logic seems to have the best prices I've found.

    850 Goose down for $6.75 an ounce. I've notice some folks here on HF saying that they've have good dealings with WL so they sound like a good company.

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    Senior Member DemostiX's Avatar
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    Whenever a seller has a raw commodity in unlimited quantity at below-market prices and the seller is in that business, not a liquidator, someone else whose livelihood depends on that product would have an interest in buying up the product.

    If he hasn't it is likely NOT what you assume it is. I recently made that mistake with likely counterfeit sewing needles. My bad.

    There's a good reason some procurement rules forbid automatic selection of the low bidder.

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