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    Probably OK

    Assuming that you put in the correct amount of down and your baffles are spaced as they should, the thinner/thicker spots will be OK. You would see this in most bags if it had see-through fabric.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    Put it in the dryer, with NO HEAT, along with a few clean tennis balls. That should even out the down and fluff it up.
    I will have to try that. I started to open a few of the seams and add more down, but it has spread out a bit. I think the dryer might just do the trick.

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    Well, tried it out for the first time today. I ended up stuffing a little more down in the thinner chambers. It was 33* and snowing when I tried it out. Paired with my 20* incubator, I was a little hot. I have a trip planned this Friday and it's supposed to have a low of 20*. I won't get a chance to test any more, but I think I should be fine.

    I did learn a few things...
    1. Have to fill the hole made by the drawcord with something. I made a down plug.

    2. I attached my snaps to short pieces of grosgrain. I will be cutting them off an attaching them directly to the hem.

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