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what to do with old duvet / pillow

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Hi as in the header my dears - fire away ! thanks
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banned7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
Hi

as in the header my dears - fire away !

thanks
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banned7y, 2m agoPosted 7 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Donate it to a homeless person/tramp sleeping on the streets!:thumbsup:
#2
When i got a new Kingsize duvet i gave my old one away on Freecycle to some Manc student:thumbsup:
banned#3
its not in great condition -
cant find any homeless people near me either -
what about animal homes ?
#4
Make a fort in your front room :-D
#5
Eat it like a giant marshmallow
#6
Maybe contact some charitable organisations in the local area that look for donated items to help disadvataged people when they get rehomed.We have one near us called Helping Hands,they collect old furniture etc to pass on to service users.
banned#7
how will i make a fort - what will i use for support ?

im not keen on a marshmellow that size
#8
take it to a laundrette for a service wash and dont collect it, Im sure they in turn will get rid of it/donate it AND it will be clean :p
#9
Ha Ha thanks for your post, I was getting bored looking for a laptop/netbook and came across your post...thanks for cheering me up!:-D:-D....seriously though.... a dogs home would appreciate duvets, blankets etc....
#10
sparkle123
how will i make a fort - what will i use for support ?

im not keen on a marshmellow that size


I don't know but it will be fun finding out and well worth it in the end :-D

michelleleemoo
take it to a laundrette for a service wash and dont collect it, Im sure they in turn will get rid of it/donate it AND it will be clean :p

Now put that thinking into saving the world and we will be sorted :thumbsup:
#11
a neighbour with a dog may want it........maybe
#12
insulation in your roof space?
#13
cat and dog homes are always greatfull for old bedding for the animals
#14
I had 6 pillows and a Double duvet.

Bought a beanbag cover and then had fun ripping all the stuffing out the pillows/duvet :)

It's now in my 3yr olds room next to her bed as it get used as a seat for story time and as it's not full of polystyrene beads it does not make a racket if she falls asleep before I've finished reading ;)
banned#15
well so far its going to be a fort supported by the sofa and hi fi speakers - then after its going to the animal home -

many thanks
#16
If you have pet (dog preferably) new bed for it or maybe the sally army will take it.
#17
I left my old duvet & pillows beside the dustbin someone knocked on my door to see if they could have them :w00t:
#18
sparkle123
well so far its going to be a fort supported by the sofa and hi fi speakers - then after its going to the animal home -

many thanks


Pics! :-D
#19
Take it to the RSPCA - they always want stuff like this at winter for the Cats and Dogs
#20
I use mine to keep my motorbike nice and warm in winter
#21
ted2911
I use mine to keep my motorbike nice and warm in winter

Do you tuck it in at night and read it a bedtime story??:-D
#22
only after i,ve tuck the kids in lol
banned#23
wash it and put it in one of those vacum bags, you never know when the little ones are gonna chuck up over ya bed

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