Filling your Bean Bag / Inner Liner full of beans
All bean bags come with instructions (2 pages) and show how to open, close and secure the safety zip required for sale in Australia. If you didn't receive a copy of these and would like one, please call / email us (see contact details) and we will be more than happy to supply these to you as part of our standard customer service.
Two people filling the Inner Liner. Attempting to fill on your own may result in a physical injury.
Fill the Inner Liner indoors with the doors and windows closed (the wind is your enemy when using polystyrene).
A funnel will make it easier to pour in the beans, you can buy these from any Supermarket or Hardware store.
When filling your Bean Bag, half fill the Inner Liner then insert into the Outer Cover. Next align the zips of both bags and hold both bags upside down and gently pour in the rest of the beans.
Fill the bag to your desired comfort level, however check the details online for the recommended amount in litres.
Note: Adding a teaspoon or 2 of any flour to the bag of beans BEFORE emptying it into the inner liner can reduce the static.
We recommend to NEVER fill a Bean Bag of any kind outdoors, as the wind, even on a non-windy day will catch all the beans.
Reminder: Make sure BOTH zippers on the Inner Liner and Outer Liner are fastened correctly, fully closed and REMOVE the paper clip so the child safety zip is able to be correctly used and your bean bag is deemed safe.
These zip's are installed for the safety of small children as per the Australian safety standards, Not removing the paperclip may deem your Bean Bag UNSAFE.
PA & DM Enterprises PTY LTD trading as Boutique Bean Bags can not be held liable for any misuse of our products around ignition sources.