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Frequently Asked Questions
How to choose the best big bean bag chairs?
There are many qualities that you should look for when selecting the best big bean bag chair. First, I’d consider the ease of cleaning covers. Bean bag chairs should be easily washable and also not stain easily.
Always check the size and weight of the bean bag to ensure that it fits your body frame. Lastly, you’ll want a bean bag chair that uses shredded memory foam to help maintain shape and prevent you from sinking in too deep.
What to look for when choosing a large bean bag chair?
There are a few factors to consider when looking to purchase the perfect bean bag chair. It’s important to look for the type of fabric, shape, and filling that you’d like.
The five most common types of fabrics are vinyl, cotton, polyester, leather, and microsuede. They each have their advantages and disadvantages. Cotton and microsuede are the most comfortable and breathable. While vinyl, polyester, and leather are more durable. We prefer the microsuede since they have a luxurious feel to it combined with optimal comfort.
Also, consider the shape of the bean bag. Some are shaped like a chair, while others like a sofa or bed. Lastly, look at the filling used. We prefer memory foam since it’s safer and doesn’t sink in too much, providing better comfort. Polyester beads are economical but can be a safety hazard to children and pets.
What are the benefits of having a bean bag chair?
Besides the beautiful colors and fun shape that your bean bag adds, it also provides health benefits. Since a bean bag uses memory foam, it will contour to fit your body perfectly.
This provides spine support and helps with posture. Most chairs for gaming and watching TV can negatively affect posture. A bean bag molds around your back and neck while being therapeutic for back pain. Lastly, it’s much more spacious and comfortable than your average chair!
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