HELP! Any methods to re-puff flattened quilts on Lambskin?

  1. Hi Ladies,

    I bought a vintage small classic about 5 years back and the quilts have deflated/flattened out a little, mostly in the middle.

    Does anyone know how to re-puff the quilts? Any kind help will be appreciated! Thanks

    (P.S. Does Chanel have a re-puffing service by any chance? Just trying my luck
  2. I don't believe that once deflated the quilts can be re-puffed.
  3. There is no way to re-puff the quilts.
  4. +1
  5. I doesn't hurt to take it to Chanel to ask and see. Also perhaps make sure when you store the bag, it isn't leaning on its side but standing upright.
  6. I read that one member uses a hairdryer to blow the bag quickly so that the air inside expands and the quilts puff up a little more.

    I tried it and it did seem it was slightly puffier, though minimal. Maybe my eyes are playing tricks on me.

    i know this is very cruel but i'm half tempted to take a syringe with a very fine needle to inject some air into the quilts. just a fleeting thought...

    @coquette my bad that i didn't store my bag properly and now I'm paying the price sigh :sad:
  7. No way to repuff. It is not air but a dense material, then the stitching is stitched on top to make the quilts.
  8. :roflmfao:

    I hope you will find a solution.
  9. It is possible, but it's a huge job and take times, lot of time.

    Chanel won't give a damn, they rather u buy a new one from them!
  10. Do they honor the 1 year guarantee if an almost new bag de-puffed?