How do you keep your speedy when it not in use?

Florencee

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May 14, 2007
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Because the speedy is relly soft..

I was wondering how does everybody keep the speedy in shape when you don't use it???

And I saw someone sellsspeedy-shaped pillow on ebay.

Is it necessary to use the pillow or something else you can do for your speedy when not in use??

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I just purchased that speedy-shaped pillow on eBay about a week ago. She is a fast shipper. I'm very pleased with it. There's an older thread in here where people discussed it. I think the consensus was that it was expensive and others just used tissue or other pillow forms from craft stores. My opinion was different -- the bag costs $600 plus -- so buying a pillow especially made for it while in storage is worth it! I'm very happy with mine -- it really stuffs it!
 

shay86

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Because the speedy is relly soft..

I was wondering how does everybody keep the speedy in shape when you don't use it???

And I saw someone sellsspeedy-shaped pillow on ebay.

Is it necessary to use the pillow or something else you can do for your speedy when not in use??

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I dont own a speedy but I know alot of people use old tshirts in theirs :yes:
 

Nakolulu

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Feb 13, 2007
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i fold up a piece of stiff cardboard and do a makeshift skeleton for the speedy. it's perfect and doesn't add extra weight to it when i store it.
 

peace43

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I use old but clean t-shirts rolled up to stuff my Speedies. Also, those air pillows that are used for packing boxes for fragile items also work well.
 

Bee-licious

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yes they seem to work well, but i think there are much cheaper options that work JUST as well. its totally up to you..! i think old tshirts are the best though !