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Cotton Canvas 100L Large Storage Bags Foldable Underbed Storage Bag for Comforters, Blanket, Bedding, Duvet $12.59 + FS

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Cotton Canvas 100L Large Storage Bags Foldable Underbed Storage Bag for Comforters, Blanket, Bedding, Duvet, shipping is free

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MATERIAL: Made from high-quality cotton canvas which promotes ventilation and protects your stored articles from insects, moisture and dust. Easy to wash, machine washable.
LARGE CAPACITY: The underbed storage bag( 73 x 51 x 27 cm / 28.7x20.1x10.6 inch) provides ample space to keep your comforters, blankets, sheet sets, quilts, pillows, duvet, T-shirt , sweaters, towels and any other items that need to be put away.
ZIPPER CLOSURE: The 2 stainless steel premium zippers are designed in a way that it easily slides along the closure when in use, regardless of how full the bag is.
STURDY HANDLE: The sturdy handles let you transport this storage bag effortlessly. Also, manufactured with reinforced seams for added strength.

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Anyone can comment on the quality and if this will fit a king size comforter?
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They sent me the wrong size but refunded me and just let me have the wrong size, though I really wanted the larger one I originally ordered -_-).

Not much to say, it's pretty thin but not thin enough that you can just tear it like paper or anything like that.
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Will a body fit inside this?
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Canvas eh? But Bethesda said there wasn't any available to make canvas bags with. Therefore this company must be a big fat phony.
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Lifewit brand. These guys love spamming sd with their "special" weekly coupons. Their products are notorious for having faulty zippers. I've purchased two lunch bags from them and I've returned both after the zippers started to fail within weeks of lite use.
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Will a body fit inside this?
Assuming you mean a human body, then yes, depending how flexible the body is (or if it's in one piece). The average human body is 66.4L, this bag is 100L. If the body is liquefied then it'll definitely fit, but then the bag will definitely leak.
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Assuming you mean a human body, then yes, depending how flexible the body is (or if it's in one piece). The average human body is 66.4L, this bag is 100L. If the body is liquefied then it'll definitely fit, but then the bag will definitely leak.
If you are taking the time to liquify a body then lining this bag with a leak-proof polymer should be simple. Problem solved!
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If you are taking the time to liquify a body then lining this bag with a leak-proof polymer should be simple. Problem solved!
Liquify the body already in a bag. I prefer this method over any other. It's far more sanitary and easy to transport. So I've read.
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