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- Cover - Remove filled liner and zip cover closed. Shake off any loose debris from cover before washing. Hand or machine wash separately; cold water. Do not bleach. Line dry or tumble dry low.
- Bed Liner - To prevent damage to appliances, filling should be removed before washing. If the filling will not be removed, we recommend hand washing with mild detergent. Machine wash unfilled liner separately; cold water. Tumble dry low.
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The stuffing inside was kind of clumped together at first, so we spent some time mushing it up and breaking up the lumps inside. This was helpful and I thought we were on the right path. I figured with a bit of use, it would find its proper shape, but it still hasn't happened. I thought maybe if I sat on it that it would help break the stuffing down even more. I put it on the couch and sit on top of it, or put it on the floor and sit on it like a cushion. I've tried for almost two weeks to no avail. Thought placing the dog on top of it would help- nope (he's a small dog and can hardly jump up onto it on his own, and once he's up there, he usually rolls off!) Although it has softened up some, it is still VERY MUCH cube shaped and not a functional pet bed.
At this point, the humans in the house use it as a floor cushion to sit on, or as a bolster on the floor to use while playing with the puppy. I also sometimes use it as an ottoman. I just prop my feet up on it when I'm sitting on the couch. Like right now as I'm writing this.
- The outer material is soft and the stuffing is comfortable for an adult human to use as a cushion.
- It works great as an ottoman for a human.
- It takes far too long for the stuffing to break down enough to actually be able to use this as a pet bed. In fact, we have no idea how long it will take, or if it will ever break down enough to actually be a pet bed.
- We don't need an ottoman.