The Ultimate Guide to Long-Lasting Care for your Pod
We've got your back and bean bag covered, so that's why we've created these expert tips to maintain your Pod's longevity.
Keeping it's appearance
For day-to-day care, we have some clever tips and tricks to keep your Pod forever-lasting.
- Give it a little fluff every now and then. Over time, the beads inside may settle, causing the Pod to lose its shape and volume. By simply turning it over and giving it a shake, you can help redistribute the beads.
- Try to keep your Pod away from direct sunlight, and not too close to heat sources, as this can cause fading.
- Store your bean bag in a cool, dry place when not in use to prevent mold or mildew growth.
Don't toss it, fill it
It’s designed to last for years, but over time, the foam beads inside may compress. However, instead of tossing it out and buying a new one, you can refill it with fresh beads.
This simple and affordable solution can extend the life of your Pod and keep it feeling just as comfortable as the day you bought it.
Plus, with our refillable feature, you can customize the level of firmness to your liking, ensuring the perfect seating experience every time.
Paws and relax 🐶
Do you have a furry friend who loves to snuggle or jump up on your Pod? No worries, we have got you covered with our dual layer design. It will withstand most paws and prevent ripping so you don’t have to worry about a waterfall of beads.
If your loved one sheds heavily you will notice it will stick to our stretchy spandex outer cover. A quick wipe with a lint roller or blast with a vacuum will take the fur straight off.
Accidents happen! But our Pod is made for real life and real problems, so don’t sweat it too much. The most important thing is to act quickly.
- Remove the cover and throw it into the washing machine on a cold cycle. You can hang or tumble dry.
- For the inner lining use a clean cloth or paper towel to absorb as much of the spill as possible. Avoid rubbing or scrubbing the area, as this can push the spill deeper into the fabric.
- If the spill has left a stain, use a gentle, water-based cleaner to remove it. Avoid using harsh chemicals or bleach, as these can cause discoloration or damage to the fabric.
- Once the spill has been cleaned up, let the area dry completely before using the bean bag again.