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Author Topic: Drying and airing out Suits  (Read 27691 times)

Lokosicek

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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #15 on: 23.08.2008, 13:15:55 »

And If I use a bit of czechnology (in its positive meaning), attatch a hose to the fan, and lead it inside the suit? Setting the fan at minimum temperature and maximum air flow ensures air cold enough to not cause any damage. I already learned that. Or I can seal the suit in a bag with two openings, and fan attatched to one side = stable flow of air through the entire suit.
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #16 on: 23.08.2008, 16:22:09 »

> If all works fine, the fursuit loungue will provide head and body drying equipment.
I meant exactly something like this.
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #17 on: 23.08.2008, 16:45:43 »

> If all works fine, the fursuit loungue will provide head and body drying equipment.
I meant exactly something like this.

Mayhaps, but they will still be very short, since we have 250 fursuiters (out of 777 attendees). Lotsa fur to dry.
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #18 on: 26.05.2009, 21:03:10 »

Hi I'm Fluffy,

The Uk hangairs are great for to dry your fursuit.
You can find them in www.furryshop.nl
I'm also in the dealers with UK Hangairs on the EF 15

See you on the EF

Fluffy
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #19 on: 26.05.2009, 21:03:35 »



Current status:
The original fan was not powerfull enough for a heavy, padded suit.
I have build a 138W-version that runs on 230V and on 110V.
http://fursuit.de/cms/index.php/Benutzer:Suran/Dryer
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #20 on: 26.05.2009, 21:35:12 »

Current status:
The original fan was not powerfull enough for a heavy, padded suit.
I have build a 138W-version that runs on 230V and on 110V.
http://fursuit.de/cms/index.php/Benutzer:Suran/Dryer

Having a closer look at how such a thing looks I am totally doing it wrong... Back to the drawingboard for me.
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #21 on: 26.05.2009, 21:48:55 »

Hi I'm Fluffy,

The Uk hangairs are great for to dry your fursuit.
You can find them in www.furryshop.nl
I'm also in the dealers with UK Hangairs on the EF 15

See you on the EF

Fluffy

Im sorry, but when do you realise that you are still on the waiting List?
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #22 on: 27.05.2009, 10:33:52 »

Im sorry, but when do you realise that you are still on the waiting List?

Luschi confirmed his table on 19.04. Obviously not everyone realizes that this confirmation is only valid for people who actually have a valid EF registration in the first place.
« Last Edit: 27.05.2009, 10:36:39 by Gyroplast »
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #23 on: 27.05.2009, 10:37:01 »

Im sorry, but when do you realise that you are still on the waiting List?

I hope he doesn't, as Luschi confirmed his table on 19.04. (T#2009012799000014)

fluffy - is - at - the - waiting - list.
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #24 on: 27.05.2009, 10:41:23 »

Sheesh, you're too fast, I can't even retroactively re-word my postings! :)
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #25 on: 14.06.2009, 16:48:56 »

And I am a she and not a he  :D

Fluffy
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #26 on: 16.06.2009, 20:15:50 »

Her table  :D

Im sorry, but when do you realise that you are still on the waiting List?

Luschi confirmed his table on 19.04. Obviously not everyone realizes that this confirmation is only valid for people who actually have a valid EF registration in the first place.

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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #27 on: 17.06.2009, 10:52:57 »

Why not just turn the bodysuit inside out and dry it from the outside? I always hang it inside out when I'm done suiting!
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #28 on: 17.06.2009, 11:48:44 »

Why not just turn the bodysuit inside out and dry it from the outside? I always hang it inside out when I'm done suiting!

Does not work well with paddings and sometimes the fur is completely soaked.
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Re: Drying and airing out Suits
« Reply #29 on: 17.06.2009, 14:20:51 »

Why not just turn the bodysuit inside out and dry it from the outside? I always hang it inside out when I'm done suiting!

Does not work well with paddings and sometimes the fur is completely soaked.

Paddings are a problem yes. Guess it doesn't work for everybody but it sure does just for me, and it's quite handy too!

And how the.. do you get your fur all soaked?
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