Advice on how to dispose of old duvet

Anna Cherry
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Tue 11 Jan, 09:51

Thanks everyone for your helpful suggestions. As it turns out my daughter has just asked me to look after her [very lively] dog over half term so now you've given me the 'dog idea', I'll keep it to protect my sofa and then donate to Blue Cross.

Alex Flynn
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Mon 10 Jan, 21:38 (last edited on Mon 10 Jan, 21:39)

I've heard of them being used for soundproofing in recording studios. Or is that mattresses?

Sue Way
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Mon 10 Jan, 20:17

I think the Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary in Corn Street, Witney will take it.

Amanda Epps
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Mon 10 Jan, 11:15

Anna, you could try Blue Cross.

Anna Cherry
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Mon 10 Jan, 10:24

Thanks Kris: good suggestion - anyone with a dog in need of a snuggle duvet?

K Harper
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Mon 10 Jan, 10:14

Someone with a dog maybe grateful for it or try a dog rehoming charity.  Kris

Anna Cherry
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Mon 10 Jan, 09:42

Can anybody suggest the best way of getting rid of a heavy king size [synthetic inner] duvet which has a few stains [coffee?] and therefore not suitable for charity shop. Thanks if you can help, otherwise I'll have to put it into general waste bin.

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