Originally Posted by BARB
They just kinda lay there and look forlorn and act like a sponge. Looks fine until you sit down, then squish, squish. I put quick releases on each side for easy removal. If you get caught in the rain, they are usually small enough to not catch much. If you go into a restaurant and it's raining, take it in with to sit on. If it does get wet, shake the hell out of it, blot with a towel and you are good to go. Hang overnight if you can. Sometimes they smell like a wet dog but it shouldn't be too offensive-if it is, I need to know because that's a tanning problem. Don't put in on if going out in a torrential downpour. Barb
Your to late Barb, I got caught comming backfrom Cairns the other week, they drip dry ok.
Thanks once again.
02 GSA written off by a DRUNK in pickup.
04 GSA Written off by a pickup.
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