How to Repair a Torn Sleeping Bag: A Step-by-Step Guide

If you’ve got a torn sleeping bag, don’t worry – it’s easy to repair! Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get your sleeping bag back in shape.

1. Start by cleaning the area around the tear. Use a damp cloth to remove any dirt or debris.

2. Cut a piece of fabric that’s slightly larger than the tear. Make sure it’s the same material as your sleeping bag.

3. Place the fabric over the tear and pin it in place.

4. Sew the fabric in place using a needle and thread. Make sure to use a strong stitch.

Shape Size Fabric Stuffer Stuffer weight Sleeping bag weight Volume after packaging Comfort temperature
Mummy 215*80*50cm 40DNylon 650FP 80/20 duck down 900 grams 1.75 kgs 35x23x23cm 23F~14F
Mummy 215*80*35cm 40DNylon 550FP 75/25 duck down 250 grams 0.85 kgs 35x14x14cm 41F~50F
Mummy 215*80*35cm 40DNylon 750FP 90/10 goose down 1450 grams 2.3 kgs 40x28x28cm -31F~-41.8F
Envelope 215*75*75cm 40DNylon 500FP 65/35 duck down 600 grams 1.2 kgs 35x18x18cm 32F~41F
Mummy 215*80*35cm 20dNylon 650+ Fill Goose Down 9.5 oz 0 0 About 45F
Mummy 220*80*55cm 20dNylon 850+ Goose Down 12 oz 0 0 About 40F
Mummy 215*80*35cm 15DNylon 800 Fill Goose Down 7 oz 0 0 About 35F

5. Once the fabric is in place, use a fabric glue to secure it.

6. Let the glue dry completely before using the sleeping bag.

And that’s it! With a few simple steps, you can easily repair a torn sleeping bag.

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