Chair In A Bag

Written by Sierra Rein
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In the last few decades, modern furniture technologies have allowed consumers to purchase chairs that are compact and lightweight. Many of these chairs can even be placed into carrying bags that can be slung over the back or shoulder for easy transportation. A chair in a bag can be a very useful thing to have stored in the trunk of the car, or in the garage along with other outdoor equipment.

Bagged chairs are more commonly utilized for recreational purposes such as beach outings and camping trips. These chairs are meant to be lightweight and packed in an easy-to-carry bag, one that is equipped with a pull-string line or a pair of padded shoulder straps. Even a child can be strong enough to transport his or her own chair in a bag to sit and enjoy the great outdoors in comfort.

Almost anyone can find a use for a chair in a bag. City and urban dwellers can take advantage of bag chairs by bringing them to movie ticket lines, while actors have been known to carry their own personal chairs in bags onto sets. Outdoor theaters and sports arenas (especially those that offer long strips of grass for seating areas) can be made comfortable simply by carrying a chair in a bag.

Maintenance and Repair of Chairs in a Bag

Since they are meant for use in the outdoors, most chair bags are made of durable and washable fabrics that can be easily cleaned by hand or in the washer. Repairs to rips and tears can be done using the industrial strength settings on a modern sewing machine, or by hand with strong thread if necessary. Most companies that make these chairs also offer repair kits for their items and can usually replace worn out bags for a minimal fee.

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