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Old 14-07-2022, 03:14 PM
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Default Re: The downside to using inflatable furniture with inflatable fetish
i would've had a horny time pumping up and humping the inflatable simpsons and spongebob chair or just a regular chair if I were to have them.

however i was worried that it might have a leak and/or may be hard to hump it.
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Definitely can comp the "feels a little soft, needs more air" for no reason syndrome haha Just got one of those bestway inflate a chairs for like 20 bucks which has been really great. although i know its more than firm enough i still want to add air even though i'm a non popper. i've already ordered 3 bottles of that cernit magic mix stuff which has ATBC to soften it a bit as i feel like it would really benefit from being more malleable and rubbery so you can "sink" feel "hugged" by it better without it actually being under inflated. Which i really enjoy. That is if it doesn't develop a leak before that
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so after about 2 bottles of cernit magic mix and 4 days later, the treatment was successful! it definitely improved the feel and feels now ultra soft, squishy and bouncy. Its so much more comfy and fun to just lay in and zone out. Even when inflated quite a lot it still remains soft and squishy. Imo it should've come out of the factory like that! I would highly recommend this if see one of these on the store shelf, as is the feel like laying on a airbed but the ATBC treatment really makes them something else!
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Old 22-11-2022, 06:46 PM
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That sounds awesome. I'd like to try one of those.

ATM I have a 677 pound woman with me who is sitting on one of these:

Amazon Transparent Inflatable Chair

I'm pretty sure it's not going to survive and I wish I had the funds to have gotten a bunch of them!
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that does look amazing! And its pretty much the same design as the chair as i have so i'm pretty sure it would take the treatment pretty well too!
One bottle of cernit magic mix is 80ml and i used 2 bottles for the main chair bit so about 160ml in total for that and about 15ml ish for the middle bit. One bottle is about 5,5 euros so its not that expensive either in the end for the enjoyment you get! I ordered 3 bottles in total so i have 1 for spare and to be used with acrylic paints and such for models or maybe some future treatments .
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It turns you on when you use them.
I'm using an inflatable chair it is annoying hot every time I hear it squeak or feel it. It feels so good. It's hard not to hump it.

At least I should now be able to use inflatables and balloons alot easier because everyone is used to the sounds from my chair
where exactly is the downside? ;-)
I sleep in an air bed; was more or less by accident had to move but no bed bought an emergency double height intex queen size bed, wake up next morning and ... no back pain had that for years... since then mostly air bed and no back pains anymore ^^

so inflatables are very useful... also great foundation for riding ;-)
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