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Thread: Wet Brain Bag

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    Wet Brain Bag

    My Brain Bag was accidentally put back side down into a puddle of water that had collected in the back of my SUV (long story). The foam back and all the straps are soaked. Any ideas on what to do to dry it out. Only a very small amount of water made it into the rear compartment of the bag. I have already removed everything from the bag. I kinda need my bag for class tomorrow.

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    You could use a blowdryer on a low setting to speed up the drying process -- just make sure that the bag never gets hotter than it is comfortable for you to touch.
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    Well, I hung the bag on my bed post empty overnight, and it dried out on its own. I am glad for that as I was in panic mode last night. I have had my bag for almost five years and have loved it the entire time .


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