The makers claim that "it is incredibly cozy and comfortable, covered with a breathable fabric designed to move moisture away from your body, and filled with fiber which is hypoallergenic and provides exceptional comfort and support." And it was.
But after less than a year of blissful snoozing, the fiber filling had retreated from the pressure points - which, perversely enough, all seemed to have fallen upon corners of the stuffing compartments.
No commercial cleaner or linen service would admit to having heard of a Fiberbed, it was far too bulky to fit into any publicly accessible dryer for the forced air and clean sneakers pummelling technique, and as I am not physically vigorous just now, my personal attempts to shake the Fiberbed did neither of us any good at all. I retreated in considerable disorder.
After a while, I realized that what I needed were pin-studded paddles that could pierce the covering without damaging it, and allow me to fluff and redistribute the fiberfill inside.
Yes, I had out-thought a large, physically superior bag of fluff. Definitely a photo opportunity.
Step 1: Materials & Equipment
Two shrunken, dried-up kitchen sponges
10" of wide elastic
Several dozen straight pins with flat heads
Very light corrigated cardboard or heavy card stock
Graph paper (optional)