Victorian wrote:I think I'll have to invite princess peach to the playa for 2010....
Or maybe she'll come in disguise.... because you do have a point.. But I was just being playful and thinking of bringing this costume for the hell of it.. it's just rotting in my closet as is...
Victorian wrote:Im not a cosplayer, just a love for costumes. Rather kind of a comic geek yes.. but more so I've just done poison ivy, nurse or two, the peach,
Thanks for the bag tip.
And yes.. adding vinegar to my list
Victorian wrote:but how to you store and protect your masses of clean costumes from the dust?
Victorian wrote:Great advice from everyone...
Thank you! I'll see what I decide on... I'll probably end up bringing it for the hell of it.
Fire_Moose wrote:"NOT those space saving bags, those were a waste of time and money. "
Why CFM? i was thinking about getting a couple for the burn this year....only down fall i can think of is i wont have a vacuum out on the playa....
Victorian wrote:Great tip!
I'm definitely still working on the night time aspect of BM for myself, my costumes, my camp,,.. etc.
Trying to decide what it worth working on and what will just be a hassle...
as far as all the electrics and batteries and glowy stuff goes...
jella wrote:I actually bought a dollar store brand too and yes it did perform about the same. The biggest advantage was the size regarless of brand. I packed several layers "un squished" in a suitcase and it was easy to stay organized and dustfree.
And, of course, on the playa they're useless, since you can't re-suck 'em down to a space-saving size.
Edana wrote:And, of course, on the playa they're useless, since you can't re-suck 'em down to a space-saving size.
Hmmm, just thinking aloud here - would you be able to do some kind of sucking them down with an air mattress pump? I know we used to have one that had both an "inflate" and "deflate" option.
We will not be using space savers, but every outfit will be in its own zip top sealed bag. Right down to underwear and socks etc. That way at least you can start out with clean clothes, and it prevents the need to go digging through the bag too much.
Fire_Moose wrote:So you CAN sit on a space saver bag to get some of the air out?
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