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Topic: Plastic pellets


JoBeth

11/7/2018 1:46:59 PM
Member since:
May 2008
Total posts:1214
Plastic pellets

Trying to find a place that sells the plastic pellets for weighted blankets. I know Michael's sells them, but they are sold out. And they are so expensive. Anyone know where a person could get about 25 Lbs of them in bulk?  
thanks.

Knucklehead

11/8/2018 7:53:17 AM
Member since:
Jun 2014
Total posts:248
Ebay or Amazon

I'd try ebay or amazon if you haven't already.

JoBeth

11/8/2018 8:43:36 AM
Member since:
May 2008
Total posts:1214
Yeah

I've checked that. Way too expensive.

Abbysmum

11/8/2018 9:56:14 AM
Member since:
Mar 2009
Total posts:3283
Google

Google came up with this. Seems more reasonable. Your issue might be have it shipped to Canada and the expense of shipping.  
 
https://primoplasticpellets.com/products/25-pound-box-of-poly-pellets-for-stuffed-animals-weighted-blankets-and-other-craft-projects  
 
https://www.craftpellets.com/  
 
 
Also, try amazon.com, not .ca. Sometimes it's way cheaper doing it that way.

JoBeth

11/8/2018 10:11:09 AM
Member since:
May 2008
Total posts:1214
Yup

I have an order in since Monday with the first company. Still waiting to hear from a representative regarding it. I've emailed them three times...keep getting a response that my order has been received...a representative will get back to you within 24 hours....it's been three days. Taken my money already...so ship my order already.  
There is a company out of Ontario...but it's almost $150 for 25 lbs. sigh.

JoBeth

11/15/2018 8:57:37 AM
Member since:
May 2008
Total posts:1214
Found some

Well I ended up cancelling my order from primo pellets and found another company that shipped them the same day.  
If anyone is looking - Plasticpellets4fun seems like a great company to order from. I ordered them on Friday morning - received a text that they were being shipped that night and they were at Border Services by Wednesday.  
Kudos to them.

 
 
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