Clothing Stuffing General Discussion!

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Clothing Stuffing General Discussion!

Hey guys, it's Perry again! I know it's been a while, but I've just been trying to get the time and resources ready for my next inflation, and fortunately, I was able to get a new dress to inflate, which I'm very excited about and I hope I'll be able to show it off to you guys very soon! :)

In the meantime, I want to make this as kind of a general topic for talking about clothes stuffing for those who are interested, discussing experiences and techniques done to do it! And I'll start it off with a question: what size clothes do you think works better for this? For me, it tends to vary between outfits, but I'm not too sure what the best sizes to have are.

Feel free to ask your own questions or respond to this one, and I hope to interact with you guys more! ;)

Margeret Moonlught
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Yea actually, You have any knowledge on clothes stuffing in the heat? 

Ive recently taken up clothes stuffing during super cold nights as shoving a few pillows in a decently baggy shirt both acts as an insulation device, and also it turns out I just sorta happen to enjoy having a faux huge stomach/boobs, go figure. However, It's getting hot where I live, and in a few weeks it'll be absurdly hot where I live. So what exactly would you recommend using in the horrible San Diego heat?

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So, I'm assuming you're in the situation where you can't do this in the daytime, right? Or can you do it at any time?

Margeret Moonlught
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Cannot in fact do this in the daytime due to my family being awake then, Yes. 

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Are you opposed to the idea of inflatables in this scenario?

Margeret Moonlught
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Not entirely sure I can hide those in my room lmao

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Can't you hide some under your bed or under the sheets? I imagine they wouldn't suspect you had those things there.

WhiteMono

Wear an inflatable sumo suit under your clothes?

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I don't think she'd be able to inflate that very quietly, or very comfortably for that matter.

flationable
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Those pooltoy beach balls come in a lot of different sizes and aren't as warm as pillows. You can tape up the nozzles so they won't poke even after shifting and instead of blankets you could use one of those fans on a stand to help you cool down a little. I'm assuming you can have your bedroom door locked at night.

firnov
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I dont know if you have seen the video on youtube "amber inflation". This girl has a grey summer dress with a big balloon under it. The dress covers the whole balloon, this makes it look like she inflates her real belly. I think this would be a fun thing for you to try.

I hope my tip was usefull to you!

And boom goes the inflatee

airtankgirl5
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Because my sexuality couldnt just be kinky, yah I also stuff clothing.  I hear what Ms Moonlight is saying about cold weather, insulation and just liking being bigger.  I live in a cold mountain state. However, we are also closer to the sun than most of you, so the summers, while not savage, are hot.

Warm weather inflation tips:  Start looking at balloons or wubbles or other inflatibles, things with less thermal mass.  Or start looking at things that have negative thermal mass (water filled inflatibles).  Keep your rooms cooler than you usually would, and if you must pad up, save it for the early hours or late hours, avoid padding up during the heat of the day.

As to the OP's original question:  Spandex Catsuits, no question about it.  Either on their own or as a base shaping layer to wear under other garments.

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Yeah, pretty much what she said, I was kind of planning on saying. If you're able to be quiet about them, using balloons with air or water, Wubbles, or pretty much any other inflatable works great, and yeah, follow her on the temperature thing.

Dang, I've gotta get quicker with these responses: don't want to get my role here replaced too quickly! Also, I was asking for specific clothing sizes for stuffing, but thank you for the insight anyway, ma'am! I'll see if I can gather enough funds to get one online in the near future!

Margeret Moonlught
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She's the hero this site needs, But doesn't deserve right now..

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bimboguy

Wubbles are very squishy, but I still plan to stuff one inside clothes... Maybe a really baggy pant or shirt idk?. I ask you airtankgirl, have you by chance had any success inflating a wubble? If I recall correctly you were having difficulties filling one up.

airtankgirl5
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Me personally, I had a lousy experience with the wubble, I couldnt get the damn thing to work at all.  However let's keep in mind:

1. I am not the most technologically savvy person there is.

2. I am not known for my patience.

3. I have a good friend in the infation community that swears by them and I trust his judgement.


I use pillows because I find them more versitile for my needs, but experiment, find out what works for you.

P

I think you can get them to work, as I've been able to do it pretty reliably for a while now. If you have the nozzle from the package of getting both the Wubble and the pump, or any nozzle for stuff like this, you can do this:

1. Put some Vaseline on a Q-tip,

2. Pinch the circle part near the hole you put the pump in, and push the valve up so it sticks out,

3. Put the Q-tip in the valve to get some lubrication in there, and

4. Insert the nozzle, which should be much easier to put in now.

And you should be good to either use the purchased pump or another one you own. I think a straw could work with this as well, but I can't confirm. Either way, I wish you both the best of luck if you end up giving this a try again!

airtankgirl5
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Specific clothing sizes are pointless.  You are thinking that women's clothes have a standard size like men's clothes.  Utter falsehood.  I'm on average a size 6 dress size, but I've got garments that say I'm all the way up to an 8 (I hate those) down to a 3 (total fiction).

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Hm, interesting foresight: again, thank you for that! I probably should've been a little more specific: what kind of sizes should I get for certain types of clothing? Oversized for things that can stretch and are able to hold the entirety of the inflatable like dresses, and tighter things for the sake of a more contained feel like swimsuits?

Zeltreck

Funnily enough I got back into doing this a few days ago. Used to do it when I was a kid a lot. It's rather fun to do, so I'm glad I got back into doing it lol

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Really! How have you been doing it, I'd love to know!

Zeltreck

Sadly I've got nothing special to use. I just use my pillows and the bog comforter blanket on my bed. NOt th ebed material to use, but it works. It's fun to do, and that's what counts. I did get a hose of sorts to use as a prop which helps(I did make some videos/take pictures privetly, hence the word prop)

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I've been clothes inflating /stuffing since I was 4 I'm 34 now. 

I tend to buy girls clothes to inflate  since I inflated my sisters clothes growing up. 

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Overblown
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I've tried clothes stuffing several times, but without much success.  I'd be curious to hear any solid tips, techniques or advice people have.  I know someone made a comprehensive video about it years ago, but that has since been lost to time.

airtankgirl5
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How hard is it? Take pillows, shove into clothes.  Repeat.

Overblown
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In my experience, simply shoving a pillow or two under your clothes doesn't really cut it.  The results are almost always underwhelming/unsatisfying, as most pillows have corners or don't sit quite right to simulate a nice, inflated shape.

Some years ago, someone in the community (I can't recall who) made a really comprehensive video about clothes-stuffing, showing a layering technique of clothes and pillows (and occasionally rolled/wadded up clothing) that produced a really good, inflated shape that looked smooth and taut and wouldn't shift around at the slightest touch.  Sadly, both the video, and its creator, seem to have vanished from the community.  :(

MixMaster (not verified)

I used to stuff my clothes with comforters and pillows, then tried trash bags, and then settled on beachballs. Since then, I usually try to use one sized relative to what I'm wearing. A zentai suit can usually hold a single 3 ft beachball, 4ft would probably bust most sellers 3XL suits. Oversized clothing, like 10-13XL cotton fleece shirts and pants.

I would like to have a vastly oversized spandex catsuit made, but have yet to find a reputable source. I may try loveyourpeaches, but a 70 inch waistband just isn't enough sometimes, is it? :D

Big pants mcgee
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What I do a lot is find giant sized trash bags, you know the ones people put in like giant trash cans? Then I found some old large control top panty hose and some thin rubber tubing to put in the trash bag. Then just stick it in and breathe. I'm pretty sure that this method is not original and has been by thousands of people but I thought I would just put it out there =D

Happy inflating!

Do i get a cookie now? or inflata-boobies

blueberryjuicer
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i find myself some bed pillows, and begin to figure out which are puffier and which are flatter. the puffy ones wrap around my thighs, calves, and belly, while the thinner wrap around my arms. For a bigger belly, i find slme very large flannel blankets and fold them into squares, before stuffing them between me and the belly pillow.

For a large rear, i find throw pillows a plenty, and stuff in about two per cheek, maybe three if possible.

for breasts, i use cloths scrunched into balls.

i may add a bed pillow for the back if i wanna have spinal support but mostly i dont.

clothing that works is stretchy, and around my size so i both have a variety of styles, and a look that screams "just blew up" instead of "been rounded for a while".

a few pointers I wanna give regarding if you wish to simulate fruit inflation:

as much fun as fluid inflation is, a ball of water, barring water balloons, usually is a flat sack. its hard to find a substance both turgid or flexible enough to do full liquid inflations that dont start sagging, so I have NO solution to the noises without an in depth knowledge of motion sensors and souns emitters.

however I DO know how to exemllify shapes for different fruits, so here goes;

blueberry is puffy everywhere, its the base and tutorial I gave. Its also the most fun to struggle with ;). blue clothing and wigs/hair are the most beneficial clothing for this look.

pear drops everything from the waist up and tucks the shirt in. this exemplifies the exaggerated shape of a pear. green clothing is suggested.

cherries bars everything except breasts. in fact to achieve it, use throw pillows wrapped in blankets that are tied shut, and slung around the neck for a more "breast like appearance"

bananas? holy shit sit down for this one. LEARN TO WALK IN HEELS AND/OR STILTS. Then buy long ass pants and add some minor padding arkund your torso for the effect. wear yellow

apples utilize the blueberry structure on steroids. this means fluffy where flat, overfluffy in fluffy, and folded bed pillows in throw pillow locations. wear red

pineapples? green wig, blueberry method, tan clothing.

strawberries? reverse the pear method.

peach? all fluffy version of apple in orange and red.

orange? all turgid pillows in the apple method.

plum, flat pillow peach.

raspberries, wadded up blankets, throw pillows, and cloths fucking EVERYWHERE.

if you want to know more fruits, veggies, foods, or substances to inflate into, ive tested most of these and are ready to test any suggestions.

Berries are always sweet, no matter how sour they act, they'll always make the best juice.

Equation for juice filling: Volume/Quantity=[(Diameter*Circum

Wren

I think the size depends on how big you want to get.  And as you said it could vary between outfits or what you're in the mood for.  If you want to get really big, then you need big & tall men's or plus sized women's clothing.  Some people might like slimmer sizes either for the look or because they want to burst the clothes.

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wynonna
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my tips:  Instead of a wubble, have you tried a yoga ball?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_qrsu_hQWE

You can get more pillows and/or blankets if you stuff them from behind previously stuffed items.  What I mean is put the new item between you and the prevously stuffed items, instead of puting it between the clothes and the previously stuffed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJebNLSQYMU

 

wynonna
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Are there any web sites dedicated to this?  I've googled clothes stuffing, but all I come up with is panties and pantyhose stuffed in, well, you can probobly guess.....  I also saw a  couple girls stuff a silk slip dress also..  That was kinda cool.

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Hey guys, it's P again! Just gonna drop in with another question for the thread: what are some maybe lesser known ways you know of stuffing or inflating clothes that actually work?

inflatingclothes
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Air beds work, I had a xl bed with a built in pump, you can get huge

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wynonna
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A forum dedicated to clothing stuffing would be cool!

maxgrowth

I have used all different forms of padding/stuffing with our actresses. From simple fiber fill, to custom crafted foam, to inflatable props, etc.

One thing for bellies, and could be applied for breasts and rear with some modification, is the fabric bean bag covers that look like round versions of stuffed animals. I had a bear one that we cut the ears and face off of. We then filled it with a mixture of the bean bag "beans" and hunks of fiber fill. It takes some time, but if you get the ratio of beans to fiber fill (you could use little chunks of foams, etc. as well) correct, you get a lightweight belly that is slightly firm and doesn't make that "swooshy" noise you get from just the beans when you move. Plus, it is "low-tech" adjustable, in that you can add or subtract the stuffing "mixture" as desired. And it is a cheap option. My local Wal-Mart type chain store had the beans and casing for $20.

I will attest this is not necessarily the best method, but it was my first "step-up" from simply stuffing pillows/fabric directly into clothing.

wynonna
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Nashi Yoon youtube...  Lots of balloon inflation in her clothes.  There is also an Annie Williams with infaltion stuff as well... Some real, some balons under clothes

new_comer
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Nice to meet you all.

Just got the new costume for stuffing with pillow and the result just great.

Will share some of picture later.

Margeret Moonlught
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IT'S COMIN'

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Hey y'all, I'm back! Sorry about the necropost, but I was feeling like talking about this subject again, and I didn't really feel that a new post entirely would be all that necessary.

Anyway, I unfortunately have not been able to do much stuffing myself lately, but I've been seeing a lot of content, like the great return of infme, that's made me really itching to come back to this. So, if you all have any updates or questions, let us know; we'd love to hear them! :)

Lopni

beautiful!

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probably, only - Po - would be shorter and as meaningful

...and yes, please return and post! ^_^

perchedontheloon

Yeah I stuffed for the first time in a long time just yesterday, it had been ages!

P

Hey everyone! I know I'm necroposting again, but I really wanted to come back to this topic, but I didn't want to make a new post for it, so here we are! This time, I was just curious on your recent experiences of clothes stuffing if you've had any; I've been experimenting with air/water balloon stuffing, and it's been absolute blast, so if you want to know about that, or if you want to share an experience of your own, please let us know! :)

Apollo

I've been using balloons (air) for stuffing for quite a while now, and recently i've gotten a somewhat baggy and stretchy onesie. I usually have one 16" balloon inflated on my belly and two 12"s inflated above side by side with this onesie and it's been great. However I have started to get the desire to go bigger, though I am fairly tall and this means it's tricky finding stretchy suits/onesies that fit my height while being as stretchy outwards as normal.