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Sunday, 15 April 2012



So this morning I stumbled across what seems like a very cool, even if simple, invention.  The Tan a Sac.

This is for any of you ladies (or men) that love to tan but hate the effect it has on your bed linen.  The only other alternative is sunbeds and I am just not about that!

So when I was checking my emails this morning and found this product I thought ok we could be on to something here.

Basically it is a sleeping bag that you sleep in whilst you tan overnight, but it goes under your mattress so that it stays in place and fold over your duvet so your arms don't ruin it.  There is also a pillow case cover too.

I'm very tempted to give this a go, but it does have a pretty hefty price tag at £26.99.  I mean it's not that it's massively expensive it's just that I think I would prefer to spend it on other things!

Has anyone else tried this?  What do you do to protect your sheets?

For those of you that want to know more you can see how it works through their interactive gallery here (<---- link).
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11 comments:

  1. Haha this is genius!  But seems slightly too gimmicky as well?!  My sheets are always orange-tinged, which is disgusting but as I use gradual tanner atm I'd have to be forever using this sheet!

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  2. Ekkks! I didn't know that same it can leave some residue on the bed! O_O But I've been wanting to try tanning sometime though! 

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  3. This is so clever, although I find that a onesie does the job nicely!!! xx

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  4. I hadn't even thought of that!! Where can I actually get a onesie from that's not t

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  5. Yeah Hun it's a nightmare if you tan regularly!!!

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  6. It's horrid isn't it!! You would literally need to do it all the time with gradual though wouldn't you hahah. Orange sheets it is!!! I think you're right too - slightly gimmicky. Might give the onesie a try...x

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  7. primark, they are around £10, thats what i use xx

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  8. oooh I think this is a really good idea! Although I wonder if you could kind of just make a diy one? hmmm x

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  9. I was thinking that! I'm sure you can, but I think I'd prob just ask
    For one for my birthday or something!!! And try using a onesie until then! x

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  10. Kristelle Scott Duchesneau17 April 2012 at 21:14

    What a great idea!

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