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Kirkland Signature - Plush Blanket, Twin (66 in. x 90 in.), $9.97

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Sep 8, 2010
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100% polyester

100% your kid is wake up drenched in sweat from a non breathable blanket. No thanks.

Maybe ok used as a throw in the play room or something.
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StudYork wrote: 100% polyester

100% your kid is wake up drenched in sweat from a non breathable blanket. No thanks.

Maybe ok used as a throw in the play room or something.
my 3 yr old has been sleeping in this type of blanket entire winter, 100% he is not drenched in sweat in the morning. different people different needs.
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Great price, I think some people in this thread are looking for a classic comforter for this price.

I too would like that, but that's more likely coming from Amazon. The cheapest so far has been $20.

God bless.
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Is it available in the warehouse for cheaper price?
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StudYork wrote: 100% polyester

100% your kid is wake up drenched in sweat from a non breathable blanket. No thanks.

Maybe ok used as a throw in the play room or something.
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a lot of clothing is 100% polyester, there are different made and thickness out there, breath-ability cannot be known just by the material its made
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StudYork wrote: 100% polyester

100% your kid is wake up drenched in sweat from a non breathable blanket. No thanks.

Maybe ok used as a throw in the play room or something.
do you even have a kid?
there not a kid in the world, who doesn't kick the blanket away 5min into the sleep.
if a kid keeps the blanket on all night, despite getting so hot to be drenched in sweat, i think there is bigger problem...
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StudYork wrote: 100% polyester

100% your kid is wake up drenched in sweat from a non breathable blanket. No thanks.

Maybe ok used as a throw in the play room or something.
What the heck did I just read lol and how does it have 13 upvotes. Most athletic wear is made out of polyester... weird they would choose that fabric if it was non breathable and make you sweat.
https://www.palmgear.com/why-is-sportswear-made-of-polyester/
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Polar fleece is made out of polyester and is extremely breathable. It's like wool without itchiness. I'm really not sure why people think it's a bad choice and will drown people in it.
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StudYork wrote: 100% polyester

100% your kid is wake up drenched in sweat from a non breathable blanket. No thanks.

Maybe ok used as a throw in the play room or something.
So sick of 100% polyester in everything. It sucks.
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Jan 5, 2007
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StudYork wrote: 100% polyester

100% your kid is wake up drenched in sweat from a non breathable blanket. No thanks.

Maybe ok used as a throw in the play room or something.
Cheap enough to use for blanket forts.

For my kids it seems best when they have thin (non-fleece) PJs. Otherwise yeah, the thick blanket that they use will make them sweaty and/or kick off the blanket.
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Jun 8, 2019
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Can't you just grab one for free from the Airplane?
I own a service with Public Mobile and with Fido.
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StudYork wrote: 100% polyester

100% your kid is wake up drenched in sweat from a non breathable blanket. No thanks.

Maybe ok used as a throw in the play room or something.
Nike dri fit, Adidas Climacool, Uniqlo Airism and some high quality polyester blankets from the airlines..... You may want to try the polyester underwears for a change.

Thanks OP, in for one.
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roedoe wrote: Can't you just grab one for free from the Airplane?
Can you link me to a flight under $10? Last I checked you can't just drive up to a airline and ask for a free blanket.
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Aug 26, 2019
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I was expecting there to be a large tacky Kirkland logo on this. Since there is not, I cannot use this to match my Kirkland sweater. Pass.
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roedoe wrote: Can't you just grab one for free from the Airplane?
Try to get anything for free from the airlines these days.

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