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Good or bad idea ?: poufs made with human hair

I am the first to defend recycling in almost all its versions, almost always that something can be reused or can serve as raw material for the manufacture of something else, it will be fine to do so, but there are things that continue to give me a bit of repelús. One of them is the use of human hair for the manufacture of seats. It is true that in the hairdressers a lot of hair is gathered every day and that something could be done with it, but the same can be something else and not seats in which it is in sight.

Part of that hair is used to make wigs, but not everything goes, it depends on how much is cut and how, in addition, not all hairdressers keep it for that purpose. To make poufs like those in the photos the hair is great because the seat is fluffy and it is something cheap and relatively easy to get. But the idea doesn't convince me at all, I can't imagine something like that in my living room.

Perhaps in the waiting area of ​​a beauty salon I could have a certain grace, although even looking for the context that seems most appropriate to me still does not convince me at all. Perhaps if the coating were opaque and the hair was not seen inside... Of course, if that were the case, it would be much less funny, but the recycling and saving of material would be the same ... Let's see how you like it, would you like a human hair pouf in your living room?

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