Your beloved bean bag chair has gone flat. Perhaps it’s carried an increasingly heavy load for too long, or maybe it’s cushioned the landing from one too many jumping kids, but what once was full of life is now not. When fluffing doesn’t work, it’s time to think about refilling the stuffing, and for that, there are several options like polystyrene, shredded memory foam, and plastic pellets. Each material has pros and cons and can affect a chair’s stiffness or cushion. Here are three things to consider when your beanbag chair needs a makeover.