How To Wash A Duvet Appropriately
You enjoy the comfort of your Duvet until it is time to wash it, and you start feeling like you have a huge task to do. Your pretty Duvet needs cleaning and you don’t even know where to start? Just follow these two easy steps.
Remove the Cover and Wash
If you use a duvet cover, remove it. Get your gentle detergent and set your washer on gentle or delicate, making the largest capacity a cold water cycle. The best machine for duvet is a front load washer with a large capacity.
After your washing machine has completed its cycle, in order to make sure that all the detergent is removed from your duvet.
Once your duvet is washed and you have wrung the excess water out, you should place it in the dryer. If it is made from synthetic materials, dry it on low to medium heat cycle. Down and natural materials can’t withstand excess heat, so your dryer should be set on air or low and left to dry thoroughly.
If you want to fluff up your duvet once more, put some tennis balls in some socks and throw them in to agitate and return the fibers to their normal state. Stop the dryer every 30 minutes to rotate to allow them to dry perfectly and evenly.
You should wash your duvet only when it needs to be washed. You don’t have to wash it frequently. You can air it frequently to keep it smelling fresh.