duvet. Friday , July 14th , 2017 - 16:14:14 PM
You should also consider whether you want a natural filling (i.e. duck or goose down or silk) or a synthetic filling. Each has its own pros and cons. Natural-filled duvets are lighter in weight and tend to last longer than synthetic-filled ones -- as much as 30 years as compared to 10 years for synthetic fill. As against that, natural duvets cannot be washed at home, since the filling must be dried completely, which is difficult to achieve with a home dryer. Some people also have allergic reactions to the feathers in natural fill.
In order to make the most of the experience of sleeping under a duvet, purchasing a quilted duvet is a good idea. In a regular duvet, chances are that the feathers may collect in one corner and make it uncomfortable for use.
A duvet is a type of bedding that is flat and filled with feathers, cotton, wool or synthetic fibers. It is used as a single covering, and unlike a comforter, is not meant to be used along with sheets and blankets. A duvet is generally placed inside a cover that is generally made of cotton, and this is what we call a duvet cover. A duvet cover protects the duvet from getting all soiled up, and is easier to clean than the duvet itself. It also serves aesthetic purposes.
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