duvet. Saturday , July 01st , 2017 - 03:14:13 AM
Synthetic-filled duvets are, as mentioned above, heavier and have a shorter lifespan. However, you can wash them at home if your machine is large enough, and their filling is hypoallergenic.
It did not take long for the use of duvets to migrate from Europe to the rest of the world. People visiting Europe soon found out how warm and comfortable these were and so then did the rest of the world. They are still made with Eider Down, but can be quite pricy, and if you have an allergy, feathers can be a problem, so you are also able to purchase cotton and fiber filled duvets.
Bedding however can be a great living and hiding place for all sorts of dust and dirt and duvets are no different. Dust mites can thrive in the duvet and it's important that it be cleaned regularly. If you are allergic to dust and dust mites it would be especially important to find a duvet cover that is resistent to dust mites passing through the material. Cleaning the duvet seems as though it could be a challenging process. A large commercial washing machine is recommended for a duvet to be cleaned. You should not have a duvet dry cleaned as the chemicals may damage the filler material. If you choose to dry your duvet in the dryer you should stop it periodically and break up any lumps of damp filler material that have clumped together. You should also use low heat to dry your duvet.
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