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Show your duvet some love every morning with two easy steps.
- Give it a good shake. This redistributes the filling and helps it recover.
- Pull back the covers. Airing your bed lets the fibres breathe and allows moisture to evaporate.
For best washing results wash at 40°C. We recommend professional laundering at your local dry cleaner due to the large capacity machines they use. We recommend you wash your duvet every 6-12 months, a good way to remember is to wash when you switch duvets for a new season. If you do wash at home it's essential you get your duvet 100% dry, if it is not fully dry the filling can be compromised, clumping together.
Keep your pillows looking and feeling their best with a shake and a plump every morning. Always use a pillow protector to protect from accidental spills and stains, washing your protector frequently to maintain a clean and fresh pillow.
Avoid using optical brighteners to prevent colours becoming washed out and possible staining from the bleach within them. Always use the best detergent for the product you are washing: for colour fabrics it is best to use washing gels or detergents formulated for colours and for pure whites, stick to powders. Due to the style of the fabric this looks great un-ironed. If you really must iron, do it while the sheets are still slightly damp
Machine Wash At 40°c. Do Not Bleach. Medium Iron. Do Not Dry Clean. Tumble Dry At Low Temperature. KEEP AWAY FROM FIRE Avoid using optical brighteners to prevent colours becoming washed out and possible staining from bleach. For colour fabrics it is best to use washing gels and for whites, stick to powders.
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