While we have regular routines when it comes to washing clothes and bed linens, duvets and pillows are often neglected and not washed for longer than they should be. While most styles are machine washable, some will need to be dry cleaned or spot washed.
Duvets and pillows are usually the most neglected and most used items in a household when it comes to washing.
Washing them more frequently is important to keep them fresh and make them last longer, and is particularly important for allergy sufferers.
It helps to keep away accumulated dirt and dust while also helping to refresh the filling.
Generally speaking, pillows and duvets should be washed at 60C, enough to kill dust mites and bacteria.
This will help keep the weight of your duvet even and won’t make as much noise.
Use a normal spin setting and air dry your duvet afterwards instead of putting it in a dryer.
Drying your duvet in the sunlight is also a good idea, as it will kill micro-organisms.
Allow all pillows and duvets to air dry completely before putting it back on the bed.
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