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Wash & Care

We want to ensure that you have the best sleeping conditions possible at all times. Because a good night's sleep is the best foundation for a healthy and balanced existence. That is why, in addition to manufacturing our bedding to the highest quality standards, we wish to emphasize the importance of correct care. So you can enjoy your down and feather products for a long time, here are the most important tips and tactics for keeping your pillows, duvets, blankets, and even down jackets in great condition.


Regularly ventilate

Bedding, like wine, need time to "breathe" before it can be stretched out freely. As a result, do not cover your pillow or duvet soon after waking up. If feasible, air bed linen on the balcony or at the window on a regular basis. The length of time the bed linen should be aired depends on the weather. In the summer, when it is a little warmer in the morning, an hour is generally sufficient. Up to two hours is recommended at other times of the year. Please avoid exposing the bedding to rain or high humidity (e.g., fog). Down should not be exposed to direct sunlight since it will grow dry and brittle.



Dust and lint on duvet covers are best removed with a soft brush. Please do not use a vacuum cleaner or carpet beater.

Washing your down comforter

With proper maintenance and airing out, a high-quality down duvet can last for a decade. Professional cleaning is essential if you want your blanket to retain its plush feel after purchase; fortunately, duvets can be washed in your own machine (11 to 15 lbs capacity). However, a laundromat with 26 lbs washing machines may be more suitable for laundering extra-large duvets. Check the label to find out what wash cycle settings to use. We advise washing at 140 degrees F. The frequency with which you should clean your down duvet is proportional to its level of use. It's recommended to do so at least once every three years.


Use proper detergent

Before putting your down items in the washer, make sure you have checked for any holes. When washing, minor cracks might widen and become useless rips in the down product. Finding a gap like that and plugging it is usually all that's required.

Use a gentle detergent or a specialized down detergent like Seventh Generation Liquid Laundry Detergent for cleaning down and feathers product. Fabric softener, which can cause the down to clump together, should also be avoided. Keep in mind the recommended washing temperature (usually between 80 and 140 degrees for down bedding) and avoid excessive spinning when possible. After washing, you should always completely dry your down garments. How to dry things properly is covered in the next chapter.


Dry down thoroughly and completely

When you're done washing your down items, you should always dry them right away. Avoid drying your down item over or near a heat source by instead using a tumble dryer on the highest heat setting. In the long run, this is the only viable option for preserving quality.

If the down isn't dried thoroughly, it can develop a musty odor or get clumped together throughout the drying process. After the first drying cycle, remove the load from the dryer, give it a good shake before hanging it up to cool. This will ensure that all the moisture has been removed. In the event that you still find moist areas, you should dry them out again. For modern dryers that turn off too soon, a damp towel can fool the sensors.
Using a high capacity drum in the tumble dryer is ideal for drying your down products. It's easier for the down to redisperse if it has more room to do so. The addition of three or four dryer balls to the drying process, or some clean, colorless tennis balls, will help maintain the fluffy feel of washed items. With the balls' rolling action, the down may relax and restore its loft.

*If the filling still feels damp and lumpy after the first drying cycle, you should definitely put it through another. If the dryer switches off too early, the sensors can be tricked by adding in a damp towel.


Down laundry without a dryer is NOT advised

It is not advised that you machine wash your down pillows, down jackets, or any other down product without also drying them. Without a dryer, drying can be a time-consuming and complicated operation, and there's a chance the down will permanently clump together. Mold or harmful bacteria can grow if there is still moisture in the down. As a result, taking your down items to a launderette for a thorough drying is recommended. If the care label on your down item specifies that it should not be tumble dried, you should get your bedding cleaned professionally.