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Care Instructions

Keep your comforts looking their best with these tips and tricks.

 Silk

–  Hand-wash your silk pillowcases in cool water.

– Rinse them thoroughly to remove all soap residue.

– Remember, silk is delicate when wet. Avoid wringing or twisting the pillowcases, as this can damage the weaker, wet fibers.

– While machine washing is possible, use the gentlest cycle available.

– Consider using a mesh laundry bag, especially if your machine has a center agitator. This will help prevent snags and twists in the delicate silk fibers.

– Avoid bleach entirely.

– Silk pillowcases air dry quickly, usually within a few hours. No ironing necessary.

Linen

– Machine wash on a gentle cycle in warm water using a mild detergent

– Wash with items similar in color and fabric

– Avoid washing with items that may have zippers or hooks that could cause pilling

– Line dry or tumble dry on low heat, removing promptly

– Do not use chlorine bleach, benzoyl peroxide, and other harsh chemicals

Cotton

– Machine wash in cool water using a mild detergent

– Wash with items similar in color and fabric

– Avoid washing with items that may have zippers or hooks that could cause pilling

– Tumble dry on low heat to preserve the natural fibers

– Avoid using chlorine bleach, benzoyl peroxide, and other harsh chemicals

Flannel

– Machine wash on a gentle cycle in cool water using a mild detergent

– Wash with items similar in color and fabric

– Avoid washing with items that may have zippers or hooks that could cause pilling

– Tumble dry on low heat, removing promptly

– Do not use chlorine bleach, benzoyl peroxide, and other harsh chemicals

– Use an iron on warm heat as needed

Down Alternative

– Machine wash in cool water on delicate cycle in a large capacity front-load washing machine with a maximum temperature of 30°C (86°F) while not over filling machine

– Use mild detergent and do not use fabric softeners or conditioners

– Tumble dry on low

– Use a dryer ball when drying pillows or duvet (a dryer ball will maintain movement of the fibers, allowing for faster and more even drying)

– Ensure items are completely dry before storing and re-fluff before storage or before use

– Do not store in plastic

– Wash heavily soiled items separately from lightly soiled items

Down

– Down Duvet Insert should be used with a duvet cover at all times. Failure to do so will cause premature wear and invalidate the warranty.
– Prior to use, shake the duvet insert vigorously to help fluff up the down. It will take about 1 week of use before the outer fabric softens up and the down lofts up to its full potential.
– A properly preserved duvet insert should only require cleaning after five to ten years, if at all.
– If your insert requires cleaning, have the comfort DRY CLEANED or PROFESSIONALLY WASHED by a reputable cleaner that specializes in cleaning down + feather products.
– DO NOT attempt to machine wash or dry clean this product yourself. If the filling stays even slightly damp, the down + feather will clump together and may allow mildew growth.

Blankets + Throws

See individual product pages for care instructions.

Bath

– Machine wash in warm water, on normal cycle with a maximum temperature of 40°C (104°F)

– Use mild detergent and non-chlorine bleach only

– Do not use fabric softeners or conditioners as these products will reduce the towels absorbency

– Tumble dry on low-medium heat with a maximum temperature of 65°C (149°F)

– Remove towels promptly to reduce wrinkling

– Do not iron

– Wash colours separately

– Wash heavily soiled items separately from lightly soiled items

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