Machine wash and dry on Cool or Warm using your favorite detergent, and that's it!
Over Crowding, HIGH HEAT, Bleach, Fabric Softener, Dryer Sheets or an Iron - it won't need it.
Larger Size Comforters Require a large HE (no agitator) Front Loading or Commercial Size Washing Machine and Dryer (5.2 Cubic Feet or Larger). Washing your Comforter in a Top Loading Machine or Overstuffing your Washing Machine and Dryer may cause unnecessary stress on seams and could cause your stuffing inside to bunch.
Fading and Bleeding:
The dye process we use is 100% color fast and will not fade or bleed, but we recommend washing them separately from other items so nothing ruins your new bedding. And always zip (or snap) your duvet closed before washing to avoid undue stress on the fasteners and seams.
Even though our products do not bleed in the wash, HIGH HEAT and Dryer CROWDING will cause the dye to re-sublimate, causing the design to migrate and ghost. As well, over heating our fabric can cause it to burn, melt, and discolor, AVOID HIGH HEAT!
Do not use chlorine bleach, while bleach is great for removing stains and keeping whites, white. Bleach may not completely remove a stain, and will fade and discolor our design.
Fabric Softener & Dryer Sheets:
Fabric Softeners and Dryer Sheets leave a wax build up on fabric, that waxy build up causes fabric to look dull, pill, and collect bacteria causing the fabric to smell. Our fabrics naturally wick moisture away from the skin to keep you cool at night, dryer sheets will cause the pours of the fabric to clog and the fabric to become hot and sticky over time. Try wool dryer balls to keep your bedding fluffy and soft, and use a few drops of your favorite essential oil on the dryer balls for a clean fresh scent.
Iron & Wrinkles:
Don't iron your bedding, it can melt and burn. Our fabrics are naturally wrinkle resistant, so if you use dryer balls and take your bedding directly out of the dryer when the cycle ends, and Iron wont be necessary.