Down Blankets – The best time to wash all the bedding is in spring and summer, when hot weather and blankets, quilts, comforters and pillows dry much faster. Wash quilts is easier than it seems. Come with me to see some tips for washing quilts. Something to consider before you wash a quilt, are the washing instructions on the label, which must follow without exception. Also make sure that the quilt has no breakage or this discoid somewhere.
If your down blankets is made of cotton general as happens you have to use detergents and soaps soft preferably without perfume and avoid fabric softener.
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Down blankets depending on what size have the quilt will be the way it’ll wash, if it is too big is better get him to a laundry though you wash in the tub but if medium and fits well in the washing machine of your home, you can wash at home. The first things you do is put the detergent in the washing machine and dissolve thoroughly with warm water and then put the comforter. It is important to use the delicate cycle in the washing machine. At the end of the wash, to make sure no detergent remains on the quilt, which will put in the washing machine again to rinse.