The Ultimate Guide: How To Care for Your Bedding

Just like all other things in life require love and care – your bedding does too!

This is the one thing that looks after you by providing you the comfiest of sleep, so it’s equally important to reciprocate this care.

How do you do that? You do that by following a number of instructions through which you can care for your bed sheets – so that they can keep providing you with ever-lasting comfort.

Washing & Drying:

Washing your sheets and pillowcases is key when it comes to looking after your linens. This will help keep your bedding clean and fresh. Use warm water and a mild detergent, and be sure to follow the care instructions on the label.

Use a mild bleach alternative or oxygen bleach for whites and other solid-colored sheets. Avoid using chlorine bleach, as it can yellow or weaken the fabric. Avoid using fabric softener, as it can coat the fibers and reduce the absorbency of your sheets. Instead, try using white vinegar in the rinse cycle to soften and remove any residue.

How to wash your bedding?

Dry your sheets on a low or medium heat setting. Avoid over drying, as high heat can cause shrinkage and damage to the fabric. If you have a comforter or duvet cover, it's a good idea to wash it every few months or so. Use a large capacity washing machine and a mild detergent. Dry these on a low heat setting or hang it outside to air dry.

Use a mattress protector:

A mattress protector will help protect your mattress from spills, stains, and dirt. It's also a good idea to use a protector if you have allergies, as it can help keep dust mites and other allergens at bay.

Fluff your pillows regularly:

To keep your pillow inserts fluffy and comfortable, fluff them every few days. This will help redistribute the filling and prevent lumps from forming.

How to wash your sheets & pillows?

Store your bedding properly:

Every time the seasons change, you’re bound to rotate your bedding around. The warmer linens such as comforters and weighted blankets come out while the lighter materials are stored away. Store your bedding in a dry, cool place when you're not using it. This will help prevent mold and mildew from forming. Avoid folding or stacking heavy items on top of them, as this can cause permanent creases.

How can you store your bedding?

By following these tips, you can help keep your bedding clean, fresh, and comfortable for a good night's sleep!

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