The Ultimate Guide To Caring For Your Bedding
Are you getting a very deep sleep in a quiet and peaceful environment? You are probably sleeping in fluffy, silky soft, luxurious and designer bed sheets. Do you know that a comfortable sleeping environment can work wonders on your health? It helps prevent fatigue, depression, anxiety, stress, and weight gain. Adequate sleep also helps to prevent health conditions like headaches, arthritis, and diabetes.
Clean bedding is the foundation of a lovely bed arrangement and key to getting a good night's sleep every night. High-quality bed sheets, like any other home investment, deserve the best love, care, and maintenance, and knowing how to wash, dry, and store bedding is critical to its beauty and longevity.
This guide will provide you with information about bed linen care.
Bed Linen Care - How?
Discover how to maintain your bed linen in top shape with these easy, practical guidelines, which include everything from washing and ironing suggestions to storing recommendations.
When we say smart washing, it means using some helpful hacks while washing your bed linen.
Button all buttons and zip all zippers before loading to avoid hooking, tugging, ripping, and post-laundry sad faces.
To get the best results, don't fill up the machine, and avoid tossing towels in with your bedding because they tend to develop lint that can stick to your bed sheets.
While it has always been said that hot water is ideal for washing bed linens, it's actually better to use cold water. Hot water weakens fibres, fades colours, and causes shrinking. Using cold water reduces wear and tear on your sheets and saves energy, which means it has a lower environmental impact.
Dry the Linens in the Shade
Prefer line-drying your clothes indoors or outdoors, keeping them out of direct sunshine. There are numerous benefits here: it not only saves energy and extends the life of bedding, but it also helps materials feel and smell better. Untangle fabrics that have twisted during the wash cycle before putting them in the dryer.
Sheets, pillow covers should be replaced every one to two weeks. This should be more frequent when someone is unwell. Comforters, pillows, and decorative pillow cases should be washed 2-4 times a year, and whenever spills or stains occur.
For Decorative pillows, follow the care directions on the label of each pillow, and spot clean as needed.
Make sure your bedding is thoroughly dry before folding and storing it. It will help avoid mildew and the damp odour that comes with it.
The natural fibres need to breathe; Store your bedding in a cool, dry place with adequate air circulation. Avoid cardboard or plastic storage, which can yellow over time.
Use Bedding Protectors
Use of bedding protectors aids in avoiding the bed bugs in your mattress extending the life of your products. Our mattress protectors provide an extra layer of softness and comfort while also protecting and extending its life. Mattress protectors can also protect mattresses from night sweats.
Avoid Fabric Softeners & Bleach
Powdered detergent, fabric softeners, and bleaching agents bind and weaken natural fabrics, so avoid them if you want your bedding to retain its high quality. To prevent discoloration, use mild detergents for washing.
Duroflex has recently launched 3 collections in bed sheets which are unique in all aspects. Made from 100% cotton, these 3 collections - Elements Classic, Grandeur Prime and Splendor Classic are 100% antibacterial bed sheets that feature contemporary designs. They come with pillow covers and are very easy to clean.
The unique specialties of Duroflex bed sheets are:
- 100% Cotton
- Made using fine cotton for utmost breathability and comfort
- N9 Pure Silver Technology
- Sustainable technology harnessing the natural antibacterial power of silver to keep your bed linen safe & hygienic
- Neutralizes odour-causing bacteria on contact, keeping your bed linen fresh for long
Comforter Care - How?
Comforter is a quilted soft blanket, which is used to keep you warm. The Duroflex Snug - Reversible Microfibre Comforter comes lightweight and is washable. This anti-allergy comforter is hypoallergenic and will keep you warm while also feeling light and comfortable. It retains the stuffing in place for superior comfort and long-term durability. Because the comforter is reversible, you may match it to your mood or your surroundings as needed. You can wash our comforter easily in a washing machine.
Decorative comforters, on the other hand, come in a range of colours and shapes and do not require covers. The comforter covers should be washed weekly—monthly if you use a top sheet—but the comforter itself won't need to be washed unless anything spills on it. Launder comforters as needed, following the label's directions.
Mattress Care - How?
The best approach to protect your mattress from allergy-inducing dust is to use a mattress protector. You can consider buying a Duroflex mattress protector as they are antiviral, antibacterial, 100% waterproof and stain proof, and are absolutely safe for your skin. It prevents perspiration from seeping into the mattress, which might cause it to deteriorate faster. Duroflex mattresses are built so well that they don't need to be flipped. To have your mattress stay fresh and hygienic it is best to get professional deep cleaning done bi-annually.
Using a cover can help to extend the life of your mattress. When your mattress causes you a stiff back, it's time to replace it; it's likely lost its softness and the springs have worn down.
Duroflex has been providing luxury comfort to its customers with quality mattresses, pillows, mattress protectors, beds, and many more. We have now entered into bed linen as well with an aim to provide quality bed sheets. Our bed sheets are of premium quality which will give you the best comfort. Explore now!