Among the family of comforters, a down comforter is considered to be the most expensive. The warmth of the down toddler comforter is undeniable, as the down itself is a triangular skeleton structure, so the storage of air is relatively large, and the insulation is good, so it can maintain the temperature of the human body in the comforter and is not easily affected by the room temperature. This means that a down comforter can be used in a general living room, and it does not have to be at a very low temperature to be used; it can be used in spring, autumn, and winter.
As the temperature gets warmer, the comforter will eventually need to be stored away. So, do you know how to store a comforter properly?
A comforter is a thin bedspread with cotton wadding between two layers of fabric. If you own some duvets and you may be troubled by yellowing, odor, or damaged fluff, then this storage guide is for you.
The first step: ventilate and dry in advance. Avoid breeding mites, yellowing, and odor.
Before storing the duvet, if possible a wash is recommended, please remember to use home textile professional washing care and avoid dry cleaning, which can damage the down and affect the fluffiness. Then do a proper drying to ensure that the moisture inside is removed. But you can't hang out in the sun for a long time, too long instead will absorb moisture and is more likely to directly damage the down fibers.
The down comforter removes moisture, and can better prevent the breeding of mites bacteria, avoid the down comforter storage after the moisture produced yellowing, and so on.
The second step: use the cloth bag storage, avoid damage to the down, and affect the fluffy.
In the "down can be compressed storage" this issue, some people also have different views, for example, some people think that natural down can automatically recover, even if you use the water to wash, dry with a hand pat will be restored, not to mention just vacuum compression, so think that the down is compressible.
The down of a duvet is a spherical structure, and the fibers cannot withstand prolonged vacuum compression. A lot of people choose to vacuum compress the fluffy down comforter to save space, although it saves time, the damage to the down is great. Generally speaking, the proportion of the down comforter compressed should not be higher than 70%.
When storing the down comforter, is it packed in a plastic bag or a cloth bag? This is a delicate matter. Because plastic bags are not breathable and impermeable to moisture, there will be a smell for a long time.
If you use a cloth bag to fill the duvet, you can play a role in protecting the duvet, but also breathable and breathable. You can put a packet of activated carbon or desiccant inside the storage bag, which can play the role of moisture absorption, and at the same time can remove the odor.
The third step: Avoid light and do not heavy pressure. Avoid yellowing and affecting the fluffiness.
After the microfiber quilted comforter is stored, it should be placed in a dry and light-proof place, avoiding direct storage in that kind of place with strong light, and the long time light will affect the yellowing of the surface.
In addition, when storing the duvet, try to choose to let the duvet on the top layer, avoid the bottom layer, to avoid affecting the fluff.
Good bedding to have a good sleep.