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Cotton doona covers

Who hasn't wished they could spend some quiet time curled up under a warm, cozy cover? If you're like most people, at some point throughout the year you undoubtedly like cuddling up in cotton doona covers. And if you're like most people, you probably don't give the cotton used to make these covers any thought. It's only cotton, after all. But you might not be aware that cotton is one of the worst crops for the environment. In actuality, cotton uses the most water of any crop—more than 20 gallons—to produce one pound! This is why it's crucial to pick a cover made of environmentally responsible and sustainable materials. Check out these cotton doona covers that use sustainable materials—they might just be the perfect addition to your home!

What are cotton RUHO covers and how do they work?

RUHO covers are a particular style of cotton-made bed cover. Many people use them to cover their mattresses in the winter and they come in many sizes and forms. Your RUHO cover rolls out like a carpet when you open it, ready to be used once more. A RUHO cover's primary advantage is that it keeps you warm while you sleep.

Utilizing a RUHO cover also has the advantage of keeping your bed clean. Normal bedcovers allow dust and debris to settle on the blanket, which then gets transferred to your bedding. However, filth and dust won't adhere to the RUHO cover because it is constructed of fabric that doesn't effectively absorb liquids. This means that you will not have to worry about cleaning your bedding as often if you use a RUHO cover.

Why choose Ruholiving Cotton doona covers?

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How to install a cotton RUHO cover

  1. It's crucial to measure the width and length of the desired RUHO cover sets before beginning the installation process.

  2. Next, gently pull the cords to remove any outdated fabric or drapery lining from your window. Make careful to save any extra fabric for a future project.

  3. Lay the new RUHO cover out on top of your window, making sure that all of its sides are parallel, and use a pair of scissors to trim away the excess material.

  4. Start sewing a straight or zigzag stitch along the edges of the freshly cut cloth pieces. Your RUHO cover should be temporarily measured and stitched along each side until it is precisely the right width and length. Never forget to leave a 1-2 inch seam allowance at both ends!

  5. After sewing each side, turn your RUHO cover right-side out and press down firmly with an iron. Once pressed, trim off any extra fabric around the edges with a sharp blade.

  6. Finally, make sure to attach Velcro straps along one long edge of your cotton RUHO cover so that it can be easily attached to your window frame!

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