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Polyester duvet cover

Duvet covers are one of the most important pieces of furniture in a home. Not only do they add comfort and style, but they can also act as a protection against allergens and other pests. One of the problems with traditional duvet covers is that they are often made from polyester. This synthetic fabric is not environmentally friendly, and it has been linked to health problems such as cancer. If you’re looking for an environmentally friendly alternative to polyester duvet covers, we have some good news for you. There are now a variety of organic cotton and wool duvet cover options available on the market.

What is a polyester duvet cover?

A polyester duvet cover is a type of bedspread made of a soft, heat-resistant fabric that is often used to cover a duvet comforter. Polyester is a synthetic fiber that is most commonly used in clothing, insulation, and other textiles because it is strong yet lightweight.

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Washing your polyester duvet cover

If you are not sure if your polyester duvet cover is machine-washable, here is how to wash it:

1. Remove the cover from the duvet
2. Add enough cool water to cover the cover and soak for 30 minutes
3. Drain and rinse the cover with cool water
4. Hang the cover to dry

Drying your polyester duvet cover

If you are going to be drying your polyester duvet coverlets, it is best to do so on a low heat setting. Do not use a dryer that is over 60 degrees Celsius as this can damage the fabric. If you have a thermal protector for your dryer, place the duvet cover on it before turning it on. Once the duvet cover is dry, remove it from the thermal protector and hang it up to finish drying.

Storage tips for your polyester duvet cover

If you're looking for a durable and affordable duvet cover, polyester is a good option. Polyester is also lightweight, so it's easy to move around if your bedroom changes configurations. Here are some tips for storing your polyester duvet cover:

1. Keep the cover clean and free of dirt and dust. Wipe down the cover with a dry cloth every time you use it to prevent dirt and dust from accumulating over time.

2. Don't put the cover in direct sunlight or near flames. Sunlight will fade the color of the fabric, while heat can cause the fabric to degrade over time.

3. If you'll be using your duvet comforter coverr on an extra-long basis, store it folded in half so that it's not taking up too much space.

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