Silk filled comforters are expensive and more delicate than cotton filled ones. Silk fiber is a strong and yet very fragile fiber, it needs proper care.
Use A Duvet Cover To Protect Your Silk Comforter
You can cover your silk comforter with a duvet cover or top sheet to preserve and protect it. Thus, you can frequently wash the cover or top sheet. And you don’t need to wash the silk comforter, for the cleaning process will damage the silk.
Use Sunlight to Clean Silk Comforter
- The traditional yet safest way to clean silk comfort is sunlight. Put silk comforters in the sun for an hour, will significantly kill dust mites and bacteria.
- If your silk comforter becomes heavy or starts to lose heat retention, you can air it periodically. Air the silk comforter for one or two hour at the most, and cover a layer of thin cloth on it for protection.
- Alternatively, place the comforter in the dryer with low heat setting for a short time, no more than 30 minutes.
Blow Silk Comforter With A Blower
- Hang silk comforter.
- Blow comforter with a blower to make it smooth and submissive again.
Storing of Silk Comforters
- Never place silk comforter in a damp and fuggy environment, place it in rubber bags. Otherwise, the comforter will lose its warmth retention and air permeability.
- Do not place heavy things on the quilt. Otherwise, it will be thinned and hardened.
- Never use camphor ball or other chemical drugs to avoid silk pollution.
Shop for Natural Silk Comforters
- (Summer) Mulberry Silk Filled Comforter – 1Kg Silk Fibers
- (Summer) Mulberry Silk Filled Comforter – 1.5Kg Silk Fibers
- Mulberry Silk Filled Comforter – 2Kg Silk Fibers
- Mulberry Silk Filled Comforter – 2.5Kg Silk Fibers
- (Winter) Mulberry Silk Filled Comforter – 3Kg Silk Fibers
- (Winter) Mulberry Silk Filled Comforter – 3.5Kg Silk Fibers
- (Winter) Mulberry Silk Filled Comforter – 4Kg Silk Fibers
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