Thursday, 17 May 2018
You spend 1/3 of your life in bed. Your sheets will be enjoyed for years if you avoid these 7 common misconceptions. 1. Not removing makeup before going to bed Sleeping with your makeup on not only can damage your skin but also can stain your pillowcases. Lotions can leave oily stains. Some skin products
Saturday, 01 July 2017
Silk is a wonderful, natural fabric, and is a strong fabric. With proper care, silk can last for a long time. Hand washing is a goof option for cleaning silk bedding. 1. Fill bathtub with lukewarm or cold water. 2. Add about two teaspoons of detergent to the water. 3. Soak the silk bedding in
Saturday, 13 May 2017
Chinese silk blanket has beauty, luster and texture because of the silk fibers it contains. Silk is the most luxurious natural fiber in the world. Hand-washing or dry cleaning the silk blanket for the first 2/3 times, preserving the gloss of the satin and softening the silk fibers. Some color especially the darker tones will
Tuesday, 28 February 2017
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
Thursday, 16 February 2017
Do you know how to care for delicate silk comforters and silk duvet covers? Silk fibers are sensitive to water, heat, agitation and detergent. You had better not use wet cleaning or dryers. If you want to remove dust and dirt from your silk comforter without damaging the fibers, you can try airing and vacuuming.
Tuesday, 14 February 2017
Read the bedding’s care label carefully before washing your comforter. If it says dry cleaning only, you have to take your comforters to dry cleaner. What’s more, different types of comforters require different ways to clean. For silk filled comforters, you must be very careful for the delicate nature of silk fibers. How to Clean
Thursday, 12 January 2017
Silk bedspreads absorb moisture to keep you cool in the summer, but it hugs your body to keep you warm during winter. However, silk is a natural and delicate fiber. To make sure it remains like new for years to come, you can try the following simple steps. Hand Washing Fill a clean bath tub
Friday, 06 January 2017
Silk is a natural, lightweight, and insulating material made by worms and comes in a variety of types. People often choose silk blankets for their bedding. If silk gets careful care, it can be used in many years for it actually possesses strong fibers. You shouldn’t wash silk blankets often, once a year is recommended.