How to wash duvet and down jackets

Last updated 25/05/2020 10:39

If you take good care of your down it will take care of you. Adding dryer balls to the drum of your dryers stop feathers from clustering in your jacket's corners. So you can stay consistently warm and cosy.


1. Use low temperatures for down

Be sure to wash your down on a lukewarm, gentle cycle and set the machine on one extra rinse cycle to remove any trace of detergent.


2. Washing down pillows, duvets and jackets in a washing machine

For the best dry, use the wool program. If your washing machine does now have a wool program - choose a long cycle at a medium temperature and use drying balls to ensure it comes out light, fluffy and smelling great. Don't take it out until it's 100% dry.


3. Protect the surface of your down jacket

Launder your down separately from other garments with empty pockets, close velcro tabs and keep zippers done up to avoid surface damage.


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