- Made of cotton
- 200 thread count
- Set includes duvet cover and 2 standard shams
- Insert not included
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- Assembly may be required
Frequently Asked Duvet Covers Questions
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How to Wash a Duvet Cover
Like sheets, quilts and coverlets, duvet covers are generally machine-washable. However, always check the label in case! First, spot treat stains with a fabric cleaner or baking soda and water. Then stuff the cover in your machine and use mild laundry detergent to protect the colors and integrity of the fabric. Use the gentle cycle to make sure the machine doesn’t cause damage to the precious fabric. Once washed, place the duvet cover in the dryer unless the care instructions need it to be hang dried.
Duvet Cover vs. Comforter
If you’re wondering, “what is a duvet cover vs comforter,” we have the answer. Unlike comforters, duvet covers slip over a duvet to act as a protective layer making it easier to wash your bedding more often. Some people use duvets and their respective covers to eliminate the need for a flat top sheet, giving them a cooler night’s rest. Comforters are one piece of bedding with fabric and fill that is stitched together. Generally, they are filled with cotton, down or synthetic fibers, and come in comforter sets with matching pillowcases and sheets. Want to learn more? Check out this complete guide to bedding.
What is the Best Duvet Cover Material
Most duvet cover sets are made out of two materials: cotton and synthetic. Cotton duvet covers are a classic staple made with a naturally breathable cotton textile. Cotton is a hefty textile that is able to withstand washing but synthetic materials like polyester give you durability, ease of wash and can last for many years.