Monday, December 2, 2013
The key to cleaning your comforter and bedspread is to do it before they become too dirty. If your items become too heavily soiled, you may have to run them through the washer more than once; it's always easier to clean them before grime gets out of control.
What is the best way to wash comforter sets and bedspread?
When cleaning your bedding, always check their labels. The label will let you know if there are any special washing instructions that need to be followed. This step is also the best way to keep from fading or shrinking your bedding.
When washing bedding, it's a good idea to keep your washer full; a full washer means that your bedding won't be slung around and stretched out during the wash cycle. If you want to stop your bedding from fraying, always make sure that your washer is sufficiently full. Load up enough items to fill the machine; just be careful not to overfill it.
When you wash your bedding, remember that your fabric may lose some of its color. The best way to avoid mismatched bedding is to wash all of your matching items at once; if the color fades, your items still match each other.
When drying your bedding, you need to periodically take it out of the dryer. Large and bulky items tend to dry unevenly; if you remove them and change their position, you prevent hot spots. Hot spots damage, shrink and burn your bedding.
After you finish washing your bedding, store it in a dark and dry place; this helps to prevent mold and mildew. Never store your bedding in a plastic bag; it needs to be stored in a place that promotes air circulation.
There! Now you can sleep stress free on your clean sheets and comforters!
by: Palmetto Linen