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care guide

Everything we do is meant to be easy care and machine washable but there are specific tips and ways to keep your things nice and soft. Just follow these recommendations.


comforters & duvet covers

Machine washed in these types of washing machines: Top load machine 4.0 cubic feet capacity or more. Front load machine 4.5 to 5.0 cubic feet capacity.

Put the comforter in the washer evenly distributed in the basket. Pick the cycle you prefer and select a low spin cycle. If the washer is shaking a lot, stop the cycle, open the door and without taking the comforter out, try to improve the distribution of the comforter. Start the machine again on spin cycle only. Select low spin cycle. When done, start a second spin cycle, this time in medium. You can do this once or twice. The spin cycle will drain a lot of water that will then make the drying process faster. Once finished put the comforter in the dryer.

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pillows and throws

All our pillows have a washable removable cover. Machine wash cold with like colors. Gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low.

Machine wash cold. Gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low.

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bamboo sheets

Machine wash cold. Do not use fabric softeners. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low.Natural fibers tend to wrinkle. Using a softener on the dryer may help reduce wrinkles.

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crystal weighted blanket

Removable cover: machine wash cold. Gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low.Inside weighted blanket: hand wash with cold water.

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Machine wash cold with like colors. Gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Hang or lay flat to dry (see the product label for more specific instructions).

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Machine wash in warm water, with similar colors. Use 50% less detergent than you typically would*. Tumble dry low, with a fabric softener sheet. *When washing towels, we tend to add more soap than they need. The soap ends up being soaked up by the towels and hardening the fibers. If this happens, use a lot less soap than you usually do and add a fabric softener sheet to the dryer. The towels will come out clean, refreshed, and soft as new.

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