Duvet Covers is a simple, inexpensive way to add style and function to your duvet bed. Whether your duvet is plain white, decorated with quilt-style designs, a duvet with a quilt top, or an antique duvet covered with lace or satin, a duvet cover will add some flair to any room in your home. A cover for a duvet can be bought in many different styles and fabrics, making it a wonderful gift to give that special someone you know.
- While some duvets will be plain, quilted or decorative, not all duvets have a basic duvet cover. Duvet Covers come in many different styles, patterns, fabrics, and colors. Usually, a duvet cover will include a zipper or button for easy attachment and removal and usually have corner ties to hold the cover in place when the duvet is put to bed. In addition, most duvet covers can be made from materials such as cotton, but sometimes they can also be made from other fabrics, such as silk or chiffon.
- Duvet covers can be used over again, keeping your duvet clean and looking new. If a fabric covering is not used as often as other types of covers, it may need to be cleaned more frequently than a cover made of cotton or other fabric. You should clean the duvet cover every couple weeks, using a mild cleaning product. If you do decide to use cotton, it is recommended that you use a cotton cloth and not a cotton/polyester blend fabric cleaner, as the cotton will absorb the stain as well as the cleaner.
- Some fabrics may require that you use a slightly different type of fabric cleaner than what you normally would for your duvet cover. While some duvet covers can be washed in cold water or dish soap and water combination, others may require you to use a special cleaning product. Before washing your duvet cover, it is important to dry the duvet, either by laying it flat to air dry or using a fan to blow dry the cover.
- Duvet cover stains should be removed with a mild detergent, as bleach can discolor your duvet cover if it is left on it for too long. You should try to avoid scrubbing a stained duvet cover, as it can ruin the pattern of the duvet cover and cause permanent staining. Once the stain has been removed from your duvet, it is important to remove the stain from the fabric by hand, using a fabric softener, before wiping it off with a clean, dry, soft cloth. The stain should then be dried using the duvet cover and put back into the duvet case.
- If the fabric is stained, it is important to immediately take steps to remove the stain before the stain sets in, so that you can remove the stain completely before the cover is put into the case. It is also important to keep the stain from setting in. It is best to allow the stain to set before using a cover, as that can cause damage to the cover. If the stain does not set in for some time, it is better to dry the stain with a damp cloth and to place the stain on the fabric cleaner, rather than the fabric cleaner. If the stain becomes too thick, blotting the stain with a cloth or paper towel will help reduce the severity of the stain.
- When it comes to choosing a stain remover for your duvet cover, most fabric softeners are not suitable for stain removal, so it is a good idea to use a cotton swab or an old toothbrush to remove the stain. You should allow the stain to set for a few minutes, so that the stain remover can work its way into the fabric and work its way out. Once the stain remover is removed from the fabric, it is important to let it set for a few minutes before placing it back in the case or the cover. Leaving it on for too long may cause permanent staining of the fabric, which is not desirable.