Q: What is the difference between a duvet and a comforter?
A: A duvet is a type of bedding that is filled with natural or synthetic fibers such as down, wool, or feathers. It is composed of two separate pieces: an insert and a cover. The insert fits into the duvet cover like a pillow in a pillowcase. A comforter, on the other hand, is a quilted blanket filled with synthetic fibers. It is ready to use and does not require a separate cover.
Q: What is the difference between a duvet insert and a duvet cover?
A: A duvet insert, also known as a duvet, is the filling of the bedding. It is placed inside a duvet cover, which is a protective and decorative cover that fits over the insert like a pillowcase fits over a pillow.
Q: What does it mean for a product to be OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certified?
A: OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification means that a product has been tested for harmful substances in order to protect the health of the consumer. This certification ensures that every component of the product, from the fabric to the thread and accessories, has been rigorously tested against a list of up to 350 toxic chemicals.
Q: What is cationic dye?
A: Cationic dyes are dyes that can be dissociated into positively charged ions in aqueous solution. They interact with the negative groups on the fiber molecules to form salts, which can be firmly attached to the fibers, thereby staining the fibers.
Q: How should I wash and care for your bedding products?
A: Our bedding products are best washed in cold water and tumble dried on low heat.
Q: How can I fluff up my comforter before using it?
A: Since the comforter is packaged in a vacuum bag, it is highly recommended to dry it with a tennis ball in low heat or to gently tap the comforter while exposing it to the sun. This will help to bring back its fluffiness.
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