Wash the comforter with the machine set on the gentle or delicate cycle, using cool or warm water.
Since every comforter is a bit different, check the care tag or contact the manufacturer for detergent suggestions.
Then dry the comforter on low heat with a few tennis balls to plump it up.
How do you wash a large comforter?
Washing a Large Comforter
Fill the bathtub halfway with warm water and a capful of mild laundry detergent. Immerse the comforter in the water and wash it gently for a few minutes by hand. Afterward, drain the tub and rinse the comforter with warm water.
How often should you wash your comforter?
Sheets: The rule of thumb is to wash and/or change your sheets on a weekly basis. You can get away with every other week if weekly seems too much for you. Comforter: Bulkier blankets and duvets need to be washed typically 2-3 times per year. If you have a duvet cover, simply slip it off and throw it in the wash.
Can we wash comforter?
In general, wash comforters in cold water on the delicate cycle and add a second rinse, if possible. Dry your comforter on low heat for 1-2 hours or until it is dry, stopping the machine every 30 minutes to make sure the comforter is even distributed in the dryer.
Can I wash a king size comforter in a regular washing machine?
Most king-size comforters can be washed using your washing machine and dried in a clothes dryer. If your comforter is too large for your machine or if it is made out of delicate materials, hand-wash it and let it air dry instead. Either way, your comforter will be fresh and clean in no time.