Wash the comforter alone, on the delicate/gentle cycle.
Use warm water and a small amount of mild detergent.
Be sure to put it through the rinse cycle to ensure that all of the detergent is removed.
You may want to put it through two rinse cycles.
Can I wash a 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 my queen size comforter in the washing machine?
Wash the comforter on a gentle or delicate cycle with a detergent made for down, or with a non-bleach detergent, using 1/3 the amount used for a typical load of laundry. Run the comforter through an extra spin-dry cycle to help squeeze out as much water as possible.
Where can I wash a large comforter?
Take Large Comforters to the Laundromat
If you have a king-size comforter and the instructions allow for a machine wash, you may need to take it to the laundromat. There, you’ll be able to use a large-capacity washing machine to ensure an effective wash.
Is it better to dry clean or wash a comforter?
We do not recommend to have your comforter dry cleaned because the harsh chemicals are not good for the down. Most dry cleaners can do either process but if want your comforter to be laundered, you need to ask to be sure they have washing capabilities because not all dry cleaners launder as well.