To clean your down comforter at home, start by machine washing it with warm water on a delicate setting.
When it’s finished washing, run it through a rinse cycle twice to make sure all the detergent is out of it.
Then, take your comforter out of the machine and hang it somewhere to air dry.
Can you put a goose down comforter in the washing machine?
Goose-down comforters can be quite expensive compared to synthetic, and they require special care to prevent clumping and flattening. Goose-down comforters are typically machine-washable, but they must be rinsed and dried thoroughly to restore loft and prevent mold or mildew growth.
What happens if you wash a down comforter?
With the right supplies and equipment, most down comforters can be cleaned in a washing machine (down itself it washable; it’s the comforter casing that can shrink and stretch). But if the care instructions on yours say dry-clean only, take the item to a professional.
Can you put a down comforter in the dryer?
Dry the comforter in an XL capacity dryer on low. This may take a few hours but will ensure that all the down is completely dry to prevent mold growth. You might want to add a few tennis balls to the dryer to help fluff the down as it dries.
Can I wash a feather duvet in the washing machine?
All Down and Down & Feather Fills:
Your duvets and pillows can be hand or machine washed. Place the duvet into a large machine with a small amount of mild liquid washing detergent and wash on a warm, gentle cycle so as not to stress the seams.