How To Wash A Weighted Blanket?

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Are weighted blankets machine washable?

All of our weighted blankets are 100% machine washable. For best care, wash your weighted blanket on the gentle setting in COLD water and lay flat to dry. Please do not apply any heat on your blanket, as this will ruin the pellets inside.

How do you wash a 20 pound weighted blanket?

Wash the blanket alone in warm or cold water. Do not use the gentle cycle for heavier blankets in top loading washers. Blankets over 20 lb should be washed and dried in commercial washers and dryers. Tumble dry on low/medium heat or line dry.

How do you wash a heavy blanket in the washing machine?

“Blankets over 20 pounds should be taken to a laundromat and washed in a commercial-size machine simply to spare your home machine from wear and tear,” she says. If your blanket clocks in at under 20 pounds, wash it at home on the gentle cycle using cold water and a mild detergent.

How do you get pee out of a weighted blanket?

Removing Urine Stains

For stains that have dried, an enzyme laundry stain remover will need to be added to the stain or diluted into the washing water. If a urine smell still permeates the fabric after its first washing, wash the blanket a second time before drying.

Why can’t you wash a weighted blanket?

But frequent machine washing can cause damage on the weighted blanket – it can shrink the blanket’s fibers, cause uneven distribution of weight due to clumped fillers, affect the softness of the fabric, and possibly tear the blanket. Here are some ways to avoid frequent washing of your weighted blanket.

Are weighted blankets dangerous?

There are very few risks for using a weighted blanket. However, according to manufacturers, weighted blankets shouldn’t be used for toddlers under 2 years old, as it may increase the risk of suffocation. Always consult your pediatrician before trying a weighted blanket.

Are weighted blankets hot?

That being said, there are a few cons to weighted blankets, especially when it comes to having kids use them. They’re heavy, which makes them hard to travel with, they get hot, and it can prove difficult for children to use them on their own without parents there.

How do you wash a glass bead on a weighted blanket?

If your blanket clocks in at under 20 pounds, wash it at home on the gentle cycle using cold water and a mild detergent. “Blankets with both glass micro beads and plastic poly pellets should be safe in a machine, but it’s a good idea to consult the care tag on your blanket just to be sure,” she says.

Can weighted blanket be too heavy?

Using a weighted blanket that’s too heavy for you might be less than effective, counter-productive, and cause your system more stress instead, rather than calm and improve sleep. You can also end up getting too hot (instead of the comfortable warmth when you have the right gravity and length), resulting in poor sleep.

What happens if you wash a weighted blanket?

Despite how soft and luxurious they are, washing a weighted blanket made of minky material is quite easy. They’re more low maintenance than they appear. Just wash them on a cold or warm gentle cycle, use non-chlorine bleach, and be gentle with your scrubbing for stain removal.

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What’s inside a weighted blanket?

Filled with poly pellets, weighted discs, or glass beads, weighted blankets are heavier than standard blankets, and they apply pressure across the body to promote relaxation.

How do you disinfect a blanket without washing it?

Spray a fabric deodorizer over the comforter to freshen it even further, or fill a spray bottle with a 50/50 mixture of water and white vinegar and spray over the comforter.