Buy duvet. What should you watch out for?

The most popular and widely used fillers for duvets include: down, merino wool, cotton, microfiber, lyocell and camel hair. Down comforters are a classic and, depending on the quality of the material used, have a pleasant moisture control and a good warming effect. Duck and goose down are used here. While merino wool is particularly temperature regulating, cotton is a bit weak in this regard. Lyocell and camel hair are also extremely breathable and moisture regulating. Of course, textiles that are in close contact with the skin must be cleaned regularly. This applies to both fashion textiles and bed linen. Although the latter are less likely to be washed, they should also be changed every two to four weeks. Depending on whether you sweat a lot at night, for example, or whether pets are in your bed. Blankets should be washed at 60 degrees to ensure that dirt, sweat (and associated body salts), hair, dust mites, and the like are killed. Note: Due to their material, some duvets are not machine washable and can only be cleaned in the laundromat. The main purpose of a duvet is to keep the sleeper warm at night. In order for you to find a duvet that is really warm to the touch, it should meet your individual sleep needs. The special blankets, which are tailored to a certain time of the year, e.g. B. winter or summer blankets. On the other hand, so-called 4-season blankets come into question for many, which prove to be useful 365 days a year.

The bed linen should also be selected according to a blanket. For the summer blankets and light down comforters, you choose light bed linen in satin quality. We offer you the finest bed linen made from Swiss satin, made from 100% cotton.