Natural cleaning
To help make sure your bed linen is always clean, get rid of dust and mites. Open the window, and expose pillows and duvets to the sun in summer and dry cold air in winter. Mites hate being directly exposed to sunlight and are even more averse to temperatures lower than 15°C.

Mechanical cleaning
Washing is the best method to ensure perfect cleanliness and get rid of any mites. Wash your pillows three times a year, and your duvets once or twice a year.

Did you know...?
The pillows and duvets in our range are especially designed to be machine washed and dried.

DUVETS
Locate and select the 40° delicate programme for linen, or the equivalent programme on your machine. Add the dose of soap indicated. At the end of the wash, select the fastest spin cycle. The drying cycle lasts approximately two hours, until your product no longer shows any traces of dampness.

Take your duvet out mid-way through the spin cycle and shake it out vigorously.

Only duvets smaller than or equal to 140/200 can be washed in standard domestic washing machines. Larger duvets will need to be taken to a dry-cleaner or a specialist launderer with machines able to take up to 10 kg.

PILLOWS
Both our synthetic and natural pillows can be machine washed at 40°C, in the ECO whites programme or equivalent. Add the equivalent to one dose of your usual washing powder, and at the end of the wash select the fastest spin cycle your machine offers.

The drying cycle lasts approximately two hours, until your product no longer shows any traces of dampness.

BATHROBES: wash up to 60°C