Quality blue and yellow comforter sets are designed to last, wrapping you in the luxurious comfort and warmth that only goose feather can provide. With proper care and maintenance, your quilt will last for years. Many people assume that a quilt requires dry cleaning, but in reality dry cleaning can damage small feathers and ruin your quilt if done improperly. You can avoid the expense and risk of damage by washing the quilt at home. With a little extra care and careful monitoring of the washing and drying process, your comforter will retain its fluffy appearance and keep warm for years.
Examine the blue and yellow comforter sets for weak or broken seams. Sew with a matching needle and fine thread to secure all seams before washing; otherwise, the seam may tear and the padding down may spill from the quilt. Fill the washing machine with warm water and add a mild detergent. Allow it to shake until the detergent is thoroughly mixed. Place the comforter in the water. Check that there is ample room for the quilt to move freely during washing. Add a pair of clean, white tennis shoes in the washer to keep the down of clumping or settling in the comforter. This will help with shaking and improve the cleaning property of the detergent.
Let that the blue and yellow comforter sets normally until it reaches wash stage final spin. Adjust the dial again to rinse to give an additional rinse cycle. Let the wash cycle to complete. Place the quilt in the dryer located in the lowest position. Place 2 tennis balls inside clean white socks and bow. Add to the dryer. The action of the tennis balls will keep the quilt fluffed. Check the quilt often and fluff the areas where the low has formed clumps inside the quilt. It may take several hours for the quilt to dry completely. Remove the comforter and hang it outdoors on a windy day to ensure that the comforter has dried completely. If drying is not an option, hang the comforter in a well-ventilated area inside the house.