Mulberry silk is a positively luxurious material that makes a good night of sleep possible. In addition to its silky feel, it’s breathable, lightweight, and temperature-regulating. And even though it’s naturally hypoallergenic and resistant to bed pests (like dust mites and bed bugs), there are times, of course, when you’ll want to clean your lightweight comforter or satin-trimmed blanket. After all, you do spend an average of eight hours per day within the comfort of your bed, so you’re going to need to fresh the linens every now and again. Mulberry silk, however, must be treated with a little extra care to preserve its features and luxurious feel. In this blog, we’ll walk through the details of caring for your king size or queen size lightweight comforter and blankets.
DO send your silk bedding to a dry cleaner if it becomes heavily soiled. They are professionals who will know how to best care for your bedding without interfering with the integrity of the material. Make sure the drycleaner avoids heat, chlorine, fabric softeners, and alkaline-based or petroleum-based cleaners.
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