The high-quality duvet of the new Naturtex Living product family is elegant appearing. The duvet has got natural colour, is silky, soft to the touch and skin-friendly.
Wool has the ability to absorb and retain vapour arising during sleep that weighs up to 40% of its own weight. By this, it provides a dry, warm feeling during sleep. It needs dry cleaning. For those who like natural raw materials – especially wool – and who wish for a high-quality, durable bedding.
Filling: 100% cotton satin
Cover: 80% wool - 20% recycled polyester (GRS) (140x200 cm - 1200 g)
- Washable at 30 °C.
- Do not bleach.
- Do not dry in machine.
- Do not iron.
- Be careful when cleaning.
- It can be cleaned with the solvents listed under P, but addition of water excipient, mechanical effect and drying temperature are limited.
Cleaning and care
Wool is a special material, so its cleaning requires special care. In order to preserve the natural lanolin content and the original structure of the wool, it is recommended to use detergents, designed to clean wool.
You should not only clean, but from time to time aerate it as well. Direct sunlight and hot summer days are not really good for the aeration. You should do it in the winter, or in a foggy, humid weather.
Products with wool filling
Duvets and pillows, made with wool filling are very soft and comfortable. Wool is an excellent absorbent. It is able to absorb moisture up to 30% of its own weight without getting damp. It repels dirt, thanks to its waxy surface. The surface of the fibres is scale-like, so the material it is liable for piling.
In order to improve the outlook and use-value of woolen fillings, it is possible, and even necessary to add some (5-20%) polyester fibre to it. It is important to know, that this improves the product's quality and durability. Blending wool with polyester makes the product more "foamy", so softer and nice, and slows down the piling process.
Duvets with cotton cover and woolen filling provide ideal sleeping comfort, even for people, suffering from rheumatic diseases, thanks to its great heat-retaining and moisture absorbing abilities. It is interesting, that altough wool repels water, it still absorb moisture. It's important to know, that these products cannot be washed because of the piling.