bedding set. Tuesday , May 09th , 2017 - 10:41:05 AM
It is recommended that regular washings will help keep your down bedding in hypoallergenic form. Actually washing any of your linens regularly, in hot water and high heat dry cycles are a great way to remove household allergens, dust mites and other sources of allergies. Because down bedding should be dried extra to remove all moisture you may not want to wash weekly so we suggest considering using protectors and duvets to keep your pillows and comforters hypoallergenic. When you do wash the down bedding you need to make sure to use a degreasing soap a good example is Dawn liquid soap. It is very important that the down bedding is dried at least twice and in between dryings the filling is fluffed to make sure the filling is loose and equally dried.
These extra long sheets are different then a normal twin size sheet set in that the fitted sheet is 5 inches longer and also likely is not a deep pocket (most dorm mattresses are on the thin side - hence a fitted sheet drop length can range from 7 to 12 inches). The size of the flat sheet can be longer but does not have to be.
The appliqud designs on the quilt and bumper show a bear, dog and monkey. The bedding set includes 6 pieces: a quilt that measures 37" x 44", a 4-piece bumper, a fitted sheet designed to fit a standard size 28" x 52" crib mattress, a valance that is 53" across with a 15" drop, and diaper stacker that measuring 25" x 12". All pieces except the fitted sheet are made from 65% polyester and 35% cotton. The fitted sheet is 100% cotton.
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