Monday, June 12, 2006

Selecting A Down Comforter For Your Bedroom

by JM Anderson

It's soft, fluffy and terrific to cuddle with. No, it's not a cat. A down comforter breathes better than synthetic comforters and is much more efficient when it comes to keeping you comfortable at night. This puffy cloud of insulation is designed specifically to fit beds of all sizes, just as any other comforter is designed to do. They are manufactured in twin, queen, full size and king sizes. A down comforter is made to keep your body warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Because it breathes easier than other comforters, a down comforter allows the release of moisture rather than having it trapped inside the material.


In addition to being luxurious, a down comforter is ideal for anyone who suffers from allergies. It is important to remember, however, that consideration must be given to a product's feather content, cleanliness and fill power. Because the down is typically cleaned, processed and inspected prior to being placed in the comforter, users do not often notice any increase in allergies. This is especially true if they purchase a down comforter that is designed to be hypo-allergenic.


When it comes to cleaning , a down comforter can be washed using mild soap and warm water. Dry cleaning may leave the down as being brittle and/or dry or may cause cleaning residue to become trapped inside the material. Special down soaps are designed for cleaning a down comforter. Some down comforter manufacturers, on the other hand, recommend machine washing or dry cleaning. The best way to determine the recommended care is to simply read the instructions on the tag found on your down comforter.

In between cleanings, you can preserve the look and longevity of your down comforter with the use of a duvet cover. Basically a large pillow case for your comforter, this product will keep it crisp in color and will protect it from stains and airborne allergens.

If you are shopping for a quality down comforter, you can expect to pay a minimum of $100.00 and the price may be even higher depending on the size, fill, thread count and overall quality. A down comforter can be found at any department or retail store in the bedding section. In addition, most online stores specializing in quality bedding offer a line of down comforter products.


The information in this article is to be used for informational purposes only. It should not be used in place of, or in conjunction with, professional medical advice. Before using a down comforter, individuals with mild to severe allergies should consult their physician to ensure the use of this product will not worsen their condition.

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