Do you know the best way for you to make dry cleaning a bed comforter an easy task for you? In fact, there are some simple steps that make it possible to clean such a massive piece of fabric on your own without having to send it to the dry cleaner and receive a large bill for their services.
First, if you want a professional way of dry cleaning a bed comforter you should make sure that the comforter itself bears the tag “DRY CLEAN ONLY.” If your comforter has this tag, then you can at least do the cleaning dry procedures at least a couple of times each year. This is just enough to keep your comforter fresh, clean, and in good condition. This will also ensure you that your comforter will last for many long years.
Dry cleaning a bed comforter also requires a number of precautionary measures to avoid possible hazards like scorching, shrinking, and/or filling the fabric. But if you have an inexpensive and not an heirloom comforter you can save money by doing the processes yourself. The truth is that most of the cleaning procedures and kits are similar to the commercial ones. Just make sure to follow the required instructions to minimize any possible damage. Here are the easy steps to dry cleaning a bed comforter:
First, you just buy a DIY dry cleaning kit. This should usually include special moist cloths for steaming clean fabrics within the dryer. Second, put your comforter inside the dry cleaning bag, place at least two dry cleaning cloths along with the comforter and zip the bag. The bag should ha v enough space and should be half-filled; put the bag in the dryer. Third, Stick the bag in the dryer and allow it to tumble dry on moderate heat for thirty minutes. Remember that your dryer should have enough room for your comforter.