How To Keep Your Eucalyptus Duvet Covers Wrinkle-Free


How To Keep Your Eucalyptus Duvet Covers Wrinkle-Free

Most people spend a lot of time and money on our bedding, so, understandably, you want to make sure it looks good for as long as possible. You wash it 

regularly, but the next day you notice wrinkles. What can you do?

Even though it's likely to happen, having a wrinkled bed can be a pain. Removing creases from the top layer, in particular, can be a nuisance, especially if your duvet cover is made of eucalyptus. Fortunately, since there are many efficient ways to deal with wrinkles, this is a simple problem to solve, which is why we've put together this list of simple strategies for reducing wrinkles in eucalyptus duvet covers.


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Keeping your eucalyptus duvet covers wrinkle-free can be challenging, so we’ve listed the best tips and tricks to keep them looking and feeling great.


Tips For Removing and Preventing Wrinkles

Do Not Iron It

This is the number one rule for preventing wrinkles in any fabric, including bedding. The heat and pressure from an iron can damage the fibres in the fabric and make them more prone to wrinkling in the future.

In addition to this, you also risk burning the fabric if you're not careful. Instead, choose one of the alternatives listed below.

Hang It

If you have the space, hang your bedding up on a clothesline or drying rack. This will help them to keep their shape and prevent wrinkles.

Use A Steamer

A steamer is a great way to get rid of wrinkles without using any heat at all. If you have a eucalyptus duvet cover, hold the steamer about 10 inches away from the fabric and steam for about 15 seconds. Be careful not to let the water drip onto the fabric, as this could cause stains.

Go For A Full Cycle Laundry

The most straightforward approach to getting creases out of your eucalyptus duvet cover is to wash it thoroughly. Put it on a gentle cycle with cold water and ensure there's nothing else in the washing machine. Also, avoid using any soap that contains strong cleaning chemicals.

You have a few alternatives for drying. If your dryer is large enough, you may throw the cover in the dryer for a complete cycle on low heat. If you want to be extra cautious, only run it for 15 minutes and then let it air dry. If your dryer is too small to accommodate the cover, you'll have to air dry it completely.

Tumble Dry Them

If you don't have time to hang your bedding up or use a steamer, you can tumble dry it on low heat. Just make sure that you take it out before it's completely dry and fold it while it's still a little damp. This will help reduce the number of wrinkles.

Use A Vacuum Cleaner

If all else fails, you can try using a vacuum cleaner to remove wrinkles. Turn it up to full power and hover it over the fabric for a few seconds. Be careful not to let the vacuum cleaner suck up any of the bedding!

Use At-Home Wrinkle-Remover Solutions

Sometimes only a part of your comforter is wrinkled, not the entire thing. There are various at-home cures that you can attempt in these situations. The first is similar to our earlier suggestion, although on a smaller scale. All you have to do is use a spray bottle to apply water to the creases, then heat it with a hairdryer. To prevent heating the sheet too hot, walk back and forth over the area. If you don't have a hairdryer, you can spread the moist blanket out by pulling the edges.

Final Thoughts

Eucalyptus duvet covers are excellent for anyone looking for a soft, comfortable fabric. By following the tips in this guide, you can keep your bedding looking good for as long as possible. However, to reduce creasing and wrinkles - the first step should be choosing the best duvet cover for your bedroom.

Sloomy's eucalyptus duvet covers are made of 100% natural and breathable eucalyptus fabric. It's a great choice for people who are looking to avoid wrinkles because the eucalyptus fibres are known to be resistant to wrinkles. Order yours now!

Thanks for reading! We hope this article helped teach you how to remove wrinkles on your eucalyptus duvet cover. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to let us know in the comments section below. And be sure to share this article with your friends if you found it useful.