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How do you wash and dry a feather/wool doona/duvet?

Answered 1 year ago

Not the cover, the actual donna part? If it doesn't dry properly it would grow mould? It's winter here in Victoria so I don't think it would air-dry that well. Never washed one before (as haven't used doona's), TIA


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1 year ago
OP here. Thanks! I'll try it, still a little worried about the feathers in the dryer lol

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1 year ago
Its fine, done it hundreds of times 😊

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1 year ago
Depends if you're one of those gross people that don't use sheets

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1 year ago
I put mine in the washing machine then in to the dryer with 2 or 3 tennis balls to help break up the feather clumps. Was washing my daughter's once to twice a week while toilet training when she had an accident while asleep. Never had a problem with it. I put it through 2 cycles in the dryer (each cycle goes for 90 minutes) just to be really sure but.

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1 year ago
I just stick it in the machine. Also in vic. Leave it outside for the day to start drying them usually I bring it in and put it over some chairs over the heater for a day or two until I know it’s dry

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1 year ago
Washing machine? Not sure sorry. Don't know if dryer would set it on fire lol
There are probably companies that you can do this for you