But learning how to wash a duvet made of wool without ruining it doesn’t have to be a military operation. In fact, keeping your Woolroom duvet clean and fresh is simple. So if you’re wondering: “can you wash a wool duvet?”, the answer is yes with our Deluxe washable and organic washable ranges. Find out how to wash a wool duvet in three simple steps below.
How to wash a wool duvet innerSo, you’ve been benefitting from the hypoallergenic power of your wool bedding for quite some time and now you would like to give it a new lease of life. Want to know how to wash a duvet made of wool without ruining it? With our washable wool bedding, it really couldn’t be easier. You’ll hardly need to wash your Woolroom duvet at all, but if you want to clean up the cotton outers and give the cosmetics a refresh, follow these three easy steps for how to wash a duvet made of wool:
1. Firstly, select the wool cycle on your washing machine (or the most gentle setting available)
2. Remember to add specialist wool detergent
3. Hang out your duvet to dry
How to dry a duvet made of woolWondering how to dry a duvet made of wool so that it’s good as new? The first thing to remember is to never tumble dry it – it should always be hung out to dry naturally so the fillings aren’t disturbed or compromised. And if you want to take your duvet to the dry cleaners, make sure you let them know that it is ‘wool wash only’.
Washing a wool duvet: how often?Do you need to wash a wool duvet?
When you first buy it… there’s no need!
Have you just bought a washable wool duvet? Getting used to the naturally soft and heat-regulating qualities of the wool? If you’ve only just started using it, there’s really no need to wash it just yet.
The wool that we use to make our super-soft duvets has already been treated with a biodegradable cleaning detergent before it reaches you. That way, you benefit from the naturally occurring benefits of wool – moisture absorbing, thermo-regulating, magic – without having to machine wash it before your head hits the pillow.
In a month or two… it’s still not likely.
One of the main benefits of using a duvet made of wool is its self-cleaning properties. Wool is well-known for its ability to remain dry and clean, cleverly absorbing moisture and making it difficult for any bacteria or fungus to set up camp. That makes our washable duvets easy to care for as the wool does all the work for you.
So there really is no need for washing a wool duvet just yet. If you want to freshen it up a little, simply hang it outside to air – it really is that easy to keep fresh and clean.
In 6-12 months… if you really want to!
Wondering how to wash a wool duvet inner? Of course, our washable wool duvets can be machine washed to remove any stains on the cotton outers. But with wool, you hardly need to wash it at all. Its naturally hygienic qualities mean that it remains clean and dry, and able to wick moisture away from the body as you sleep, keeping you comfortably warm and dry.
How to wash a duvet made of wool, the Woolroom way…Still wondering “can you wash a wool duvet from Woolroom?”. With us, washing a wool duvet is straightforward; there is no longer a reason to avoid the magical properties of wool. Now that it’s this easy to take care of luxurious wool bedding, you can take advantage of all of the sleep-inducing properties of our marshmallow-soft, washable wool bedding range.
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30 Jul 2022
It is difficult to say without knowing what duvet you have, some are washable at home and others can only be dry cleaned, usually putting a duvet out on the line is enough to freshen it up as wool will absorb the smell of its surroundings but there is a possibly that something may have been spilled on it or something like that which could be in fibres causing this, it would be best to have it cleaned but without knowing what you have it is hard to offer the correct advice, if you contact us by phone or livechat through our website we will be happy to discuss with you.
by Dawn Grey
11 Jul 2022
Thanks for taking the time to leave a review. We're chuffed to hear that you've been loving your Woolroom duvet for so many years! Remember that when you do come round to washing your Deluxe duvet, we advise that it is machine washed at no more than 30 degrees and no more than 800rpm.
If you need any more information on our products then don't hesitate to get in touch with our Customer Service Team - we're always happy to help!
by Ian Angles
04 Jan 2022
We have a king Size medium wool duvet (order 1130421) and the cat was sick on it last night. Nice.
We usually get our duvets (down and articificial fillings) dry cleaned in town and the label on this duvet says "Dry Clean Only" so ... it turns out that Johnsons don't dry clean duvets for Health & Safety reasons - they just wash them.
Can we wash this duvet like it says in https://www.thewoolroom.com/blog/can-you-wash-a-wool-duvet/ ?
Many thanks, and best wishes for 2022
by Sandra Beecham
27 Nov 2021