Bedding Fabric Guide



This fabric is made of organic cells from plants, then processed using modern

technologies and techniques naturally. The manufacturing process gives a very

soft linen touch and proven to be healthy for body, especially skins.

Characteristics: Cool touch, Soft, feels more natural and have more benets

compared to other fabrics.


This fabric is made of wood pulps and processed with modern technologies.

Resulting a long thread without any joint/extension, which gives a softer feel

compared to regular fabrics.

Characteristics: Soft, Cool touch, but less natural compared to Botanic.


Egyptian/ Extra Long Staple is a special type of cotton which has a longer

fiber compared to regular cotton. The longer the fiber, it makes a longer

thread without any joint/extension. Thus, giving a softer feeling and more

durability. Egyptian cotton is also a better moisture container compared to

regular cottons, which gives a milder feel.

Characteristics: Softer compared to other cottons, has more shine.


Combed Cotton is a slightly better version of regular cotton but not better than

Egyptian. It is made using special techniques on its manufacturing process so

that the cotton has a softer ber compared to the regular version. In the end of

the manufacturing process, bad quality cottons are removed to make this

fabric has a better quality.

Characteristics: Softer compared to regular cottons, convenient to be used daily,

has a good moisture content.


This is a type of fabric finishing, an embossery addition to make your linen more

beautiful and have more lasting design. The jacquard design would not wear o

for lifetime. The embossed fabric depends on what fabric you buy.



Do not use bleach or whiteners. Use a mild liquid detergent. Avoid powdered

detergents with alkalis. Make sure to mix detergent with clean water and

let the detergent dissolved before it touches fabrics.

Use a smaller amount than specified on the package because such

instructions are usually over-estimate the required amount.


Due to the fine quality of our fabrics, household linen must be washed

before it is used. Sort your household linen by fibre (cotton, linen, silk, wool)

colour (whites, light colours, dark colours) and type of item (sheets, towels,

tablecloths). Do not include items made of synthetic fibres.

Also, do not include garments with components that could damage fabrics

(zippers, hooks, metal, parts). Make sure the items are unfolded when

loading the machine. Begin with a pre-soak in cold water and a little


For bed linens, wash in cold water with mild, liquid biodegradable detergent.

For bath items, machine wash on medium setting. Please view product

specic care instructions on the product information page online and

review the information on the product label.

Delicate items with lace and embroidery should be enclosed in a large,

thin mesh bag. Pillowcases and duvet covers should be washed inside

out to protect the lace. When the wash cycle is completed, remove the

laundry immediately and shake it to minimize wrinkles.

Use maximum temperatures only on the hardest-to-clean articles.

Whites 120/140 F, Colours 85/105 F, Delicate Fabrics cold water/85 F cold

final rise, pre-soaking.


Use a steam iron on a warm/hot setting for cotton; use a hot setting for linen and

a water spritzer if needed. For embroidered linens, iron them on the reverse side

and while damp for best results. Avoid using spray starch and choose the proper

temperature, as indicated by the symbols on the care label: medium/high for cotton

and linen, low for silk and wool. To protect the softness and absorbency of towels,

do not iron.


When machine drying, never dry at high temperatures. If your dryer is adjustable,

use the medium fan and spin speed. For bed linens it is important to remove from

dryer before completely dry, gently fold then iron. For line drying open each item

and shake before hanging. Do not place coloured articles in direct sunlight, the

sun makes whites seem shinier, but extended exposure may cause yellowing.

Do not hang wool and delicate items vertically. Do not dry longer than necessary.


Luxury fibres, such as silk, wool and cashmere, are best professionally cleaned.

To avoid excessive shrinkage on top-of-the-bed pieces, such as light quilts,

bedspreads, and blankets, dry cleaning is recommended. Be sure to use professional

dry cleaners who have experience with luxury linens and natural fibres.


Fluff every accessories when you make your bed. By providing a steady

flow of air, your fiber fill will continue to loft. Redistribute your comforter as

needed for baffle box designs. To redistribute the fill of your comforter, lay

your comforter on a at surface and simply push the down in place with

the heel of your hand and forearm.

Use a mild detergent on a warm water and gentle setting on machine

washing. After the wash cycle is complete, rinse the pillow two additional

times to rid the pillow of any soap that may still be in the pillow. Then spin

the pillow two additional times to rid the pillow of excess water.

Dry the pillow completely on a low heat setting. For pillows with internal

chambers, you may need to dry the pillow for 6-8 hours. Between cycles, remove

the accessories and hand fluff. The accessories may still be damp inside even

when they feel dry to the touch. Any lumps, clumps, or smell of fill indicates

dampness; continue to dry until you are sure there is no moisture left in your pillow.

Between washings, the pillow can be refluffed on an air fluff setting in the dryer.

Include a couple of clean tennis balls and a fabric softener sheet for extra fluff

and a fresh smell. You can also place your pillow into a dryer with a damp wash

cloth on a low (not hot) heat setting for 15-20 minutes for the same result.

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