V130 70/30 Cotton Rich Plain White Duvet Cover
This 130 thread count white cotton rich duvet cover offers durability & efficiency. These duvet covers are super easy to iron & quick to dry.
These easy-iron duvet covers are part of a selection of industry standard cotton-rich hospitality bed linen. Benefiting from a 130-thread count, 70/30 cotton rich blend this range of bag style, white plain duvet covers provides durability & features hand holes for efficiency. Bag style duvets are ideal for when you want to easily change covers and make-up beds, making them a perfect choice for busy hotels or simply ease of use at home.
The cotton rich blend also means it's easier to iron and quicker to dry, which ultimately reduces your laundering costs. The added polyester content helps increase the duvet covers durability, making it last longer and, thus, more cost effective for you.
These duvet covers feature coloured ID tabs to aid identifcation when dealing with multiple sizes. Single size features blue coloured tabs, double features red, king features gold and super king features green.
Single - 160 x 260cm
Double - 220 x 260cm
King - 250 x 260cm
Super King - 290 x 260cm
|Material||Cotton Rich (70/30)|
Cotton/Polyester Blend Wash Guide
Our wash instructions are only a guide and might not be suitable for the care process you require. Please contact us if you are not sure about any of the information provided below.
- The first 4 to 5 minutes of the wash process should be carried out with a temperature below 40C to prevent setting any protein stains.
- The wash temperature can then be increased to 60C for white items or 70C should the soiling be cooking oil or grease based to encourage emulsification.
- If polyester/cotton is washed at 60C or above, a cool-down stage must be included between the high-temperature wash and cold temperature rinsing. The wash liquor temperature should reduce to 50C and a rate of approximately 4C per minute.
- High-temperature washing without a sufficient cool-down stage can result in Thermal Shock Creasing. This occurs when hot, soft and pliable polyester fibres are cooled too quickly whilst in a crumpled state. This results in small "broken ice" type creases on the fabric surface.
- Wash loads should be classified according to colour and soiling level.
- White items should be washed separately to prevent cross-contamination from coloured items.
- Do not wash with 100% cotton/100% polyester goods.
- Detergents containing optical brightening agents will improve the visual brightness of white polyester/cotton goods.
- For coloured goods, use a detergent that does not contain any optical brightening agents as this will mask the true shade and diminish the colour.
- Residual staining can be removed using oxygen-based bleaching agents but these should not be substituted for a good wash process with adequate detergency. Care and attention should be given to the conditions of use.
- Stain removal using Chlorine bleach (Sodium Hypochlorite) will chemically damage and accelerate the weakening of cotton fibres in the blend. Over/repeated use will cause the cotton fibres to degrade leaving a thin, shiny fabric due to the remaining polyester. On coloured items, Chlorine bleach will cause permanent colour loss/shade change and should be avoided.
- Natural or less commonly synthetic starches can be applied to poly/cotton linen to impart polish and stiffness where required. Starching should take place on the final water-based stage of the wash process after the fabric has been cleaned and all wash chemicals neutralised.
- Ironing should be done whilst damp to complete the drying process.
- Higher ironer bed temperatures (above 170C) on modern machinery can cause softening and distortion of polyester if consistently ironed in the same direction. Altering the direction of feed after each wash will minimise this effect if possible.
For more tips on how to care for our products see our laundry advice guide.