Caring For Your Bamboo Duvet Cover And Other FAQs

Consumer Disclaimer: Cariloha Bamboo™ fabrics are made of viscose from bamboo.

How to Put on a Duvet Cover

  1. Flip the duvet cover inside out and lay down on the bed so that the opening opens up at the foot of the bed.
  2. Lay the comforter on top of the cover so that each of the corners of the comforter meet the corresponding corners of the duvet cover.
  3. Starting at the head of the bed, roll both the duvet cover and the comforter down the entire length of the bed, similar to how you would roll up a rug.
  4. Once everything is rolled up into a giant burrito shape, reach into one corner of the opening of the duvet cover, and pull that end of the burrito roll into the cover. This will result in that end of the duvet cover popping back right-side-in. Repeat this on the other end of the burrito roll.
  5. At this point, you'll have what looks like a long, burrito-shaped pillow, with the outside of your duvet cover showing. Simply unroll the whole burrito back toward the head of the bed, and you'll be left with a comforter that has been neatly and snugly placed within the duvet cover with no gaps.

How to Wash a Viscose-from-Bamboo Duvet Cover

Though rewarding and essential to keep your bedding in top shape, washing items as large as bedding requires a bit of finesse. And while bamboo creates a tough fiber, there are a few precautions you'll want to follow to extend the lifetime of your viscose-from-bamboo duvet cover.

  • Use mild detergents in small amounts.
  • Wash in cooler water to avoid pilling.
  • Wash separately from other items to avoid abrasion.
  • Avoid bleach, chlorine, dryer sheets, fabric softener, hydrogen peroxide, and vinegar. These chemicals can damage the fibers of your duvet cover.
  • If you can, wash your bedding in a larger washing machine, preferably one without an agitator. If you don't have one at home, you can often find these at laundromats.
  • If you prefer, you can also dry clean your viscose-from-bamboo duvet cover.


Are Viscose-from-Bamboo Duvets Heavy?

Bamboo viscose is an exceptionally lightweight fabric. When compared to duvet covers of a similar size made from different fabrics, Cariloha's bamboo- viscose fabric duvet covers are actually lighter.

Are Viscose-from-Bamboo Duvets Organic?

Cariloha uses exclusively organic bamboo fabric blends from organically grown bamboo. No pesticides are used while growing our bamboo because of bamboo's natural pest-fighting properties. Cariloha also forgoes using bleach on products at any point in the production process.

Do Viscose-from-Bamboo Duvet Covers Wrinkle?

Bamboo viscose is naturally wrinkle-resistant, so you'll have less trouble with bothersome creases with Cariloha duvet covers.

What Do Viscose-from-Bamboo Duvet Covers Feel Like?

Duvet covers made from bamboo viscose feel somewhat like silk, but not slippery the way silk is. Since it is a lightweight and breathable fabric, bamboo viscose also keeps you dry and regulates your temperature while you sleep. With viscose-from-bamboo bedding, you won't need to worry about waking up overly hot, sweaty, and sticky.

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