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The best way to clean and sanitize blankets at home

The best way to clean and sanitize blankets at home

Blankets are an indispensable winter bedding, and they usually come into contact with many things every day. Therefore, it is necessary to wash it regularly. In the following, methods for washing and sterilizing blankets at home. According to "Madam.net".

The best way to clean and sanitize blankets at home

The preferred method of washing a blanket depends on its design, type of fabric and padding. So check the manufacturer's instructions for specific washing instructions.


Generally, most blankets weighing up to 20 pounds can be washed in a household washing machine, on gentle cycle, with cold water and washing powder, while avoiding the use of bleaches, which can damage the fibers of the blanket over time, or fabric softeners that may make the blanket reproduce. A feeling of scratching.


For small stains that do not require a thorough wash, getting rid of them involves preparing a solution of warm water and laundry detergent. It is also best to purchase a quilt cover that can be easily removed and tossed in the washing machine when it gets dirty.


To dry the blanket, place it in the dryer on a low heat cycle, or lay it out on a clean dry surface or on the edge of a bathtub to air dry. Make sure to hang the blanket evenly while it dries so it doesn't lose its shape.


How to wash a wool blanket?

Because woolen blankets naturally repel dirt and stains, you only need to wash them up to once a year. Outside of washing time, it's a good idea to shake the fleece blanket, and clean it with a soft-bristle brush to remove the dirt. To prevent damage to the blanket fibers, make sure you clean them in the same direction.


Before washing a fleece blanket, check special care instructions to make sure it only requires dry washing. If the blanket is machine washable, use cold water and a wool-safe detergent. First, you place the blanket in the washing machine, until it soaks in water and detergent solution for about 15 minutes. Then, you select a gentle cycle and let it run for about two minutes before switching to the rinse cycle. Once finished, spread the fleece blanket to dry out of direct sunlight, which could cause the fabric to fade. If necessary, wrap the blanket with a towel, pressing it gently (without squeezing it) to remove excess moisture before hanging it. Avoid putting wool blankets in the dryer, as this can damage the delicate fibers and lead to shrinkage or a feeling of roughness

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