To keep your bedding at its very best, follow our easy care tips.
Just pop your sheets into the machine on a normal cycle in warm water (we'd recommend a gentle 40 degree cycle). Wash them separately from your other laundry, using a small amount of mild liquid detergent to keep them at their absolute best.
High quality cotton naturally softens during washing, so there is no need for fabric softener (it can have the opposite effect, coating and weakening the natural fibres).
If it happens to be a sunny day and you have a laundry line, then drying them naturally is ideal! If this isn't possible (and let's be honest, it rarely is), then drying flat or over a drying rack is the next best thing.
If you tumble dry, do so separately on a low heat (excessive heat can damage the threads, causing them to lose their softness and reducing their lifespan). Instead of dryer sheets, we recommend using our Wool Dryer Balls which will reduce drying time whilst naturally softening your bedding.
3. Iron (or not!)
You can iron or steam to remove wrinkles, or just let your bedding be.
If you would prefer to be sleeping than ironing, line drying / drying flat will minimise wrinkles. If tumbling, just remove your bedding from the dryer whilst the slightest bit damp, and put directly onto your bed to finish drying flat, smoothing out wrinkles with your hands. Relaxed bedding has been designed for this.
If you want to experience our Classic and Luxe bedding at it's very best, give it a quick iron. To make this as easy as possible, we recommend removing from the dryer whilst slightly damp, and ironing straight away. For added ease and speed, fold your bedding and iron over several layers at a time.
Keep your sheets away from direct sunlight, in a cool, dry place. Avoid storing in plastic - we recommend using breathable cotton storage bags (your Bedfolk bag is perfect for this!)
Love your bedding and it'll love you back. When using your bedding, avoid products containing benzoyl peroxide, chlorine bleach and alpha hydroxy acids because these may cause discolouration.