While sheets and pillowcases should be cleaned on a regular basis, a comforter only needs to be cleaned a few times a year.
There are several different techniques for cleaning comforters, and we’d like to share a few of them. For the best results, always read the tag first to be sure that your chosen cleaning option will be appropriate.
If you have a small spot or area that looks a little grubby, it is often more effective to spot clean, rather than launder the entire comforter.
If the tag on your comforter specifies dry cleaning, then choosing this method is the best way to clean a comforter. Some people may contemplate washing their comforter in the washing machine in spite of dry-cleaning instructions and though this may occasionally work, there are a number of owners who have been dismayed to discover that dry cleaning was recommended for a very good reason.
The best way to clean your comforter may depend on your comforter, but the easiest way to clean it may be to bring it to us. At McMahan Cleaners in Denver, we can save you the hassle of cleaning your comforter.