Bedsure Quilted Microfiber Fill Duvet Insert
Last updated date: October 13, 2020
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You'll get a filler made from 100-percent top-quality microfiber, making it comfortable even if you want to use it without a cover. Box stitching ensures that the fill stays in place for consistent warmth. The three-dimensional build traps air to help keep you warm. In our analysis of 0 expert reviews, the Bedsure Bedsure Quilted Microfiber Fill Duvet Insert placed 2nd when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
300GSM WHOLE-PIECE MICROFIBER FILL with a baffle box stitching helps minimize fill shifting. PERFECT YEAR-ROUND LAYER provides just the right warmth & coziness in both warmer and cooler months. DOWN ALTERNATIVE COMFORTER makes a great alternative to down comforter for those with sensitivities. CRAFTED FROM 100% FINEST MICROFIBER, comforters are machine washable for easy care and maintenance. PLEASE NOTE that upon receipt of your new bedding product, it is highly recommended to dry it in low heat or tap it gently while baking it in the sun for a few hours to make it fluffy again.
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An Overview On Duvet Inserts
A duvet insert is a great way to stay warm at night while still being able to easily clean your bedding in your washer. These inserts are designed to slide inside a cover, which can frequently be removed and washed in the machine, just as you would blankets and sheets.
But duvet inserts can be used on their own as comforters. If you have a washer that can handle bulky items, you can wash them in the machine and tumble dry, eliminating the previous issue with cleaning bulky comforters. If you opt for a duvet that you can use on its own, though, you’ll want to pay particular attention to the material covering the filler since it won’t always be as comfortable as the material used in a cover or standalone comforter.
One benefit of using a duvet filler alone is that you won’t have to deal with stuffing it into a cover. That process can be awkward at best. But some duvet fillers come with loops that allow you to tie the cover to it, which makes inserting the filler much easier. Simply turn the cover inside out, tie it at the top corners, then begin folding it over the filler. To do this, though, you’ll need to make sure you choose a duvet cover with ties sewn in.
DWYM Fun Fact
The origin of the duvet, pronounced due-vay, isn’t entirely known, but they made their way to England thanks to Paul Rycaut, who lived from 1629 to 1700. It’s thought that duvets were around long before that, though. Some sources believe they were first used in China around 3,000 B.C., and others state that they were already in use in Germany when Rycaut tried to market them in England. Duvets didn’t really take off until the 1970s in Britain. Once brands began marketing them as “the 10-second bed,” due to how easy it is to make your bed with a duvet, it began to grow in popularity.
The Duvet Insert Buying Guide
- Down filler has long been among the most popular interior stuffing for bedding due to its combination of being lightweight while also insulating you from the cold. However, some consumers find they’re allergic to down, which has led to the popularity of alternative fillers like polyfill.
- Look for an insert that features box stitching for best results. Box stitching ensures the filler stays in place instead of bunching up in certain areas and creating a lumpy comforter for your bed.
- As nice as an extra-warm comforter can be when your bedroom is chilly, it can be stifling as your body heats up beneath it. Make sure you choose a filler that provides warmth but also stays breathable.
- Make sure you match the measurements of your duvet insert to the cover you’re placing over it. The cover should be slightly larger to fit comfortably over the filler without it bunching, but if there’s too much room, you could have gaps on the edges that don’t provide insulation.
- Duvet inserts typically come in all white, but you can find one in solid colors and patterns to complement your room décor.
- Make sure your duvet insert is labeled as machine washable before you put it in the washer. Follow the instructions carefully. You’ll want to make sure you wash it on a gentle cycle to avoid straining the seams.