Over the past year orange marks have appeard on various duvet covers sheets pillow cases cushions etc, at first i thought the problem was the washing machine, but then the marks started to appear on the new pillow shams that are for show only so have never been washed.the marks are not just circular they can be streaks as well almost as if the material has bled. This has happened to all of my duvet covers of which i have many and from various shops so it is not just one make or retailer. I no longer iron with steam because i thought this might be the problem (iron in the water). I am at a loss to what it can be any suggestions would be gratefully recieved,incidentally this problem does not extend to clothes.
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Take it back to your Sears store with your receipt.
Scotts-Sales cannot accept returns of merchandise that are used, laundered, or soiled. Health department regulations do not permit us to accept open packages of bedding including: sheets, Duvets, mattress pads, pillow cases, and pillows for refund or credit.
If you bought this through Sears - take it back with the receipt to Sears.
Otherwise: Health department regulations do not permit Scotts-Sales to accept open packages of bedding including: sheets, Duvets, mattress pads, pillow cases, and pillows for refund or credit.
Resell it on Ebay or a Yard Sale.
yes its that material on the underside of the cushion thats questionable right? its seems very rippable just looking at it i did it- and when need be still do as i write as a matter of fact a set is in the dryer on the lightest shortest dry cycle i i was looking to see if there were alternate covers i can get off all the seat cushions like i was gingerly peeling a banana evenly - when the cover was finally peeled off it was perfectly inside out, however the back pillows are instigators of mighty stress of strength . the zipper lengths didnt equate to what is inside they must have put the stuffing in first then sewed it together - leaving an opportunity for possibility for someone to open it or get it out or disengage the 2 2 of my stuffing cover casing ripped tryind to get that square peg of the round hole. wait till you try to get those back in also the back pillows are none the same size all vary in an inch or 2 length wise is the concern cause youll be pushing while trying to get that stretch limo in the garage with door closed youll also have to tread lightly with that cloth material thats whats holding not only the stuffing grouped, but that is also what holds and gives the back pillows that shape, saying all hell and going for the stuff that just gets it all back in so you can cross that finish line of a zipper. will look like a sack of potatoes albeit more rounder and fuller than before and upon realization more comfortable and plusher and that nightmare of a material that holds the whole shape of you is the very same material as the other black cloth on the couch inside that is a fluffier version of cotton balls and they dont take any shape in the pillow if that sheath of a stuffing cover is not in tact ..... wash in warm/cold no fabric softeners, dryer sheets or things that specifically boost fragrance. i wash the pillow covers with the pillow covers in case something changed, it wouldnt be mis-moshed and still maintain some form of symmetry if something salvageable happened and it did, the pillows had a new look like a textured suede- the material itself is unchanged and fine but still is just has different umph. while the cushion covers ( dressed back the same the process i was undressing but backwards (like putting a sock on in the style of rolling the socks down on your hands so your thumbs reach the toe area and you out your toes in where your thumbs are holding and pull to unravel ) like that they are without hitch (from inside out to right side out along the way back on the same way because from that initial back pillow debacle was an experience i will never forget. i do wash them if the couch facade gets out of hand my pillows are just comfy and because exact form was lost on the first date their symmetry now lays in the form of the pattern of the material the cushions however they stay stout ironed formed even though as opposed to the cotton balls for pillows the cushions are stuffed with the stunt double of cotton candy because of that it gets boundlessly caught in the zipper and it wont zip i got a tiny gauge allen key and put it through the zippers hole and T' pulled with ease i had to then put my hand on the inside track traveling with my zippering hand to guard further trespass of the zipper in hind sight when my pillows had distinct shape if i had done the cushions first before the pillows i may have had a different experience than that life event of that task with the pillows. I learned real quick with the cushions undressing and dressing them is to work from corner nearest you then move on the too corner nearest that corner and operate in that function its all about the corners with the cushions ( the L shaped cushion when your struggling against the cotton candy invasion, while the zippers legs are 3 inches apart and your pulling to zip them together while working on that curve straddle it sideways and squeeze your thighs together ......the pillows however good luck getting in to even get to one.
Most duvets can be washed in the washing machine without any problems. If you are just looking to "freshen up" the duvet, you can use the steam/refresh option on your washer for 15-20 minutes. If you'd like to wash it, place it in the washer with similar items (other sheets, pillow cases, etc) and follow the wash instructions on the manufacturer's label. Most can be washed with the normal cycle (cold water).