With a Washing Machine
To start, we recommend you purchase a gentle detergent. Set your washer to its largest capacity, delicate or gentle, with a cold water cycle. If you have to stuff your comforter into your laundry machine and it feels super tight, you might want to opt for taking it to the laundromat. If you do end up washing your duvet at home, we advise you run it through a rinse cycle twice to ensure you get all the detergent out. Run an extra spin cycle to remove any excess water and help the comforter dry a little faster.
Without a Washing Machine
If you aren’t interested in using a washing machine or laundromat, there are other options. We recommend you refrain from attempting to wash your comforter in a bathtub because it will be tough to remove all the water. What you should do is spot clean your duvet with detergent, using your dryer to fluff up and refresh the comforter. If you don’t have a dryer, you can hang up your comforter on a drying rack.