Make sure to ventilate your room and shake out your sleeping bag regularly .

It is recommended to wash your duvet once or twice a year at a temperature not exceeding 40°C .

To maintain its volume and softness , tumble drying on a delicate program is crucial. To improve drying efficiency while using less detergent, add two or three tennis balls to the drum.

If you don't have a dryer, opt for dry cleaning .

It is essential to ensure that the filling is completely dry before reusing your duvet, especially for models made from natural materials .


Ventilate your room and pat the duvet regularly.

Wash your pillows 1 to 2 times a year , at 40°C maximum .

To increase drying efficiency while saving laundry, place 2 or 3 tennis balls in the drum.

In order to preserve their plumpness and fluffy appearance, it is essential to put your pillows in the dryer on a gentle cycle .

Make sure the filling is completely dry before enjoying your pillow again. This step is imperative for the natural pillow.


Unbelievable but true : our mattresses do not need to be washed. However, to prevent stains and maintain the quality of your mattress, the use of a mattress protector is recommended.

Change it every time you change your sheets , which is about every two weeks .

To extend the life of your mattress, alternate its position every 3 months : start by rotating it from head to toe, then turn it over before repeating the operation. This method allows you to take advantage of the summer and winter sides (if available) and avoid deterioration of the mattress, thus ensuring increased longevity .


Wash your mattress protector at 40°C before use: we saw it made larger in order to compensate for its shrinkage during the first wash.

For optimal hygiene , we recommend washing your bedding protectors at 60°C to eliminate dust mites and other allergens.

Place your pillow protectors in a wash net to protect them from friction with zippers.

Be sure to air dry your bedding protector to prevent any shrinkage.