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The Ultimate Zonli Bedding Care&Clean Guide

The Ultimate Zonli Bedding Care&Clean Guide

Lucas Lu |

Bed is one of the most restful and relaxing place for most of us. It is generally accepted that on average, a person spends 8-10 hours sleeping, roughly one-third of their life. Therefore, the importance of caring for your bedding cannot be overstated. However, many people tend to overlook this essential task due to the lack of related knowledge, or they just too busy to care about it. Whatever the reason, we are here to help you explore the truth of those things you sleep on and get the freshest bedding possible.

Importance of caring & cleaning your bedding

Caring and cleaning your bedding is important for your health, comfort, and overall sleep quality. Proper care can help extend the life of your bedding, ensuring that it looks and feels great for years to come. Additionally, proper care can help keep your bedding free from bugs, dust mites and other allergens, creating a healthier sleeping environment. Lastly, taking the time to care for your bedding helps to ensure that it looks and feels its best so you can get the most out of your investment.


How to care your bedding


As a large flat object that is filled with materials such as foam, springs, or other fabrics ,  mattress provides a comfortable surface for sleeping or resting. It can provide support for your body, help to reduce pressure points, and alleviate pain or discomfort. Some mattress can even help to regulate your body temperature while you sleep.

Washing instructions

When to wash a mattress depends on the type of mattress and how often it is used. Generally, it is recommended to wash a mattress every six months or so to remove dust, dirt, and sweat. For those who frequently soiled their beds, it is best to purchase a mattress cover as these products are not designed to be washed all the time and may be prematurely damaged if washed frequently.

To wash a mattress, start by vacuuming both sides to remove dust and debris. Next, spot clean any stains using a mild detergent and warm water. Allow the detergent to sit for a few minutes before blotting the area with a damp cloth. After spot cleaning, use a steam cleaner to sanitize the entire surface of the mattress. Allow the mattress to dry completely before replacing the sheets.

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Pillows can be an important part of a good night's rest. Proper care and maintenance of your pillows can help them last longer and provide you with a more comfortable sleep experience. It can also help keep your neck and spine in alignment.

Care Instructions

To ensure hygiene and longevity, it is recommended to wash a pillow every 3-6 months. But the frequency also depends on how often your pillow is used and what it’s used for. Therefore, so pay attention to the appearance of your pillows when trying to decide get them washed.

When washing a pillow, use a mild detergent, warm water, and a gentle cycle. Avoid bleaching your pillows. Bleach can break down the fibers and cause them to break apart. If you need to whiten your pillow, use a color-safe bleach instead. Generally speaking, unless the label specifies, you can rinse and spin dry the pillow, and then dry it in a dryer on a low-heat setting. But pay attention on the wash instructions of manufacturer if your pillow is made of special materials like feather or foam, otherwise it could be destroyed.

Avoid folding your pillows. Folding your pillows can cause them to become misshapen or lumpy. If you need to transport your pillows, put them in a pillowcase or bag.

Replace your pillow when necessary. Over time, pillows can lose their shape and support. Replace your pillows every two years or so to ensure that you are getting the best sleep possible.


Comforter& duvet

A comforter/duvet can provide warmth and comfort while you sleep. It can also provide an extra layer of insulation to help regulate your body temperature while you sleep.

Care Instructions

It is recommended that you wash your comforter/duvet at least once every three months. If you have allergies, it is recommended that you wash it more often.  

Before putting any comforters or duvets in your machine, check the washing instructions on the tag of your duvet and if there is any tears or weak spots that may have developed. Make sure that you close any zippers or velcro fasteners, otherwise it could result in permanent damage to your duvet.

To care for your comforter or duvet, it is best to regularly fluff it to keep its shape and to use a duvet cover to protect it from dirt and stains. You should also spot clean any spills or stains quickly to keep it clean and fresh. Here are some steps to follow:  

  1. Set the washing machine to the gentle cycle and a lukewarm water temperature.
  2. Add a mild detergent, and let the washing machine run its cycle.
  3. Remove your duvet from the washing machine and shake it out again, to fluff and redistribute the stuffing.
  4. Put your duvet in the dryer on the no-heat or air-only cycle, along with two tennis balls.
  5. When the duvet is dry, shake it out one more time to fluff it detergent, and let the washing machine run its cycle.
  6. Remove your duvet from the washing machine and shake it out again, to fluff and redistribute the stuffing.
  7. After drying, store your comforter/duvet in a breathable storage bag. Avoid storing them in direct sunlight or near heat sources as this can cause them to become misshapen.

Additionally, remember to avoid washing the comforter too often, as this can damage the fabric and cause it to become less soft and comfortable.


Sheets and covers can provide comfort, warmth, and protection for your bedding and sleep. They helps to keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer, while also absorbing sweat and other body fluids. In addition, they can protect the mattress and bedding from dust, dirt, and allergens, as well as protect against wear and tear.

Care instructions

It is recommended that you wash your sheets and covers at least once a week to keep them fresh and clean. Most sheets and covers can be washed on a warm or cool cycle in the washing machine. It is important to use a gentle detergent and avoid any fabric softeners or bleach. For best results, hang sheets and covers to dry or tumble dry on low heat. If you prefer a crisp and smooth look, it is a good idea to iron them on a low heat setting.

To avoid soiling your sheets and covers, keep the bedroom clean and free of dust and dirt. Regularly vacuuming and dusting will help keep the bedroom free of allergens and other debris. Additionally, it is important to avoid eating or drinking in bed. Finally, if you have pets, be sure to keep them clean and bathed regularly to avoid shedding hair and dander on the bedding.


Caring for other special bedding

There are many kinds of bedding, bu not all of them is totally made from textile and fibre. For those blankets made for special purpose, we should also pay more attention on their caring.

Weighted Blanket

Weighted blankets are special blankets designed to provide a calming effect, which can help reduce stress, anxiety, and insomnia. They contain small, evenly distributed weights, such as plastic pellets or glass beads, and are heavier than regular blankets.

Typically, you should use a gentle cycle and cold water, and avoid using bleach, fabric softener, and other harsh chemicals. Air drying is usually recommended, as it can help to preserve the integrity of the weight. Since some weighted blanket can not be dried in the dryer, it better to check the washing instructions of the manufacturer before put your weighted blanket in a dryer. Be sure to use the lowest heat setting and check the weighted beads to make sure they are evenly distributed after drying.

You should stop using a weighted blanket if it has leaked beads. Leaking beads can pose a choking hazard and can also damage the blanket and other items in the vicinity. If your weighted blanket has leaked beads, contact the manufacturer for assistance.

Check out: Weighted Blanket for Adults

Heated blanket

A heated blanket can provide warmth and comfort in cold weather. They typically use electricity to create a warming effect, and are available in a variety of materials and heating levels. Heated blankets are ideal for people who need extra warmth while sleeping, and can also help to reduce pain and stiffness.

You should wash a heated blanket according to the manufacturer's instructions. Generally, it is best to wash the blanket every two to three months. Additionally, unplug the blanket before washing and drying it, and avoid using harsh chemicals. Finally, inspect the blanket regularly for signs of damage or wear.

It is best to use a heated blanket for no more than two to three hours at a time. Heated blankets are designed to provide warmth and comfort, but should not be used for extended periods of time. Additionally, prolonged use of a heated blanket can lead to overheating, which can damage the blanket and its components.

Check out: Zonli Heated Collection


A comfortable and well-maintained bed can improve your quality of sleep, physical health and mental well-being. Properly washing and caring for your bedding can help extend the life of your bedding and keep it clean, fresh and in good condition. By following these tips, you may enjoy improved sleep and better overall physical health.

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