Is there anything better than lying in a freshly washed bed? Hardly! But changing sheets and bed linen every week and never having the pillow, comforter and mattress cover cleaned is not exactly refreshing either. Because during sleep, a person loses up to half a liter of fluid, which remains in the bedding as sweat and grease stains.
We recommend that you clean your bed contents at least once a year to prolong its life and enjoy a hygienic bed. This will also loosen up the contents of blankets and pillows and make them fluffy again.
We clean comforters, pillows and mattress covers according to the care labels in the cleaning or washing process, as well as delicate contents such as camel hair comforters, virgin wool comforters and sheep wool blankets.
Enjoy your sleep after a cleanse in a perfectly fresh, good smelling bed!
We clean your comforter, pillows as well as mattress covers, bed linen and sheets.
Comforters and pillows made of down, synthetic fiber, natural fibers as well as natural hair can be delivered to us for cleaning.
People lose up to half a liter of fluid per night, as well as many small skin flakes. These not only settle in the bedding, but also get stuck in the pillow and comforter. Down can clump, the materials can no longer absorb the sweat at some point and the balancing warming effect of the comforters and pillows can be impaired. In addition, they are a paradise for bacteria and mites. Good daily airing can be a good preventive measure. This is best done while the bed is unmade. Nevertheless, pillows, blankets and mattress covers should be cleaned every 1 to 2 years to get rid of the residues.
You will have your bed contents back in no time. The processing time is about 48 hours and they will be back with you on the ordered delivery date.
The cost varies depending on the size, texture and filling materials. On our price list you will find the corresponding costs listed.
We clean or wash your bedding according to the manufacturer's textile care label. The materials are cared for gently and sustainably.
This can happen because of the processes. Washing dissolves water-based stains, while cleaning dissolves grease-based stains. Your textiles are hygienically clean after treatment. However, it may be that, for example, visible water-based stains are still present after cleaning, because the product must not be washed according to the care label.