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How to Care for Your Crane & Canopy Bedding
Add one set of linens, or your duvet, per wash. This will allow for your sheets to be thoroughly and evenly cleaned.
It is best to wash your bedding on a cold water gentle cycle with a mild detergent. Make sure the zippers are closed prior to washing or drying. If you feel your bedding is particularly soiled, you can use warm water and a stronger detergent.
Be sure to use a color-safe bleach alternative to keeps your whites white and your colors bright! Overuse of chlorine bleach can lead to weakened fibers and cause the fibers to thin. This will diminish the life of your linens, which can last upwards of ten years if cared for properly.
Harsh heat can hurt your bedding, so air dry whenever possible. If machine drying is needed, be sure to use a low-heat setting such as delicate or permanent press.
When using a machine to dry your bedding, consider popping in a lavender laundry sachet during the cycle to give your bedding a lovely fresh scent.
Remove your bedding from the dryer as soon as possible to avoid letting wrinkles set. To get truly wrinkle-free bedding, use an iron on the appropriate heat setting to get rid of any wrinkles.
[+] Caring for Your Pintuck Bedding
In order to create the pleated and voluminous look, each one of the pintucks on the Valencia is hand sewn individually and with care. While our pintucks are reinforced, we recommend you still handle the Valencia with care to maintain its textured look.
Unbalanced pressure or tension may cause the pintucks to come undone. If for any reason your pintucks come undone, please contact your local seamstress.
Here are some friendly care tips:
Make sure there is nothing on top of your pintuck bedding when making or adjusting your bed.
When adjusting your pintuck bedding, use the underside of the duvet, vs. the pintuck top.
Make sure the zippers are closed prior to washing or drying. Wash on cold, gentle cycle.
While bed jumping is encouraged at Crane & Canopy, try to not to jump on your pintuck bedding.
Take care of stains as soon as possible, before they set in. If you can get to spills while they're still wet, it can come out more easily. Make sure that your cleaners are safe to use on fabrics.
When not in use, your bedding should be stored in a cool dry place with adequate air circulation. Adding a sachet of lavender or using a linen spray will give your bedding a lovely subtle scent that will add to its freshness.