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September 01, 2020
We all have a favorite blanket, one that sits on the couch and gets used on a daily basis. Maybe it’s fleece, or crochet, or plush — there’s a lot of different types of blankets, and over time these blankets get dirty which is why it’s important to know how to wash them. No matter what type of throw blanket you have, we’re here to show you how to wash it.
Fleece is one of the most common types of throw blankets because of it’s excellent softness, but if not washed carefully you’ll find that it can easily lose color or fall apart after a few washes.
To help your fleece blanket last, make sure to do the following:
Electric (also known as heated) blankets are a great way to stay warm on cold winter nights, but you definitely need to exercise caution when washing to make sure you don’t ruin it.
To wash an electric blanket, follow these steps:
The small microbeads or pellets in a weighted blanket make a lot of people weary to wash it (for fear of it ripping open creating a mess in your washer), but there is a safe and easy way to clean it without ruining the blanket.
Follow these simple steps to wash a weighted blanket:
Crochet blankets are extremely delicate and may be the most cherished of all blankets if you made it yourself or if it was a gift from a family member. Depending on the type of yarn used, you may need to use a specific washing method.
To help you keep your precious crochet blanket in tip-top shape, follow these washing instructions:
Wool is great because it offers great ventilation and breathability to help keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer, plus it also helps repel moisture away from your body. In fact, we love wool so much that we made 100% lambs wool mattress pads that make it easy for anyone to transform their bed into a cozy cloud.
Although wool is popular, it’s also notorious for shrinkage and felting when washing which is why you should follow these steps when washing your wool blanket:
If you’re tired of blankets falling apart after only a few washes, its time to invest in a throw blanket that lasts. Denali’s Microplush throw blankets are made to survive machine washing, and actually get softer with each wash. While many blankets print colors or designs onto fabric, we dye our fibers before production to achieve long-lasting colors that’ll look just as good on day 900 as they do on day one.
In addition to being extremely durable, our blankets are also incredibly soft which provides exceptional comfort. You’ll want to spend all day and night snuggling in our cozy blankets, which also regulate temperature by creating billions of air pockets between fibers to help you maintain an ideal body temperature in warm and cool conditions.Check out our wide selection of blankets to find your new favorite throw.
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