The Care Guide

Boxspring

First use
You only need to attach the legs and/or casters provided. Tighten all legs and/or castors firmly. Please note! Also attach the legs in the middle of the box spring. Tighten them again after the first month. A double bed consists of two box springs that can be attached to each other by means of connectors. A headboard that may be included is attached to the headboard of the bed. Depending on the model chosen, you can attach the headboard to the bed or to the wall.

Care advice
To clean an upholstered box spring, use a soft, damp cloth or a soft brush. Never use abrasives, bleach or other corrosive substances. We recommend that you use as little water as possible.

Mattress

First use
Please note that mattresses always need some time to "settle in". Initially, your mattress will feel a little stiff. Your body also needs some time to get used to a new mattress. We recommend that you turn and rotate the mattress at least once every quarter. For protection and hygiene, always use a 100% cotton flannel and fitted sheet. Open your comforter every morning to allow the mattress to air properly.

Care advice

If you want to remove a stain, do not use corrosive substances and as little water as possible. It is best to put the mattress on one side. Caution! Never fold the mattress in half, this can damage the springs in the mattress.

Featherbed

First use
Your Featherbed/Fiberbed may not be the right size after unpacking. Therefore, first let it air for four hours. During use, the Featherbed will continue to form to the desired size.

Care advice
Open your comforter every morning so that the Featherbed/Fiberbed can air properly. It is also important to regularly shake the Featherbed/Fiberbed to retain volume and resilience. A Comfort Featherbed is best shaken twice a week. For the Original Featherbed and the Prestige Featherbed, once a week is sufficient. Finally, we recommend that you turn the Featherbed over and around once a week, for example when changing the bed linen.

Washing advice

With daily use, we recommend that you professionally clean the Featherbed/Fiberbed once every four years. The DOUXE Featherbed/Fiberbed can be washed at 40°C but does not fit in a regular washing machine.

Finally
Our ticking is made of cotton so it is breathable and allows the Featherbed to breathe. Despite the tightly woven ticking, an occasional feather can poke through. This is especially common with new Featherbeds. The cause is the friction between the Featherbed and the underlying mattress. This is easily solved by complementing your Featherbed with a protective cover or flannel.

Featherbed Protector

First use
The protective cover is made of durable cotton. Because cotton still shrinks slightly during the first washings, the protective cover is slightly larger than the indicated size. The protective cover is designed for the DOUXE Featherbed and can be used in combination with or instead of a flannel.

Washing advice
We recommend washing the protective cover inside out and with the zipper closed at 40°C (max. 60°C) and drying in the dryer at a low temperature.

Duvets

First use
Your comforter and/or pillow may not be the right size after unpacking. Therefore, first let it air for a few hours.

Care advice
Open your comforter every morning so that it can air properly. To retain the volume, we recommend that you regularly lightly shake the comforter and/or pillow. Turn and rotate your comforter and/or pillow regularly.

Washing advice
With daily use we recommend that you clean the comforter once every four years. It is best to have the comforter cleaned professionally by your dry cleaner.

Pillows

First use
Your pillow may not be the right size after unpacking. Therefore, first let it air for a few hours.

Care advice
To retain the volume, we recommend that you regularly lightly shake the pillow. Turn and rotate your pillow regularly.

Washing advice
To protect your pillow and for reasons of hygiene, we recommend that you use a pillow slip. You can wash your pillows yourself at 40°C. Do this annually and use only a wool detergent (alkali-free) and no fabric softener to prevent damage. Attention! After washing, let the pillow dry very well, preferably in a dryer with some new tennis ball.

Bed Linen

First use
The bed linen is made of durable Egyptian cotton. Because cotton still shrinks slightly during the first washings, the linen is slightly larger than the indicated size. We therefore advise you to wash it before first use.

Washing advice
We recommend washing the bed linen inside out at 40℃ (max 60℃) and drying in a tumble dryer at low temperature.

Watch the video about washing Egyptian cotton here.

First use

Washing advice

Care instructions

Lasting beauty

Follow these simple care guidelines and your products will be rewarded with lasting beauty.