Care Guidelines

Care Guidelines

All our ELN Living premium bedding is designed to give you years of enjoyment under normal use and conditions.

As with any high quality textile, they will repay the care you give them with long-term comfort and value.

While "gentle" is the watchword for ELN Living bedding care, the following pages offer detailed advice for each product group.

Bed Linens

ELN Living bed linens are designed to provide years of enjoyment under normal conditions. As with many high quality textile fabrics, they will repay the care you give them with long-term comfort.

  • When cleaning, we recommend that you machine wash your ELN Living bed linens on a gentle cycle in warm or cold water using a mild soap. Detergents that contain optical whitening agents should be avoided, as they reduce comfort and compromise the color by coating the fabric.
  • You can machine-dry ELN Living linens using an air cycle or low temperature setting. Do not over dry all-cotton fabrics. Remove them from the dryer and fold or place on the bed as they reach the point of dryness.

Comforters

To keep your ELN Living down or down alternative comforter in optimal condition, use a proper duvet cover (laundered about once a week) and fluff it several times as you make your bed. These steps will greatly extend the life of your comforter and will ensure that it rarely requires cleaning.

Doing so will also mean that it rarely requires cleaning. To keep your comforter is optimal condition, fluff it several times as you make your bed.

  • When you do decide to clean it, a convenient option is to use a professional laundry or dry-cleaning service with down and down alternative experience.
  • ELN Living down comforters can also be hand-washed in tepid water with a mild soap. Be sure to hand-wring gently after a thorough rinse and machine-dry using an air cycle or low temperature setting.
  • Spot cleaning, when necessary, can be done with a moist clean cloth and mild soap.

Pillows

Keep your ELN Living natural fill pillows and wool pillows in top condition by thumping them back into shape each morning.

  • Using a good quality pillow protector will also reduce cleaning frequency.
  • As with our comforters, when you do decide to clean your pillows, a professional laundry or dry-cleaning service with down and down alternative experience is a convenient option.
  • Your pillows can also be machine-washed and dried, provided that you use a gentle wash cycle with a mild soap and low temperatures throughout.
  • Spot cleaning, when necessary, can be done with a moist clean cloth and mild soap.