- Double 78" x 88", 43 oz filling weight.
- Queen 90" x 90", 50 oz filling weight;
- King 106" x 90", 59 oz filling weight.
If you do use a cover, the silk duvet itself will almost never need cleaning.
Treat localised spillages immediately by wiping the affected area with a clean white damp cloth. If the spillage has penetrated through to the silk floss, delicately hand wash the affected area only using luke warm water (maximum 30° Centigrade) and a small drop of Woolite or comparable, then rinse thoroughly using cold water. If a more thorough washing is necessary you can wash your silk duvet in a front loading washing machine on a delicate cycle. Top loading machines can exert excess strain and pulling due to the agitator. Dry flat. When dry, your silk duvet can be fluffed in a dryer using a no heat air setting for a short time, not to exceed 30 minutes. Heat can shrink the silk fibers.
"Sun curing" is the traditional way to care for a silk duvet. You should air out your silk duvet using this technique periodically, whenever it becomes heavy or starts to lose heat retention. To do so, place the duvet in the sun (with the cover on for protection) for an hour or two at the most. Because silk has the ability to absorb moisture, this process will dry it out, making it fluffy and lighter, and improving its insulating properties.