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Feather and Down Products
Feather and Down Duvets, Blankets, Wraps and Covers
are many types of Duvets from White Goose Down, duck
Feather and Down to White Goose Feather to Down pocket
stitched duvets, in single, double, king and superking
The weight or thickness of a duvet is measured in
Togs: Lightweight 4.5 Tog, medium weight 10.5 Tog, winter
weight 13.5 Tog plus
All Seasons dual duvets are duvets that come in two
layers that can be changed to make your duvet thick or
thinner for your all round year needs.
Information about Feather and Down Bedding Products
Does Colour Matter? NO
Down and feathers can come in various
shades ranging from pure white to black speckled grey.
Typically, the industry has placed a premium on white
feathers and down due to its ability to visually blend
in better when filled into white bedding products.
However colour of the feathers and down has no relevance
to its quality.
Where does down
Down is the light fluffy coating clustered beneath
the feathers of waterfowl that protect them from the
elements. Most down can be found on the belly of geese
and ducks, as this is the part that is exposed to water
and must keep the bird warm.
Fill power is a measure of how
'fluffy' or 'lofty' down
is. The higher the fill power, the more it traps air,
and it's trapped air that keeps the sleeper warm.
a Feather, Down is even lighter!
In every pound of feathers, there are only four to
five ounces of down
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What does TOG mean?
A 'tog' is a unit of thermal
resistance, used for measuring the warmth of a duvet.
The higher the tog rating, the warmer the duvet.
down is the soft under coat feathers without the quill
shaft. Being light and fluffy, it is superior in keeping
warmth in while at the same time has a breathable
quality so you wont have that sweatiness that you would
get with polyester. On the majority of birds they are
found on the breast and belly.
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Perfect for All year round
Down is an insulator much more efficient than feather,
for summer and winter. It traps body warmth when it's
cold and eliminates it when it's warm.
duvets feature an astonishing weight of 850gsm. What's
even more astonishing is the way the feathers capture
warmth and body heat, making them ideal for the coldest
Cleaning Feathers & Down
We recommend professional cleaning for all our feather
filled products as washing in a standard washing machine
can destroy the natural construction of the feathers. This
can reduce the loft of the duvets and pillows as well as
their lifetime. Our products are manufactured to the
highest quality and if care is taken when cleaning, we
guarantee you will have many years of pleasure from them.
Popular Types of Goose Feather
There are varying quality of feather and
down. The quality of the feather and down is
mainly dependent on the size of the bird and the climate
that it is raised in. We have listed the regions
that have reputations for producing goose feathers in a
general order of reputed quality.
- Hungarian Superior Quality White Goose Down
- Canadian Goose Down
- Siberian Goose Feather
- Hungarian Goose Feather
- Polish Goose Down
- Egyptian Goose Feather
- Chinese Goose Down
Feather & Down Duvet Inners Care
- Before use, place your inner in a cool dryer for
10 minutes to get maximum loft (volume).
Or give the inner a good shake and air outside.
- No need to launder, unless stained due to spillage
etc. Then dry-cleaning is recommended.
- Shake the duvet every now and then to mix up the
feathers and distribute them more evenly. This allows
the feathers to loft and provide better insulation.
- Air in direct sunlight regularly. This revitalizes
the feathers and keeps them hygienic and free from
- When not in use, store the duvet in a dry place to
prevent mildew forming.
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Are feather products really
A lot of people are allergic to feathers in which case we
would not recommend that you to use feather bedding but
seek synthetic duvets and pillows instead.
However if it's the much more common dust mite
allergies you have then it has been shown that the
rigorous washing of the feathers and using a down-proof
cambric cotton makes feather bedding a better option.
Independent studies by the British Medical Journal
have shown that people suffering from asthma actually
benefit from using feather duvets rather than synthetic
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