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Cortina Warm Down Duvet Filler

$2,000.00
Encased in silky white cotton sateen, the Cortina Warm Down Duvet Filler is filled with naturally light and extremely soft Polish goose down - excellent at springing back into shape and retaining its enduring fluffiness. Firm density.
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Our Cortina Down Duvets are filled with 85% Polish White Goose Down and covered with cotton sateen. Finished with a double stitch seam and decorative piping. 85% goose down, 15% TK, 100% cotton. Made in Italy.

Product dimensions are:
  • In centimetres: 264x231
  • In inches: 104x91

sku:8054404839560

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Care Instructions

Machine wash in an oversized machine without a center agitator, using warm water and mild detergent on the delicate cycle. Do not use bleach or fabric softener. Repeat the rinse cycle an additional 1-2 times to ensure the detergent is completely removed. Dry using the low heat. Place a couple of clean tennis balls or dryer balls inside the dryer. Removing frequently to shake will help minimize wrinkling and aid the drying process. Dry well beyond the point where the outer fabric feels dry so that the down clusters will be fully dry - this often takes 3-4 hours. If possible, allow the comforter an additional 24 hours to air dry and release any moisture before placing inside a duvet cover. If you notice a lingering odor or clumping then the item was not fully dry when it was removed from the dryer.