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Easiest Way to Change the Cover on a Duvet

January 17, 2014


Easiest Way to Change the Cover on a Duvet:


Changing the cover of a duvet is one of the most frustrating and annoying things about cleaning a bed. Often it involves swearing, sweating and general annoyance, especially if you are short, frail or disabled.


Traditional methods of changing the cover of a duvet involve crawling inside the duvet cover and then standing up inside it with your arms out stretched to fill to each corner and then then falling onto the bed so that you can crawl out… Not very dignified and really difficult to do if you are tall and your duvet is single or you are small and you have a double. Another method involves laying your duvet cover on top of your duvet and then feeding it in slowly from each corner. This method is slow and annoying as the duvet often gets crumpled and difficult to maneuver. Or you could use all sorts of clips and pegs and zips that are more annoying than helpful… You get the point…


Or you could just use the following method easy method:

 

Called the Burrito Style, this method is quick and easy and perfect for everybody, no matter how big or small you or your buvet are!

 

Step by step method:

 

Step 1: Lay your duvet cover inside out flat on your bed, each corner touching the corner of the mattress.

Step 2: Put your duvet on top of the cover. Make sure it touches the edges of the cover

Step 3:Starting at the closed end of the duvet cover, start rolling up the duvet and duvet cover into a cigar or burrito shape.

Step 4: Open the duvet cover and reach in and grab the end of the burrito roll and pull it through on each end of the burrito roll.

Step 5: Unroll the duvet and flatten! Easy!


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