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Good Night Linen

5 Star Luxurious Linen

Since 2010 Good night Linen has supplied some of the best hotels in Africa.

 

We believe in quality and consistency from shipment  to shipment at truly competitive prices.

 

The Ultimate Luxury product suitable for those establishments who wish to spoil their guests with luxurious comfort.

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DUVET & PILLOW INNERS
Our Luxury 10.5 Tog Microfiber Duvets This is the alternative duvet to the Natural Goose down Filled Duvets. Some 5 star hotels prefer synthetic duvets while others prefer natural filled luxury duvets. There are guests who say they are allergic to feather filled products however there is still research being done in this area. Each quilt is filled with a 100% Microfiber blend which gives the superb drape of a natural luxury duvet. Microfiber is man-made polyester fiber which is designed to trap heat. This 10.5 tog rated duvet has 500 grams of filling per square meter making it a beautiful light even spread weight for comfort and opulence. *MACHINE WASHABLE* 10.5 Tog Microfiber Duvet Features: • Fiber proof 100% cotton 233t outer casing • Piped edges all around for extra durability • Stitched through cassettes to avoid cold spots and Fiber Movement • Machine washable 40 degrees Our Luxury Microfiber Pillows: This, like the duvet is the alternative the natural filled pillow. The micro-fiber filling provides a slightly firmer but still very comfortable experience. These luxury hotel microfiber pillows have a 100% cotton percale cover with piped edges all round, containing a special blend of microfibers for a medium/firm support rating whilst retaining a soft comfort factor. Microfiber Pillow Features: • 100% Cotton Percale Cover • Piped edges • Super-fine Micro-fiber for extra comfort • Machine Washable
FAQ's ABOUT MATTRESS & PILLOW PROTECTORS
What is a TOG Rating? Tog ratings are mainly used in the UK. The fabric of a typical man's suit has a thermal resistance of around 0.1 m2K/W. This measurement was simplified for general use and people called it "one tog". The tog was invented by workers at the Shirley Institute, Manchester, in the 1940s. The name comes from the informal word "togs" for clothing. Tog values are used to measure the potential warmth of many products, not just duvets. Note that the tog rating does not necessarily relate directly to the thickness of the duvet. Different materials have different thermal resistance characteristics and different thicknesses will be required to achieve the same tog rating. Most hotels would use a 10.5TOG duvet and this Tog Rating can be achieved by using various fillings. If pure Goose down is used the duvet is lighter as you require less filling to achieve the rating. If down & feather then more filling would be required and if just feathers then the duvet becomes very heavy indeed… but with a microfiber filling. What can I do if I am allergic to Down or Feathers? Our answer is simple. Choose a MICRO FIBER DUVET Microfiber duvets have very fine fibers which are tightly woven e. Microfiber duvets offer the ultimate warmth due to their tightly packed fibers and you’ll find that most come treated with an anti-allergy coating which will ensure they’re the perfect choice for those suffering from allergies. Of course, microfiber duvets are also lightweight compared to natural filled duvets and are one of the most popular synthetic fillings currently on the market. Microfiber provides warmth without the weight and as such, duvets with a microfiber filling can be very light yet warm. In many cases, microfiber duvets will feel just like down yet are much more lighter and easier to sleep under. Microfiber is the lightest and finest synthetic fiber available as a duvet filling and offers you that extra soft and extremely cosy feeling. If you’ve always had a natural-filled duvet but fancy a change, your best bet is to go for a microfiber one. Can I launder my duvet and pillow? Whilst all duvet and pillow products have a wash label which says you can wash and dry the products, our recommendation is that you approach drying with great care. Whatever anybody tells you, laundering duvets and pillows is not straightforward. Washing them is the easy bit it is the drying that is more difficult. This is complicated by the fact that there is no strict advice to follow, each manufacturer has slightly different ideas about temperatures and drying cycles. What is a fact is that if a pillow or duvet has been through a spin cycle or is subjected to hot tumble drying, there will be a problem with the filling, both natural and synthetic. In our experience, if a duvet is going to be laundered, it needs to be constantly removed from the drying cycle and shaken vigorously. This action will help to separate the fibers or feathers as they lose moisture and help them to fluff up. How often this should be done, and for what duration? This is both a guess and a minefield. Our recommendation is to take the advice of a specialist cleaner but if you are going to attempt it yourself, to be ultra-cautious and definitely shake the items several times during drying. What does "Box Construction" mean? A Box Construction describes the make up of a natural filled duvet. With box construction the duvet is hemmed into equally sized squares, each square is then filled with the down or feathers. This spreads the warmth across the entire duvet. Gone are the days when you wake up and all the filling is at the bottom of the duvet. .
DUVET & PILLOW INNERS
Our Luxury 10.5 Tog Microfiber Duvets This is the alternative duvet to the Natural Goose down Filled Duvets. Some 5 star hotels prefer synthetic duvets while others prefer natural filled luxury duvets. There are guests who say they are allergic to feather filled products however there is still research being done in this area. Each quilt is filled with a 100% Microfiber blend which gives the superb drape of a natural luxury duvet. Microfiber is man-made polyester fiber which is designed to trap heat. This 10.5 tog rated duvet has 500 grams of filling per square meter making it a beautiful light even spread weight for comfort and opulence. *MACHINE WASHABLE* 10.5 Tog Microfiber Duvet Features: • Fiber proof 100% cotton 233t outer casing • Piped edges all around for extra durability • Stitched through cassettes to avoid cold spots and Fiber Movement • Machine washable 40 degrees Our Luxury Microfiber Pillows: This, like the duvet is the alternative the natural filled pillow. The micro-fiber filling provides a slightly firmer but still very comfortable experience. These luxury hotel microfiber pillows have a 100% cotton percale cover with piped edges all round, containing a special blend of microfibers for a medium/firm support rating whilst retaining a soft comfort factor. Microfiber Pillow Features: • 100% Cotton Percale Cover • Piped edges • Super-fine Micro-fiber for extra comfort • Machine Washable
FAQ's ABOUT MATTRESS & PILLOW PROTECTORS
What is a TOG Rating? Tog ratings are mainly used in the UK. The fabric of a typical man's suit has a thermal resistance of around 0.1 m2K/W. This measurement was simplified for general use and people called it "one tog". The tog was invented by workers at the Shirley Institute, Manchester, in the 1940s. The name comes from the informal word "togs" for clothing. Tog values are used to measure the potential warmth of many products, not just duvets. Note that the tog rating does not necessarily relate directly to the thickness of the duvet. Different materials have different thermal resistance characteristics and different thicknesses will be required to achieve the same tog rating. Most hotels would use a 10.5TOG duvet and this Tog Rating can be achieved by using various fillings. If pure Goose down is used the duvet is lighter as you require less filling to achieve the rating. If down & feather then more filling would be required and if just feathers then the duvet becomes very heavy indeed… but with a microfiber filling. What can I do if I am allergic to Down or Feathers? Our answer is simple. Choose a MICRO FIBER DUVET Microfiber duvets have very fine fibers which are tightly woven e. Microfiber duvets offer the ultimate warmth due to their tightly packed fibers and you’ll find that most come treated with an anti-allergy coating which will ensure they’re the perfect choice for those suffering from allergies. Of course, microfiber duvets are also lightweight compared to natural filled duvets and are one of the most popular synthetic fillings currently on the market. Microfiber provides warmth without the weight and as such, duvets with a microfiber filling can be very light yet warm. In many cases, microfiber duvets will feel just like down yet are much more lighter and easier to sleep under. Microfiber is the lightest and finest synthetic fiber available as a duvet filling and offers you that extra soft and extremely cosy feeling. If you’ve always had a natural-filled duvet but fancy a change, your best bet is to go for a microfiber one. Can I launder my duvet and pillow? Whilst all duvet and pillow products have a wash label which says you can wash and dry the products, our recommendation is that you approach drying with great care. Whatever anybody tells you, laundering duvets and pillows is not straightforward. Washing them is the easy bit it is the drying that is more difficult. This is complicated by the fact that there is no strict advice to follow, each manufacturer has slightly different ideas about temperatures and drying cycles. What is a fact is that if a pillow or duvet has been through a spin cycle or is subjected to hot tumble drying, there will be a problem with the filling, both natural and synthetic. In our experience, if a duvet is going to be laundered, it needs to be constantly removed from the drying cycle and shaken vigorously. This action will help to separate the fibers or feathers as they lose moisture and help them to fluff up. How often this should be done, and for what duration? This is both a guess and a minefield. Our recommendation is to take the advice of a specialist cleaner but if you are going to attempt it yourself, to be ultra-cautious and definitely shake the items several times during drying. What does "Box Construction" mean? A Box Construction describes the make up of a natural filled duvet. With box construction the duvet is hemmed into equally sized squares, each square is then filled with the down or feathers. This spreads the warmth across the entire duvet. Gone are the days when you wake up and all the filling is at the bottom of the duvet. .
DUVET & PILLOW INNERS
Our Luxury 10.5 Tog Microfiber Duvets This is the alternative duvet to the Natural Goose down Filled Duvets. Some 5 star hotels prefer synthetic duvets while others prefer natural filled luxury duvets. There are guests who say they are allergic to feather filled products however there is still research being done in this area. Each quilt is filled with a 100% Microfiber blend which gives the superb drape of a natural luxury duvet. Microfiber is man-made polyester fiber which is designed to trap heat. This 10.5 tog rated duvet has 500 grams of filling per square meter making it a beautiful light even spread weight for comfort and opulence. *MACHINE WASHABLE* 10.5 Tog Microfiber Duvet Features: • Fiber proof 100% cotton 233t outer casing • Piped edges all around for extra durability • Stitched through cassettes to avoid cold spots and Fiber Movement • Machine washable 40 degrees Our Luxury Microfiber Pillows: This, like the duvet is the alternative the natural filled pillow. The micro-fiber filling provides a slightly firmer but still very comfortable experience. These luxury hotel microfiber pillows have a 100% cotton percale cover with piped edges all round, containing a special blend of microfibers for a medium/firm support rating whilst retaining a soft comfort factor. Microfiber Pillow Features: • 100% Cotton Percale Cover • Piped edges • Super-fine Micro-fiber for extra comfort • Machine Washable
FAQ's ABOUT MATTRESS & PILLOW PROTECTORS
What is a TOG Rating? Tog ratings are mainly used in the UK. The fabric of a typical man's suit has a thermal resistance of around 0.1 m2K/W. This measurement was simplified for general use and people called it "one tog". The tog was invented by workers at the Shirley Institute, Manchester, in the 1940s. The name comes from the informal word "togs" for clothing. Tog values are used to measure the potential warmth of many products, not just duvets. Note that the tog rating does not necessarily relate directly to the thickness of the duvet. Different materials have different thermal resistance characteristics and different thicknesses will be required to achieve the same tog rating. Most hotels would use a 10.5TOG duvet and this Tog Rating can be achieved by using various fillings. If pure Goose down is used the duvet is lighter as you require less filling to achieve the rating. If down & feather then more filling would be required and if just feathers then the duvet becomes very heavy indeed… but with a microfiber filling. What can I do if I am allergic to Down or Feathers? Our answer is simple. Choose a MICRO FIBER DUVET Microfiber duvets have very fine fibers which are tightly woven e. Microfiber duvets offer the ultimate warmth due to their tightly packed fibers and you’ll find that most come treated with an anti-allergy coating which will ensure they’re the perfect choice for those suffering from allergies. Of course, microfiber duvets are also lightweight compared to natural filled duvets and are one of the most popular synthetic fillings currently on the market. Microfiber provides warmth without the weight and as such, duvets with a microfiber filling can be very light yet warm. In many cases, microfiber duvets will feel just like down yet are much more lighter and easier to sleep under. Microfiber is the lightest and finest synthetic fiber available as a duvet filling and offers you that extra soft and extremely cosy feeling. If you’ve always had a natural-filled duvet but fancy a change, your best bet is to go for a microfiber one. Can I launder my duvet and pillow? Whilst all duvet and pillow products have a wash label which says you can wash and dry the products, our recommendation is that you approach drying with great care. Whatever anybody tells you, laundering duvets and pillows is not straightforward. Washing them is the easy bit it is the drying that is more difficult. This is complicated by the fact that there is no strict advice to follow, each manufacturer has slightly different ideas about temperatures and drying cycles. What is a fact is that if a pillow or duvet has been through a spin cycle or is subjected to hot tumble drying, there will be a problem with the filling, both natural and synthetic. In our experience, if a duvet is going to be laundered, it needs to be constantly removed from the drying cycle and shaken vigorously. This action will help to separate the fibers or feathers as they lose moisture and help them to fluff up. How often this should be done, and for what duration? This is both a guess and a minefield. Our recommendation is to take the advice of a specialist cleaner but if you are going to attempt it yourself, to be ultra-cautious and definitely shake the items several times during drying. What does "Box Construction" mean? A Box Construction describes the make up of a natural filled duvet. With box construction the duvet is hemmed into equally sized squares, each square is then filled with the down or feathers. This spreads the warmth across the entire duvet. Gone are the days when you wake up and all the filling is at the bottom of the duvet. .
DUVET & PILLOW INNERS
Our Luxury 10.5 Tog Microfiber Duvets This is the alternative duvet to the Natural Goose down Filled Duvets. Some 5 star hotels prefer synthetic duvets while others prefer natural filled luxury duvets. There are guests who say they are allergic to feather filled products however there is still research being done in this area. Each quilt is filled with a 100% Microfiber blend which gives the superb drape of a natural luxury duvet. Microfiber is man-made polyester fiber which is designed to trap heat. This 10.5 tog rated duvet has 500 grams of filling per square meter making it a beautiful light even spread weight for comfort and opulence. *MACHINE WASHABLE* 10.5 Tog Microfiber Duvet Features: • Fiber proof 100% cotton 233t outer casing • Piped edges all around for extra durability • Stitched through cassettes to avoid cold spots and Fiber Movement • Machine washable 40 degrees Our Luxury Microfiber Pillows: This, like the duvet is the alternative the natural filled pillow. The micro-fiber filling provides a slightly firmer but still very comfortable experience. These luxury hotel microfiber pillows have a 100% cotton percale cover with piped edges all round, containing a special blend of microfibers for a medium/firm support rating whilst retaining a soft comfort factor. Microfiber Pillow Features: • 100% Cotton Percale Cover • Piped edges • Super-fine Micro-fiber for extra comfort • Machine Washable
FAQ's ABOUT MATTRESS & PILLOW PROTECTORS
What is a TOG Rating? Tog ratings are mainly used in the UK. The fabric of a typical man's suit has a thermal resistance of around 0.1 m2K/W. This measurement was simplified for general use and people called it "one tog". The tog was invented by workers at the Shirley Institute, Manchester, in the 1940s. The name comes from the informal word "togs" for clothing. Tog values are used to measure the potential warmth of many products, not just duvets. Note that the tog rating does not necessarily relate directly to the thickness of the duvet. Different materials have different thermal resistance characteristics and different thicknesses will be required to achieve the same tog rating. Most hotels would use a 10.5TOG duvet and this Tog Rating can be achieved by using various fillings. If pure Goose down is used the duvet is lighter as you require less filling to achieve the rating. If down & feather then more filling would be required and if just feathers then the duvet becomes very heavy indeed… but with a microfiber filling. What can I do if I am allergic to Down or Feathers? Our answer is simple. Choose a MICRO FIBER DUVET Microfiber duvets have very fine fibers which are tightly woven e. Microfiber duvets offer the ultimate warmth due to their tightly packed fibers and you’ll find that most come treated with an anti-allergy coating which will ensure they’re the perfect choice for those suffering from allergies. Of course, microfiber duvets are also lightweight compared to natural filled duvets and are one of the most popular synthetic fillings currently on the market. Microfiber provides warmth without the weight and as such, duvets with a microfiber filling can be very light yet warm. In many cases, microfiber duvets will feel just like down yet are much more lighter and easier to sleep under. Microfiber is the lightest and finest synthetic fiber available as a duvet filling and offers you that extra soft and extremely cosy feeling. If you’ve always had a natural-filled duvet but fancy a change, your best bet is to go for a microfiber one. Can I launder my duvet and pillow? Whilst all duvet and pillow products have a wash label which says you can wash and dry the products, our recommendation is that you approach drying with great care. Whatever anybody tells you, laundering duvets and pillows is not straightforward. Washing them is the easy bit it is the drying that is more difficult. This is complicated by the fact that there is no strict advice to follow, each manufacturer has slightly different ideas about temperatures and drying cycles. What is a fact is that if a pillow or duvet has been through a spin cycle or is subjected to hot tumble drying, there will be a problem with the filling, both natural and synthetic. In our experience, if a duvet is going to be laundered, it needs to be constantly removed from the drying cycle and shaken vigorously. This action will help to separate the fibers or feathers as they lose moisture and help them to fluff up. How often this should be done, and for what duration? This is both a guess and a minefield. Our recommendation is to take the advice of a specialist cleaner but if you are going to attempt it yourself, to be ultra-cautious and definitely shake the items several times during drying. What does "Box Construction" mean? A Box Construction describes the make up of a natural filled duvet. With box construction the duvet is hemmed into equally sized squares, each square is then filled with the down or feathers. This spreads the warmth across the entire duvet. Gone are the days when you wake up and all the filling is at the bottom of the duvet. .
DUVET & PILLOW INNERS
Our Luxury 10.5 Tog Microfiber Duvets This is the alternative duvet to the Natural Goose down Filled Duvets. Some 5 star hotels prefer synthetic duvets while others prefer natural filled luxury duvets. There are guests who say they are allergic to feather filled products however there is still research being done in this area. Each quilt is filled with a 100% Microfiber blend which gives the superb drape of a natural luxury duvet. Microfiber is man-made polyester fiber which is designed to trap heat. This 10.5 tog rated duvet has 500 grams of filling per square meter making it a beautiful light even spread weight for comfort and opulence. *MACHINE WASHABLE* 10.5 Tog Microfiber Duvet Features: • Fiber proof 100% cotton 233t outer casing • Piped edges all around for extra durability • Stitched through cassettes to avoid cold spots and Fiber Movement • Machine washable 40 degrees Our Luxury Microfiber Pillows: This, like the duvet is the alternative the natural filled pillow. The micro-fiber filling provides a slightly firmer but still very comfortable experience. These luxury hotel microfiber pillows have a 100% cotton percale cover with piped edges all round, containing a special blend of microfibers for a medium/firm support rating whilst retaining a soft comfort factor. Microfiber Pillow Features: • 100% Cotton Percale Cover • Piped edges • Super-fine Micro-fiber for extra comfort • Machine Washable
FAQ's ABOUT MATTRESS & PILLOW PROTECTORS
What is a TOG Rating? Tog ratings are mainly used in the UK. The fabric of a typical man's suit has a thermal resistance of around 0.1 m2K/W. This measurement was simplified for general use and people called it "one tog". The tog was invented by workers at the Shirley Institute, Manchester, in the 1940s. The name comes from the informal word "togs" for clothing. Tog values are used to measure the potential warmth of many products, not just duvets. Note that the tog rating does not necessarily relate directly to the thickness of the duvet. Different materials have different thermal resistance characteristics and different thicknesses will be required to achieve the same tog rating. Most hotels would use a 10.5TOG duvet and this Tog Rating can be achieved by using various fillings. If pure Goose down is used the duvet is lighter as you require less filling to achieve the rating. If down & feather then more filling would be required and if just feathers then the duvet becomes very heavy indeed… but with a microfiber filling. What can I do if I am allergic to Down or Feathers? Our answer is simple. Choose a MICRO FIBER DUVET Microfiber duvets have very fine fibers which are tightly woven e. Microfiber duvets offer the ultimate warmth due to their tightly packed fibers and you’ll find that most come treated with an anti-allergy coating which will ensure they’re the perfect choice for those suffering from allergies. Of course, microfiber duvets are also lightweight compared to natural filled duvets and are one of the most popular synthetic fillings currently on the market. Microfiber provides warmth without the weight and as such, duvets with a microfiber filling can be very light yet warm. In many cases, microfiber duvets will feel just like down yet are much more lighter and easier to sleep under. Microfiber is the lightest and finest synthetic fiber available as a duvet filling and offers you that extra soft and extremely cosy feeling. If you’ve always had a natural-filled duvet but fancy a change, your best bet is to go for a microfiber one. Can I launder my duvet and pillow? Whilst all duvet and pillow products have a wash label which says you can wash and dry the products, our recommendation is that you approach drying with great care. Whatever anybody tells you, laundering duvets and pillows is not straightforward. Washing them is the easy bit it is the drying that is more difficult. This is complicated by the fact that there is no strict advice to follow, each manufacturer has slightly different ideas about temperatures and drying cycles. What is a fact is that if a pillow or duvet has been through a spin cycle or is subjected to hot tumble drying, there will be a problem with the filling, both natural and synthetic. In our experience, if a duvet is going to be laundered, it needs to be constantly removed from the drying cycle and shaken vigorously. This action will help to separate the fibers or feathers as they lose moisture and help them to fluff up. How often this should be done, and for what duration? This is both a guess and a minefield. Our recommendation is to take the advice of a specialist cleaner but if you are going to attempt it yourself, to be ultra-cautious and definitely shake the items several times during drying. What does "Box Construction" mean? A Box Construction describes the make up of a natural filled duvet. With box construction the duvet is hemmed into equally sized squares, each square is then filled with the down or feathers. This spreads the warmth across the entire duvet. Gone are the days when you wake up and all the filling is at the bottom of the duvet. .
DUVET & PILLOW INNERS
Our Luxury 10.5 Tog Microfiber Duvets This is the alternative duvet to the Natural Goose down Filled Duvets. Some 5 star hotels prefer synthetic duvets while others prefer natural filled luxury duvets. There are guests who say they are allergic to feather filled products however there is still research being done in this area. Each quilt is filled with a 100% Microfiber blend which gives the superb drape of a natural luxury duvet. Microfiber is man-made polyester fiber which is designed to trap heat. This 10.5 tog rated duvet has 500 grams of filling per square meter making it a beautiful light even spread weight for comfort and opulence. *MACHINE WASHABLE* 10.5 Tog Microfiber Duvet Features: • Fiber proof 100% cotton 233t outer casing • Piped edges all around for extra durability • Stitched through cassettes to avoid cold spots and Fiber Movement • Machine washable 40 degrees Our Luxury Microfiber Pillows: This, like the duvet is the alternative the natural filled pillow. The micro-fiber filling provides a slightly firmer but still very comfortable experience. These luxury hotel microfiber pillows have a 100% cotton percale cover with piped edges all round, containing a special blend of microfibers for a medium/firm support rating whilst retaining a soft comfort factor. Microfiber Pillow Features: • 100% Cotton Percale Cover • Piped edges • Super-fine Micro-fiber for extra comfort • Machine Washable
FAQ's ABOUT MATTRESS & PILLOW PROTECTORS
What is a TOG Rating? Tog ratings are mainly used in the UK. The fabric of a typical man's suit has a thermal resistance of around 0.1 m2K/W. This measurement was simplified for general use and people called it "one tog". The tog was invented by workers at the Shirley Institute, Manchester, in the 1940s. The name comes from the informal word "togs" for clothing. Tog values are used to measure the potential warmth of many products, not just duvets. Note that the tog rating does not necessarily relate directly to the thickness of the duvet. Different materials have different thermal resistance characteristics and different thicknesses will be required to achieve the same tog rating. Most hotels would use a 10.5TOG duvet and this Tog Rating can be achieved by using various fillings. If pure Goose down is used the duvet is lighter as you require less filling to achieve the rating. If down & feather then more filling would be required and if just feathers then the duvet becomes very heavy indeed… but with a microfiber filling. What can I do if I am allergic to Down or Feathers? Our answer is simple. Choose a MICRO FIBER DUVET Microfiber duvets have very fine fibers which are tightly woven e. Microfiber duvets offer the ultimate warmth due to their tightly packed fibers and you’ll find that most come treated with an anti-allergy coating which will ensure they’re the perfect choice for those suffering from allergies. Of course, microfiber duvets are also lightweight compared to natural filled duvets and are one of the most popular synthetic fillings currently on the market. Microfiber provides warmth without the weight and as such, duvets with a microfiber filling can be very light yet warm. In many cases, microfiber duvets will feel just like down yet are much more lighter and easier to sleep under. Microfiber is the lightest and finest synthetic fiber available as a duvet filling and offers you that extra soft and extremely cosy feeling. If you’ve always had a natural-filled duvet but fancy a change, your best bet is to go for a microfiber one. Can I launder my duvet and pillow? Whilst all duvet and pillow products have a wash label which says you can wash and dry the products, our recommendation is that you approach drying with great care. Whatever anybody tells you, laundering duvets and pillows is not straightforward. Washing them is the easy bit it is the drying that is more difficult. This is complicated by the fact that there is no strict advice to follow, each manufacturer has slightly different ideas about temperatures and drying cycles. What is a fact is that if a pillow or duvet has been through a spin cycle or is subjected to hot tumble drying, there will be a problem with the filling, both natural and synthetic. In our experience, if a duvet is going to be laundered, it needs to be constantly removed from the drying cycle and shaken vigorously. This action will help to separate the fibers or feathers as they lose moisture and help them to fluff up. How often this should be done, and for what duration? This is both a guess and a minefield. Our recommendation is to take the advice of a specialist cleaner but if you are going to attempt it yourself, to be ultra-cautious and definitely shake the items several times during drying. What does "Box Construction" mean? A Box Construction describes the make up of a natural filled duvet. With box construction the duvet is hemmed into equally sized squares, each square is then filled with the down or feathers. This spreads the warmth across the entire duvet. Gone are the days when you wake up and all the filling is at the bottom of the duvet. .