Bedding Wash Care Instructions

These are the bedding wash care instructions for the most common types of bedlinen. Scroll down to the bottom of this article for a guide to washing symbols and their meanings.

Percale Poly Cotton Bedding

Percale poly/cotton includes 50% man made polyester fabric it is resistant to shrinkage during laundry.

Bedding is manufactured within normal standards for normal washing conditions.
Harsh detergents are not recommended.

Poly cotton is resistant to deep creasing, use a cool down cycle on tumble dryers and remove linens once dry, fold and lay flat, iron whilst still damp.

View our range of Percale Poly Cotton Bed Linen

Egyptian Cotton Bedding

Because cotton is a natural fabric all sizes are approximate and cotton will naturally shrink slightly during its first laundering cycle.

Typically our 100% Cotton and bed Linens should be washed at 40 degrees.

If tumble drying we recommend a low heat with cooling down period but remove linens while still damp and iron dry to remove creasing.

Hanging the linens to dry naturally will also remove creases. Avoid harsh detergents and wash separately from other fabrics.

NON IRON Polycotton Bedding

Wash at 40 degrees. Poly cotton is naturally resistant to deep creasing, however try to use a cool down cycle on tumble dryers and remove linens once complete, then fold and lay flat whilst fabric is still damp.

Ironing may be required to remove all creases. Harsh detergents are not recommended.

These recommendations cover our non iron polycotton bedding ranges.

Quilted Mattress Protectors

Wash at 40 degrees. The polypropylene material can be washed and tumble dried on a low heat.

Our range of quilted mattress protectors.

Flannelette Bedding

Our flannelette bedding is a high quality and thick brushed cotton material. Being natural fibre, cotton bedding will naturally shrink slightly during its first laundering cycle.

We recommend that harsh detergents are avoided and cottons are washed separately from other fabrics. To avoid deep creasing of cottons use a cool down cycle on tumble dryers and remove linens once complete, then fold and lay flat. Iron whilst fabric is still damp.

Washing and Ironing Symbols