Category: BEDDING TIPS

Clean Bedding Properly Without Causing Damage

Cleaning your Slumber Cloud bedding regularly is essential for both health and happiness. Failing to regularly clean bedding can damage the fibers in the material and cause bacteria to accumulate. But how do you wash all the component parts of your bed without causing damage? Read on to find out about the best way to clean bedding. Clean bedding: How to Keep Your Sheets Fresh How often you need to wash your sheets depends on your sleeping habits. You will want to wash your Slumber Cloud sheets more often if you perspire in your sleep, if you sleep naked, if you share a bed with a partner, or if it’s the summertime and you don’t have air conditioning. Once a week is ideal, but every two weeks works too. Sheets absorb sweat and the skin cells you shed in your sleep, so having clean bedding is essential for your hygiene. On a mental and spiritual level, having clean sheets makes your bed a more inviting space, which can help turn your bed into the sanctuary you need it to be for a good night’s rest. Wash sheets in warm water and add a dash of baking soda to deal with any stains or discoloration. Another way to extend the life of your bedding is to have two or three sets of sheets that you rotate weekly. Finally, dry your...

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4 Tips for Matching Your Bedding to Your Bedroom

The bedroom is an area for rest and relaxation, but it can also be a place of both solitude and romance. How do you create a space that is appealing to the senses yet promotes good sleep? Here are four tips to make matching bedding and bedroom décor a breeze. Creating a Sleep Environment Where bedroom design is concerned, comfort must be considered before fashion. Yes, the room needs to look good; but the room needs to feel good. When you work on the design of your bedroom, ask yourself, “is what I’m doing with the design going to help or hinder my sleep quality. In order to improve sleep quality, it is important to keep several design elements in mind. You should always make sleep and comfort the bedroom’s top priority…it is your bedroom after all. To maximize the comfort factor, you should ensure that the bedding is comfortable and washed with unscented detergents. Make sure that the room can be made completely dark with heavy curtains or blinds. You can also gain tremendous benefit from a sleep environment that is uncluttered and a cool, comfortable temperature throughout the sleeping period. Our temperature regulating bedding is a huge help here! Classic Bedding Never Goes Out of Style Classic colors and styles can be fashionable now and for years to come. Funky and more modern looks can be difficult to maintain,...

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7 Secrets to Choosing the Best Pillow

Shopping for pillows can be a daunting and overwhelming experience. Most of the time, there are simply too many options to choose from. How do you know which pillow is the best pillow for you? Here’s is our seven-step guide to help you pick the best pillow. Consider Your Own Size Our pillows come in a two sizes: standard/queen and king. Many couples who share a bed will use the same size pillow for both sleepers. Although two similarly sized pillows might look good on your bed, that choice might not be the best for both bodies. Instead of choosing a pillow that fits your bed, choose one that fits your body. A larger man should use a much larger pillow than a smaller woman does. Find the Right Material Many sleep experts recommend down pillows for the best night’s sleep, but down pillows can be a bad choice for people with allergies or irritable skin, as they are good at attracting irritants such as pollen, pet dander, and dust mites. Slumber Cloud Cumulus pillows are made with Outlast® technology that absorbs excess heat to keep you cool at night. Pair our pillows with our Nacreous Pillow Covers and you’ll double up on your pillow’s heat absorption capacity leaving you with the perfect place to rest your head. Don’t Focus on the Price Tag Pillow pricing can be confusing. Avoid the...

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