Bed Line

Cotton percale

A textile fiber made of the silky threads that surround the cotton seeds. Percale has a thread count of about 200 or higher. The fabric is smooth, thin, light and supple.
Easy care. Machine wash, hot (140 °F, 60°C). Iron, high.

Jacquard-weave satin

A shiny fabric made on the Jacquard loom, which allows the weaving of complex patterns visible on both sides.
Machine wash, hot (140 F°, 60°C). No solvent. Dry in shade. Iron, low, inside out, do not steam.

Washed linen

After several controlled high-temperature washes, it has an intentionally old and “floppy” feel, and is also intentionally crumpled, which gives it a nice vintage finish.
Machine wash, hot (140 F°, 60°C). Do not overload your machine. The very charm of washed linen resides in its typical crumpled texture. In order to keep this crushed look, don’t iron your linens at all.

Care instructions
How to wash your linen safely

Following the care instructions given for each item is essential.
These instructions vary for each fabric. Refer to each for care instructions.

  • Always wash dark colors separately.

  • Unfold your linens carefully and completely

  • Wash your pillow cases and duvet covers inside out.

  • Wash your sets of bed linens together so that they all keep the same aspect through time.

  • Do not overload the drum of your washing machine, your linens will be cleaner and less crumpled.

  • Once your washing cycle is over, do not delay hanging out your linens.

Removing stains
  • If the stain was recently made: use baking soda before washing
    (1 cup directly inside the drum or ½ cup in the soap/washing liquid compartment)

  • If the stain is deeply set: use soda crystals before washing
    (1/2 cup soda crystals in the soap/washing liquid compartment, or in a bucket of water to soak your linens before washing)

Iron with care

To optimize results, iron your linens while still slightly damp.

Maintaining fluffiness

Add two tennis balls to your laundry in your washing-machine, this will help stuffing remain in its initial position.

Important information

After you wash them for the first time, it is perfectly normal for fabrics to shrink a little. Actually, all fabrics made of natural fibers slightly shrink by 4 to 8% after the first wash, depending on the fibers.

Towels

Modal

A fiber made of beech tree cellulose. This material is close to viscose. It is soft, supple, silky, absorbent and quite comfortable. This fiber extracted from wood is woven together with cotton to make a terry cloth that is both very thick and very soft.
Machine wash, hot (140 °F, 60°C). Gentle / short spin. Tumble drying is recommended for more softness.

Terry cloth – Terry towelling

Tradition des Vosges has put all their experience and technique into these high-quality towels in order to offer you optimal comfort and softness. When you decide on what towel to buy, do not forget that grammage (or basis weight) equals quality. The weight is indicated in grams per square meters (g/m2). The thicker the towel, the more absorbent it is.
Terry cloth is most easy to care for. Several washes will be needed before a towel becomes the most absorbent it can be.

Care instructions
How to wash your linens safely

Following the care instructions given for each item is essential. The instructions vary for each fabric. Refer to each for care instructions.

  • Always wash dark colors separately.

  • Do not overload the drum of your washing machine, your linens will be cleaner and less crumpled.

  • Once your washing cycle is over, do not delay hanging out your linens.

How to make your towels more absorbent

A brand-new towel is never fully absorbent, which is perfectly normal. The more you wash it, the more your towel will become absorbent.

Maintaining softness and fluffiness

Tumble drying is perfect to keep your towels soft and fluffy.

Duvet & Pillows

Natural fabric and filling

A duvet or a pillow case made of natural materials guarantees incomparable warmth and lightness. Their cotton percale duvet liner offers a high thread-count density which makes them particularly resistant. Handy and long-lasting, a natural filling duvet regulates the heat to guarantee optimal comfort all year long.
Natural-filled duvets should be professionally laundered because they need to be thoroughly dried, and this may be difficult for you to achieve at home. A duvet can be hand-washed with cold water (which should not exceed 30°C / or 65°F to 85°F) but you should hang it out to dry fast. Do not tumble dry. Please refer to the care guide that comes with your product on how to look after it.

Synthetic fabrics and filling

Famous for being healthy and easy to care for, duvets and pillows in synthetic fibers are ideal for allergic people while guaranteeing a nice warmth. The filling is in polyester or nano fibers for optimal heat conductivity and their liners are either in microfiber or cotton percale for incredibly soft nights.
Synthetic duvets and cases are machine-washable, as long as you follow the care instructions on theirs labels.

Care instructions
How to wash your bedding safely

Follow the care instructions on your duvet or pillow. If your duvet is too big, you might have to have it dry-cleaned

Maintaining fluffiness

Add two tennis balls to your laundry in your washing-machine, this will help the filling remain in its initial position.

Throws & Blankets

Microfiber

Our microfiber throws are extremely soft. Tradition des Vosges offers very comfy throws to embellish your bedroom or your living-room.
You can wash your throw cold in the washing machine (do not exceed 30°C / or 65°F to 85°F). DO NOT TUMBLE DRY.

Imitation / Fake Fur

An imitation fur throw will add much softness on your bed or sofa. It will bring you the help and comfort you need to face the winter cold.
Hand wash cold (do not exceed 20 to 30°C / or 65°F to 85°F). No wringing or spin-drying. Dry flat.

Care instructions
How to wash your mohair throw or blanket
  • You need to air it and brush both sides the right way with a hard-plastic brush or a scrubbing brush.
    If you ever need to clean it occasionally, never soak it but have it dry-cleaned (with perchloroethylene). DO NOT TUMBLE DRY. DO NOT IRON.

  • During warmer months, store it in a dust cover, preferably with some weight on it.

Iron without damaging

Add two tennis balls in your washing machine to hold the trim in place.

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