DUVET COVER cotton renforcé | Botterstripe
The Botterstripe is a contemporary variation on the classic stripe pattern.
The different colour accents make it easy to combine with other decorations and linen.
It is made of strong & light material that is breathable, so perfect for bed linen.
Cotton renforcé is the 'standard' cotton used for many bed linens.
The name 'renforcé' comes from the weaving technique used, which makes for a very firm fabric.With a duvet cover, you can add a personal touch to your bedroom in no time.
All our duvet covers are manufactured in Europe.
|Amount of pillowcases||1|
|Pillowcase width||65 cm|
|Colour||Blue, Burgundy, Grey|
|Size||140 x 200 cm + 65 x 65 cm|
|Made in Europe||Yes|
|Composition||Cotton renforcé | 100% cotton|
Washable at 40°C
Suitable for tumble-drying Yes
Can be ironed Yes
Wash inside out Yes
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We explain for you in our blog what properties the different qualities have and help you choose the right one.
To enjoy your bed linen for years to come, wash it at 40°C and inside out.
Don't overload the washer and dryer drum. If it is too full, there is a lot of friction, which will cause your bed linen to wear out faster.
We recommend washing the duvet cover before first use.
By washing bed linen first, it will absorb moisture better. A moisture-absorbing duvet cover increases sleep comfort.
Rinsing bed linen first in cold water helps colours hold better.
By adding a little vinegar to the wash, you are fixating the colours.
The type of foot end is indicated in the specifications.
A bottle neck means that there is a tuck-in strip with a narrowing so that the duvet stays put. This is not included in the size.
A 140 x 200 cm duvet cover, for example, is 200 cm long without the tuck-in strip.
All our bed linen is made with 100% cotton. The different qualities are determined by the weaving technique.
Only the cotton-viscose is a blend of 50% cotton and 50% viscose, saving water during production.