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A New Way to Sleep: Without a Top Sheet

Bed made without a Top Sheet.
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  1. Joan says:

    I love the duvet cover concept, and would love to just skip the top sheet. However, that system requires removing, washing and replacing a duvet cover on the duvet – which can be a pain! Has anyone come up with a better plan for laundering a duvet cover and getting it on an duvet easily???

    1. Parachute Team says:

      Hi Joan, this video shows how our CEO and Founder, Ariel Kaye, puts on a Duvet with ease. We hope this helps! https://blog.parachutehome.com/how-to-put-on-a-duvet-cover/

  2. Lynn says:

    My husband has requested this but if that means changing the duvet cover every week, NO THANKS! How often to people change it?

    1. Parachute Team says:

      Hi Lynn! Sheets, Pillowcases and Duvet Covers should be washed every seven to ten days, and decorative products or extra layers that don’t come in as much direct contact with your skin (think Quilts, Cashmere Throws or Euro Shams) should be cleaned every three months. Hope this helps!