If there’s one chore we can all agree on hating, it has to be changing the bed sheets.
Getting tangled up in the duvet cover, doing the inside out trick the wrong way round and the sheer frustration of trying to fill every corner with puffed up duvet yet always being left with at least one limp side – not fun.
Well now, one retailer is selling a genius product that means you could avoid this nightmare altogether.
John Lewis is selling a coverless duvet, which means no more faffing about changing the duvet cover.
The coverless duvet is designed to use without anything on it and then be popped straight into the wash.
The lightweight filling is encased in a polyester cover and goes straight into the washing machine before drying in just a few hours.
It’s even tumble dryer safe in case you have nowhere to lay it out.
The genius duvet comes in three different sizes, single, double and king and you can get it in blue, pink or grey to match any room.
It will set you back only £35 for a single, £45 for a double and £55 for a king size.
And customers have been leaving the product rave reviews.
‘Absolutely love this duvet!’ wrote one fan. ‘Being 10.5 togg it’s warm, but unlike my other thicker duvets it also manages to be light and fluffy. The material used is really soft so all in all I have no complaints, and would recommend to everyone.
‘I was worried that the stuffing might alter after putting it through the washing machine but it returns back to normal after about 6 hours drying’.
‘This is such a handy product, it dries so quickly - I can wash and dry in one day,’ added another. ‘It’s really soft and a is a good tog for all year use.
‘It also comes with a bag so you can pack it up and take it on trips. Overall, very pleased’.
‘Loved that this duvet was so light, cosy & dried so fast,’ wrote another. ‘Fluffy as a cloud - even after washing. No problem to wash, dry and get it back on the bed the same day.
‘Perfect for student sons who are not great at dressing beds! They love that it’s so low maintenance. A quick shake & it looks like they actually dressed their beds! Lovely neutral print & handy bag for storage. We had the pale grey option which goes with everything.
‘Such a handy thing to have for visitors too when their friends come to stay over. Streets ahead of the sleeping bag option! Wish I had one years ago - would have saved a lot of work & fuss on sleepover nights!’.
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