5 star hotel queen duvet covers introduction
100% combed cotton 5 star hotel queen bed cover quilt cover. Size 210*240cm, also can customized for the size. Effortless Care & Convenience -- Machine washable (in COLD water), which saves you a lot of time and energy. Hang dry or Tumble dry in LOW. No shrinkage or fade, the comforter still looks BRAND NEW after our professional Washing Test. It’s able to function as duvet insert as well. The Sewn Corner Tabs secure duvet cover always in place.
Luxury hotel queen duvet covers specifications/technical parameters
Hotel queen duver covers
Thread counts available
210*240cm or customized size
TT / Western Union/LC
1. Digital printed duvet cover, accept DIY OEM or ODM, small order acceptable
2. Support the gift packing and labels
3. Comprehensive Selection of Valances, Decroative Cushions and Throws; etc
5 star hotel queen duvet covers feature and photos
1: Competitive Advantage Products
2: FULL REFUND In case of Bad Quality or Late Delivery
3: Confidentiality Agreement “Business Secret CONTRACT”
4: Quality Assurance CONTRACT
5: FREE Sample & SMALL order welcome
6: After Sales Service 24*7
7: OEM&ODM is accepted
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What is combed cotton?
This is a process which can be done in addition to carding to improve the quality of the yarn. The fibres are further aligned and short fibres plus any remaining impurities are removed by passing through finer combs. This process gives a more even,smooth,clean and stronger yarn. fabrics made from combed cotton will be more expensive due to this additional process.
What is Yarn Count?
This is the method used to describe the density(thickness) of the yarn and is traditionally given in "cotton count" e.g.16's, 30's,40's. In this system the lower the count, the thicker the yarn, so a 16's yarn will be thicker than a 40s yarn. The higher counts e.g. 40s,60s will be used in bedlinen and the lower counts in table linen. The metric system used to measure yarn density is the "tex" system which works in the oppsite way whereby the higher the tex value the thicker the yarn
What is Pilling?
Pilling (often described as bobbling) occurs when fibres break free from the fabric as a results of abrasion. These loose fibres form an entangled ball which is loosely attached to the fabric surface giving a rough and worn appearance.