How to Wash a Cooling Blanket?

How to Wash a Cooling Blanket?

Hey there! Are you enjoying the refreshing chill of your Elegear cooling blanket? Well, don't forget to keep it clean and fresh, especially since it's always in contact with your bare skin. Lucky for you, washing Elegear cooling blanket is a piece of cake (or should I say, a piece of ice cream cake?).

 

If you're short on time (or attention span), here's the most important tip: DON'T DRY IT IN HIGH TEMPERATURE. Seriously, just don't do it. High temperature can ruin the arc-chill fabric and affect the cooling properties of your precious blanket. So, hang it up to dry instead.

 

Now, for those who want to know the  complete set of instructions, here are a few tips on how to wash your elegear arc-chill cooling blanket (or any kind of cooling blanket, for that matter):

 

Tip 1: Check the care instructions

Before washing your cooling blanket, it's important to check the care instructions provided by the manufacturer. This will give you an idea of what kind of detergent you can use and what temperature you should wash it at.

 

Tip 2:Pre-treat any stains

If there are any stains on your cooling blanket, you can pre-treat them by applying a stain remover directly to the affected area. Let it sit for a few minutes before washing.

 

Tip 3: Wash in cold water

Washing a cooling blanket in cold water is important to maintain the integrity of the fabric and prevent any damage. Using hot water can cause the fabric to shrink or lose its shape, and it can also affect the cooling properties of the blanket. Therefore, it's recommended to use cold water when washing your cooling blanket.

 

Tip 4: Use a gentle cycle

Using a gentle cycle can help prevent any damage to the fabric. A high spin cycle can cause the fabric to stretch or become distorted, which can also affect the cooling properties of the blanket. By using a gentle cycle, you can ensure that your cooling blanket is washed effectively without causing any damage to the fabric.

 

Tip 5:Use a mild detergent

Using a mild detergent is important when washing a cooling blanket because it helps preserve the quality of the fabric and prevent any damage. Harsh chemicals and fragrances can cause the fabric to become worn out or discolored, especially if used repeatedly.

 

When choosing a detergent, look for one that is specifically designed for delicate fabrics or one that is labeled as "mild" or "gentle." These detergents typically contain fewer chemicals and fragrances, which can help prevent any damage to the fabric.

 

It's also important to avoid using too much detergent when washing your cooling blanket. Using too much detergent can cause buildup on the fabric, which can affect its cooling properties. Follow the instructions on the detergent bottle to ensure that you're using the correct amount.

 

Tip 6: Hang to dry

After washing your cooling blanket, it's important to hang it up to dry. Avoid using a dryer, especially on high temperature, as the heat can damage the fabric and affect the cooling properties of the blanket.

 

To hang your cooling blanket, find a clean and dry area where you can hang it up without any obstructions. You can use a clothesline or a drying rack to hang your blanket, making sure that it's spread out evenly to allow for proper air circulation.

 

 

By following these simple steps, you can keep your Elegear arc-chill cooling blanket as cool as a popsicle and fresh as a daisy for a long time. Don't forget to check the care instructions on product manual. Keep it clean, keep it cool, and keep on chillin'!

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June Barnett

June Barnett

I have just purchased my cooling blanket. Not washed it yet. Do they take long to dry after being washed. ?
Thank you
June

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