Good Tips to Take Care White Bedding

Published On May 21, 2018 | By Priza | Bedroom Design

A new method of ultrasonic washing to avoid rubbing the most delicate clothes when washing it, a wide variety of ecological whiteners that make your sheets always look immaculate or a revolutionary high-tech ironing system for an impeccable result are three of the Latest news you can find in the market to get an enviable white bedding. Fabrics such as Egyptian cotton, yarn and satin require a delicate treatment. The technological innovations are good allies to face this task.

Caring White Bedding

Caring White Bedding

This is the case of Dolfi, a small device that completes its release to the market and that uses ultrasounds to clean clothes without using washing machines or rubbing. The white bedding is introduced in water with detergent and, when plugged in, microscopic bubbles form which end up generating high pressure jets. This device, financed by crowdfunding, is silent and consumes 80% less energy than a washing machine.

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The variety of ecological, biodegradable and environmentally friendly bleach is becoming wider. Its compounds, based on plant and mineral elements, ensure the white bedding of chlorine-free bedding, one of the great enemies of marine ecosystems and harmful to the human respiratory system. They also do without so-called ‘optical brighteners’, which cause skin allergies.

 

 

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