The four-piece silk quilt should be covered with a quilt cover before it can be used, otherwise the quilt will be easily contaminated with dust and stains. Do not press on the quilt or wrap the quilt under your body when you sleep, so as to keep the silk quilt fluffy.
Four-piece storage: Dry it once before storage and try to remove internal moisture as much as possible. Do not store in a humid and sultry environment or put it in a plastic bag to prevent the silk from getting damp, resulting in peculiar smell and loss of warmth and air permeability. Avoid heavy pressure, and do not stack heavy objects on the quilt to avoid thinning and hardening. Do not use chemical drugs such as mothballs to avoid contamination of silk.
Four-piece cleaning: If the four-piece duvet cover is dirty, you can remove it and wash it with cold water. The silk quilt should not be washed, dry cleaned, chlorine bleached, or ironed. If it is stained, try to go to a professional dry cleaner to wipe it locally with a special detergent, and then dry it at a low temperature to prevent the fabric from shrinking. If the stain is not big, you can wipe it gently with a neutral detergent. Four-piece set to dry
If the newly made four-piece silk quilt smells like silkworm pupa, it can be dried in a ventilated place for two days. Silk quilts should be aired in time, with an interval of 1-2 weeks, 1-2 hours each time. Do not leave the quilt in the hot sun for a long time, as this will damage the protein in the silk quilt and cause the silk to break. After drying, pat it with your hands to keep the fluffy feeling.