Published at Thursday, December 13th, 2018 - 05:09:35 AM. Blanket. By Amia Fournier.
Electric blanket comes with different washing instructions, so it is important to read the manufacturers instructions before washing. If the instructions are not followed, the blanket could get damaged. Almost every electric blanket is not compatible with dry cleaning, as the chemicals used in dry cleaning can deteriorate the protective insulation around the wires, increasing the risk of fire.
The choices of materials are even so amazing as they come in printed or plain fabrics. Some of these blankets are quite luxurious, for example, Cashmere blankets, Alpaca wool blankets or Camel hair and Merino wool blends. The choice is quite varied. These blankets mentioned above can be quite costly. However it can be used as a "keepsake" blanket and handed down as a family heirloom from one generation to another. You may not mind the cost as these natural pure blankets are non-allergenic, renown for their lightness (feather weight) and silkiness.
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