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How To Dry & Sanitize Your Comforter If It Doesn't Fit In Your Dryer
Air drying is a simple and efficient method for drying and sanitizing a comforter that doesn't fit in your dryer, preserving both its quality and shape while saving energy.
For outdoor drying, choose a sunny, breezy day with low humidity. Immediately after washing, hang the comforter on a spacious clothesline to maximize exposure to air and sunlight.
When drying indoors, employ a sturdy drying rack or place chairs near an open window, draping the comforter loosely over them to facilitate good airflow on both sides.
Regardless of the drying method, flip the comforter every few hours for even drying. Also, allow it to air dry completely — ideally for a whole day — to avoid mold and mildew.