Can you wash a comforter at home? “You can wash mostly all comforter fabrics at home—even if they’re considered dry-clean only.” In many cases, you can wash and dry it by machine. Or you can wash by hand in your bathroom (if you don’t have access to a washing machine or don’t feel like braving a laundromat right now) and then hang it up to dry.
Can I wash a comforter in the washing machine? Load your comforter into the washing machine, along with soap or detergent, and run it through a delicate cycle with cold or warm water. Sukalac said you should wash it a second time on a quick cycle, with no soap, to rinse any detergent residue from the down inside.
How can I wash a large comforter at home? Use either cold or warm water, set the washer for the largest load capacity, and select the delicate or gentle cycle. Use slightly less than the suggested detergent amount—too much soap is difficult to remove and can leave excess suds in the comforter’s fibers.
Can you wash comforter in washer and dryer? Use a large capacity washer and dryer. Your comforter needs room to agitate and tumble – it can’t get clean otherwise. A large capacity washer is typically one with at least 5.0 cu. ft.