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#1

Overall Rating

based on 46390 reviews

8.8

Product Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 2.7 inches

Item Weight: 1.5 pounds

Manufacturer: Spacesaver

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Batteries Required: No

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#2

Overall Rating

based on 43796 reviews

9.2

Product Dimensions: 23.62 x 16.93 x 13.78 inches

Item Weight: 1.5 pounds

Manufacturer: Lifewit

Batteries Required: No

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#3

Overall Rating

based on 37113 reviews

9.0

Manufacturer: ‎Berry Ave

Item Weight: ‎8 ounces

Product Dimensions: ‎2.6 x 3.4 x 15.9 inches

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Color: ‎Black

Material: ‎Nylon

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#4

Overall Rating

based on 24801 reviews

9.4

Product Dimensions: 19.69 x 14.17 x 19.69 inches

Item Weight: 1.5 pounds

Manufacturer: Lifewit

Batteries Required: No

RANK
#5

Overall Rating

based on 22224 reviews

9.6

Manufacturer: ‎INDRESSME

Item Weight: ‎2.2 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎21.65 x 21.65 x 13.78 inches

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Color: ‎Brown

Material: ‎Cotton

RANK
#6

Overall Rating

based on 20579 reviews

9.0

Manufacturer: ‎HIBAG

Item Weight: ‎4.88 pounds

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Color: ‎Clear

Material: ‎Polypropylene

Shape: ‎Square

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#7

Overall Rating

based on 14122 reviews

8.6

Manufacturer: ‎Zober

Item Weight: ‎15.2 ounces

Product Dimensions: ‎42 x 18 x 6 inches

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Color: ‎Black

Material: ‎Polyester Blend, Polyester

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#8

Overall Rating

based on 12389 reviews

8.8

Item Weight: 2.84 pounds

Manufacturer: SUOCO

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Material: _composition PA, PE

Batteries Required: No

RANK
#9

Overall Rating

based on 11710 reviews

9.0

Item Weight: ‎11 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎29.92 x 14.96 x 14.96 inches

RANK
#10

Overall Rating

based on 10668 reviews

8.8

Manufacturer: ‎Onlyeasy

Item Weight: ‎1.05 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎39.37 x 19.69 x 5.91 inches

Color: ‎Basic Soft Side Wall - Linen Like Black

Material: ‎Nonwoven

Shape: ‎Rectangular

FAQs: 0

How can you store a blanket in such a small space?

Your blankets can take up a lot of space when it comes time to get rid of them. Here are the best places to store blankets. There are many options on the market, including hidden storage options and pieces that make your blankets stand out. But, it is important to consider design, capacity, dimensions, and other factors.

Before you shop for blanket storage solutions, think about where you intend to store them. Do you need a way to make your space more efficient, or do you want something that looks great and also adds style and storage? This article focuses on storage options that can be hidden under beds, in garages or in attics. The second half of the article focuses on storage options that are decorative.

Put your comforters, throw blankets or pillows in the bag. Zip the top closed and use a standard-sized vacuum hose to remove any air. You can stack the bags in your closet or under your mattress as they shrink to up to 80%.

How can you store blankets without a closet?

Although it is nice to have a linen cupboard to store extra bedding and towels, they are not necessary in every home. But before you start to lament the lack of space, take a look at your linens and see if you have enough.

The best solution to a lack of closet space is to use an armoire, a small dresser, or other furniture piece with shelves or drawers to store linens. You only need a corner to store it in, or close the drawers and doors that provide storage.

You can also use an open bookcase to store linens. To keep sheets and towels together, you can place them in decorative bins on the shelves.

You can fold your linens if you are neat and don't mind people seeing them in all their glory. To keep your sheets together, you can fold them neatly into one of the pillowcases.

How can you store your comforter when it is not in use?

A closet shelf with a shelf is the best place to store your bedding. This allows for as much airflow to your comforters as possible, which will help to prevent mold, mildew, and other unpleasant, musty odors. This is the best way to store any comforter.

Some of us don't have that much space, so we store our bedding wherever it will fit.

Your bedding should be kept out of garages, sheds, and attics. Avoid moisture, bugs and mice in these areas.

Bags are your rescue.

Okay, so you don’t have linen storage or any other space. The next option is to keep your comforter underneath your bed. A storage bag is a great way to protect your bedding from dust, which loves to collect under beds.

Plastic storage bags and cotton keep dust out, but allow the comforter to breathe.

Cotton bags are the best option because they not only protect from dust and bugs but also allow for moisture escape. A vacuum storage bag is another option. These bags are suitable for most bedding. I will discuss some exceptions below.

Plastic trash bags are best avoided. They are not airtight and can allow moisture to enter the bag, trapping it and causing mold and mildew growth.

Comforters made of down

You can also fold it and place it on a shelf. However, the best way to store your down comforter in a large cotton storage bag that allows it to breathe and doesn’t overcompress it is to do so.

You want to keep the feathers of a goose down duvet from getting crushed during storage. A lumpy comforter can result from damaged or crushed feathers that won't keep you warm. This can be avoided by not storing anything on top of your comforter.

A side view of a white goose-down duvet rolled up. When storing a down comforter, be careful not to crush its feathers. You should also store your down comforter inside of a vacuum bag. They can cause feather damage by compressing the comforter down.

A vacuum bag can be used as long as there is enough air left in it to allow the feathers to breathe. To help the duvet regain its loft, shake it and fluff it before putting it in storage.

How can you keep blankets warm for a long period of time?

For storage, place down-filled pillows and blankets in breathable cotton bags. To prevent mildew from developing, make sure that your storage area or other location is dry. If you live in damp areas, make sure to place your storage containers on a rack or sheet of plastic.

How can you store a blanket that doesn't smell?

Although you may be certain that your comforters and blankets were clean when they were stored away, it is possible for them to smell less fresh if they have been in storage for a while. The lack of air circulation and humidity can cause less-than-fresh scents to be trapped in the bedding's fibers. However, dry storage will ensure that the blankets are fresh and ready to heat your bed on a cool evening.

Plastic bags trap moisture, making your bedding moldy. As an outer cover, a breathable cotton bag such as a pillowcase or laundry bag can help prevent dust from entering the bedding.

Is it okay to keep blankets in plastic containers?

It doesn't matter how beautiful or special your linens are, sometimes it is just not possible to use them all year. You may need to store linens at least half the year, regardless of whether you are a fan or cottage owner of flannel sheets.

You don't need a linen closet to store your bed linens. You can store your bed linens in any area of your home that is dry, cool, and ventilated. Although it may be convenient to store your linens under your bed, avoid plastic containers and boxes. Your cotton linens can become permanently yellowed or streaky if they are not breathable.

While linens are being stored, wrap them in white cotton or mullin. A simple tip is to fold the linens and place them in a single pillowcase. You can organize each set by colour, collection, or room. You might consider purchasing a set of monogrammed pillowcases. Each pillowcase will bear the initials of the person to whom it belongs. It will be easy to find the set you are looking for and it will also make tidy storage easier.

Plastic storage bins in large sizes are another way to organize your linens. Before sealing the container, wash everything thoroughly. To ensure that your bedding remains fresh, you will need to reduce moisture and other contaminants.

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