The 100% cotton outer casing has a tight downproof weave which protects the fibres from pesky critters like mites and insects – even moisture! If liquid is spilt onto the duvet, the downproof cotton casing will delay the absorption of the liquid allowing you time to quickly dab it dry with a towel or hair dryer. This makes our duvets especially perfect for spillage-prone children and those with sensitive skin.
Serena Alpacas is a boutique manufacturer producing a maximum of 2000 luxury duvets each year. It’s this slow and loving process that ensures each duvet is given a high level of attention and care throughout the entire making journey and, as a result, that you have the most luxurious and peaceful night’s sleep.
Serena Alpacas Luxury Duvets offers a 5 year limited manufacturing warranty against materials and workmanship. We stand behind our product’s superior quality and finishing in bringing you long-lasting luxury and comfort.
Togs are set to measure the thermal resistance of a duvet and are commonly used as a measure of quality by customers when purchasing your average duvet. However the tog value does not reflect the levels of comfort a duvet will bring. Typically, the tog rating given to a duvet does not consider the type of fibre used in the duvet and many manufacturers of wool duvets suggest the tog rating should only be applied to synthetic fibre duvets- not natural fibres like alpaca. A very warm 12 tog duvet may appear to be ideal during an ice cold winter but it might result in disturbing night sweats if it’s synthetic or the down has ‘clumped’ causing hot and cold spots. That’s why we don’t use a tog value per se when describing our duvets. We know, because of the brilliant nature of alpaca fibre, that our duvets will always result in a comfortable, luxury night’s sleep, whatever the weather outside.
DO NOT WASH. DO NOT IRON. We recommend using the power of the sun to care for your Serena Alpacas Duvet. At least twice a year you should air your duvet in direct sunlight for a few hours and fluff it out. This time tested method will ensure you protect your duvet, keeping it fresh and maintaining the same luxury quality as when you first slept under it. If you spill liquid onto your duvet, quickly dab it with a towel to remove the excess moisture and dry it off with a hair dryer. If the liquid has completely soaked through, take soapy water and gently wash the area that has been impacted to remove the liquid, pat dry and immediately blow dry.