Hack Alert! Try This Hack for Putting On Your Duvet Cover
If you own a duvet, you probably think that putting on a new cover is a tedious, laborious act. Sometimes this can put you off washing your duvet cover all together, leaving you rolled up in the dust out of avoiding an involuntary workout.Fortunately, there’s a duvet hack that can cut out a lot of the work but give you the same results. Back in 2015, a “duvet burrito” technique made the rounds among daytime talk shows and later on YouTube. You can watch a video of the mind-blowing technique here.
Here’s how you do it:
Lay the comforter on top of the duvet, aligning it from corner to corner.
If possible, tie the corners of the comforter to the duvet. If no ties are available, use safety pins.
Then roll them both from one side to the other like you would roll sushi, a burrito, or a sleeping bag!
On one end of your “burrito”, open the duvet cover, invert it and stuff the end in the opening.
Work your way across the “burrito” so that the duvet contains the roll.
Zip up the duvet.
Unroll it voila! The comforter should be entirely inserted in the duvet.
If that sounds confusing, here’s another video from another talk show clearly demonstrating this process with applause lighting up the room when the duvet unrolls in all its neatly packaged glory.If this inspires you to replace your duvet or buy one for the first time, go on and check out Lull’s original duvet. It’s filled in a way that’ll resist clumping, so don’t worry about your burrito hack making some unruly clumps. And it’s equipped with corner loops to tie it to the cover so you won’t have to bring out the safety pins to hold it in place!