The safest way to keep an electric blanket clean is to wash it.


The safest way to clean an electric blanket is to wash it.

ELECTRIC BLANKETS are a cost-effective way to instantly warm up your bed in the winter, and they, like all bedding, require frequent washing – but how do you do it safely?

It’s critical to wash your bedding more frequently in the winter to keep dust mites and other household allergens at bay.

While electric blankets are a great way to keep your bed warm in the winter, they can be difficult to clean while keeping the electrical components safe from water damage.

With the rising cost of gas and electricity, electric blankets are a good alternative – and here’s how to clean yours.

As the weather cools, many Britons turn to electric blankets to keep warm while saving money.

These warm blankets use the same amount of energy as a light bulb, but they can get just as dirty as any other blanket.

Taking care of your electric blanket is important not only for your health, but it will also extend the life of your blanket.

There’s no reason to leave your warm blankets unwashed this winter, especially since they don’t require any special cleaning products.

Always check the label or tag for the manufacturer’s cleaning recommendations before washing your electric blanket.

If your blanket has a washing machine safe symbol, you can wash it like any other delicate item to remove dirt, grime, and nasty allergens.

“You should wash your electric blanket every few weeks – once a month or whenever the blanket gets dirty,” said Hayley Thistleton, a sleep expert at SleepSeeker, in an interview with this website.

“Unplug the blanket and wash it on a gentle cycle in cool to warm water with mild detergent.”

Allow the machine to run for a few minutes before turning it off and soaking the electric blanket in soapy water for about 15 minutes before proceeding to the rinse and spin cycle.

Many electric blankets can be machine washed as well as machine dried.

Hayley suggests using a low heat setting in the dryer for about 10-15 minutes before removing the blanket and air drying it on a drying rack.

You can always forego using the tumble dryer and allow your blanket to air dry completely.

Never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever

If your electric blanket is not working properly.

“News from the Brinkwire.”


Comments are closed.