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I’ve had mine for several months and unlike feather pillows that I have, I haven’t had any issue with feather loss or even quills poking through
leigh1812
· August 13, 2019
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Absolutely! I have washed mine twice now, comes out great. Tip-down use fabric softner, it will weigh down the feathers.
Dodge
· March 2, 2020
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Dear Customer,
The filling of our comforter is 95% feather and 5% down
Cosybay Service Team

Cosybay1
Seller · November 20, 2020
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Dear Customer,
The filling of our comforter is 95% feather and 5% down
Cosybay Service Team

Cosybay1
Seller · November 20, 2020
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Yea what is the fill power?

Fill power refers to the measurement of loft, or fluff. It is the true measure of quality and it is tested by measuring the amount of space 1 oz of down takes up. The more space it takes; the higher the fill power. A higher fill power will give you a lighter, more fluffy comforter for a g… see more
Yea what is the fill power?

Fill power refers to the measurement of loft, or fluff. It is the true measure of quality and it is tested by measuring the amount of space 1 oz of down takes up. The more space it takes; the higher the fill power. A higher fill power will give you a lighter, more fluffy comforter for a given warmth level. see less
Yea what is the fill power?

Fill power refers to the measurement of loft, or fluff. It is the true measure of quality and it is tested by measuring the amount of space 1 oz of down takes up. The more space it takes; the higher the fill power. A higher fill power will give you a lighter, more fluffy comforter for a given warmth level.

Joanne
· December 16, 2021
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No
Shauna
· February 24, 2021
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I have regular king size comforter which requires duvet approximately 90 x 104 In...
Mila
· November 29, 2019
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Have not undone the stitching to see feathers, but I believe it to be goose down. It has been a warm comforter as expected but not overly thick.
I like to read
· March 6, 2020
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I have used these duvets for 20 years. I have a cover on mine and I love it. Perfect weight.
mom24
· August 17, 2020
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Definitely
Jann
· May 3, 2020