The Amerisleep Recover+ Comforter comes with free shipping within the continental US. We ship our Recover+ Comforter direct to your doorstep via FedEx. And in most cases, it arrives in .
Please note: All our products ship separately, so if you’ve ordered a mattress, foundation, base, sheets, or any other sleep accessories to go with your Recover+ Comforter they may arrive sooner or later than your comforter. But don’t worry, shipping is always free.
The Recover+ Comforter comes with a 1-year limited warranty. If you experience any manufacturing or cosmetic defects, we will replace your duvet free of charge. (This includes seams that come apart from faulty sewing.)
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Machine wash the Recover+ Comforter insert in cold water and tumble dry it with low heat. Do not iron, bleach, or dry clean the Recover+ Comforter.
No. We engineered the Recover+ Comforter with breathable materials and Celliant® technology. This allows the Recover+ Comforter to wick away humidity and prevent overheating year-round.
We recommend that you do. Without a proper duvet cover to protect it, your Recover+ Comforter insert is exposed to sweat, dirt, and other stains, as well as increased wear-and-tear.
Also, visually the Recover+ Comforter insert is designed to fit inside a cover. A duvet cover like the one in the Amerisleep Comforter Cover Set helps give your bedroom a cleaner and more polished aesthetic. But if you like how the uncovered duvet insert looks on your bed, you can use it without a cover. Just make sure you’re okay with the increased risk of stains and wear.
Most often, a comforter is a quilted blanket. It’s sewn together into a single piece of bedding and finished to not require a cover.
Unlike a comforter, a duvet typically has two parts. The duvet insert is filled with down, wool, or other materials that maintain a comfortable temperature. And the insert fits inside a duvet cover, which protects the insert and can feature colors, patterns, and other designs to enhance its visual appeal. Generally, the two parts are purchased separately.
No, the 100-Night Sleep Trial only applies to Amerisleep mattresses and pillows.
Our Recover+ Comforter is unlike any traditional bedspread because it contains Celliant®, a unique textile technology FDA-determined to deliver better sleep. Celliant® regulates your temperature by recycling body heat to infrared energy, and this is especially beneficial for hot (or cold) sleepers because it keeps you at a comfortable temperature throughout the night.
Our Recover+ Comforter comes in three sizes: Twin XL, Full/Queen, and King.
The Twin XL Recover+ Comforter measures 68 inches by 88 inches, the Full/Queen size measures 90 inches by 94 inches, and the King is 104 inches by 94 inches.
Yes! We use only high-quality textiles and materials in our Recover+ Comforter so it resists wear and tear. Plus, we back every Recover+ Comforter with a 1-year limited warranty covering cosmetic and manufacturing defects. Should your comforter become defected within the first year of ownership, we’ll replace it for you free of charge.
Our Recover+ Comforter is not a replacement for a weighted blanket, but it is somewhat heavy. Our Twin XL Recover+ Comforter weighs 5.28 pounds, Full/Queen sizes weigh 7.92 pounds, and Kings weigh 8.36 pounds.
Cotton, bamboo, and Tencel® (lyocell) are considered some of the most breathable and cooling fabrics and are often recommended for hot sleepers. Out of the three, cotton is typically regarded as the best because it’s suitable for all seasons—cotton is lightweight enough to prevent heat retention but also insulating enough to prevent you from waking up chilly. Textile technologies such as Celliant® can also be used to improve temperature regulation in certain products.
It’s hard to say one is inherently better than the other—to decide what’s better for you, think about the effort you’d like to put into maintaining your bedspread. Duvets are generally easier to clean because they have duvet covers, so you really only need to throw the cover in a washer and deodorize the duvet itself with some baking soda and fresh air.
Comforters are a bit more difficult to wash because they’re bulky, so you may need to take these to a laundromat or have them professionally cleaned when they’re due for a refresher. That said, many people use comforters as duvets and buy duvet covers to place their comforter inside and make maintenance easier.
Our Recover+ Comforter can work as a duvet or comforter, really. You can use it with or without a duvet cover to enhance your sleep. If you prefer simple maintenance, we suggest pairing our Recover+ Comforter with our Percale Duvet Cover Set.
You sure can! If you’re a hot sleeper, nixing sheets and sleeping with just a comforter can prevent heat retention and help you get a better night’s rest.
When you sleep with just a comforter, though, you’ll need to wash your bedding more often. Your sheets serve as a barrier between your body and the comforter, so they catch the majority of dirt, dead skin, and other germs at night. If you eliminate sheets from that equation, your comforter makes direct contact with your body and gets dirtier faster.
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