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ARIGHTEX Soft Children Duvet Cover Set Twin Aqua Teal Blue Pink

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ARIGHTEX Soft Children Duvet Cover Set Twin Aqua Teal Blue Pink

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Product description

Size:Twin  |  Color:3


To help your comforter stay cleaner and last longer, invest in a decorative bedding duvet cover. Duvets covers are machine washable and are made with easy-to-close hidden zippers, making it easy to take on and off.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATION:

- Fabric: 100% lightweight microfiber,material;

- Images imprinted using heat dyesublimation technique for lasting effects;

- Size: 4 sizes;

- CARE: no extra care, machine washable andtumble dryer safe.

AVAILABLE SIZES:

Twin:

1*Duvet cover: 69 by 86 inches

2*Pillow Shams: 20 by 26 inches

Full:

1*Duvet cover: 81 by 90 inches

2*Pillow Shams: 20 by 26 inches

Queen:

1*Duvet cover: 90 by 90 inches

2*Pillow Shams: 20 by 36 inches

King:

1*Duvet cover: 104 by 90 inches

2*Pillow Shams: 20 by 36 inches

FINISH:

Step 1: Lay the comforter flat on top of your mattress.

Step 2: Take your duvet cover and turn it inside out. Insert your hands inside and find the two top corners. You should now be holding one corner in each hand.

Step 3: With your hands inside the duvet cover, reach down to grab hold of the comforter’s top two corners

Step 4: Holding the top two corner slightly, flip the duvet cover right side out over the comforter. Give it a shake and a fluff until the duvet cover falls down to cover most of the comforter.

Step 5: Pull the duvet cover down. Stuff the bottom two corners of the comforter inside the bottom two corners of the duvet cover. Once everything is aligned, zip it up!

ARIGHTEX Soft Children Duvet Cover Set Twin Aqua Teal Blue Pink

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