Duvet Vacuum Bags
Vacuum bags for clothes myHodo (14 pieces, different sizes, L-XXL)For all situations in life Our vacuum bags are extremely versatile. Whether for storing and storing clothes and blankets in your own four walls or when travelling. The myHodoBags vacuum bags create a lot of space in the booth or in the suitcase. Easy...
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myHodo vacuum bag clothing extra large XXL (6 pieces, 80x120 cm)For all situations in life Our vacuum bags are extremely versatile. Whether for storing and storing clothes and blankets in your own four walls or when travelling. The myHodoBags vacuum bags create a lot of space in the booth or in the suitcase. Easy...
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Duvet & Linen Vacuum Bags: Efficient storage
Most people probably know vacuum bags from the kitchen to make food last longer by vacuuming. But the vacuum process is also extremely predestined for clothing and bed linen. You save a lot of space, which is especially important for storing duvets and bed linen. In addition, the laundry is protected from external influences. In the following article you will find out what you have to pay attention to when vacuuming, which vacuum bags are suitable for duvets and what else you have to consider.
Buy vacuum bags for duvets: you have to pay attention to this
Vacuum linen bags are ideal when you're looking for a space-saving way to store your laundry. This is often seasonal if you want to store winter bedding over the summer months or vice versa. In addition to the space-saving advantage, you protect your bed linen from external influences such as moisture, which can occur especially when storing it in the basement, temperature and vermin such as clothes moths.When choosing the vacuum bags for your duvets, you can rely on different sizes and variants look forward. There are bags for individual duvets as well as for entire bed sets. Some products are even equipped with a special anti-mite formula that inhibits the growth of mites and ensures hygienic storage.
Most vacuum bags are made of robust plastic and have a zip fastener as the closing technique.
How do I compress duvet vacuum bags?
Equally important when selecting vacuum bags is the type of air removal. Bags with a valve, in which the air is sucked out with a vacuum cleaner, are particularly suitable for vacuuming bed linen. These bags are ideal for your bedding as they come in large sizes and can save up to 75% of space.
There are also vacuum bags for duvets without a vacuum cleaner, where the air is pressed out by rolling them up. These pouches are primarily intended for travel or small items of clothing or duvets.
In conclusion, the vacuum bags for bedding should be of the right size, have a valve to suck out the air with a vacuum cleaner, and have an anti-dust mite function to serve as a space-saving and hygienic storage solution.
What size duvet vacuum bags are there?
When it comes to vacuum bags, size matters. If you want to vacuum duvets, vacuum bags that are 80 × 100 cm and 70 × 120 cm or larger are suitable. This at least guarantees that there will be enough space for a pillow measuring 80 x 80 cm and folded blankets.
We recommend ours MyHodo Vacuum Bag Clothing Extra Large XXL, which are extremely versatile. They are really easy to use, you close them with the zip fastener, plug the vacuum cleaner into the valve and suck the air out until a hundred percent vacuum is created. The valve fits all standard vacuum cleaners.
The MyHodo vacuum bags for duvets offer many advantages:
- Versatile: Our sets are suitable for clothes storage and organization as well as storing duvets, linens, pillows and towels.
- Absolutely hygienic: Our double-sealed vacuum bags are 100% airtight, keeping odours, dust and bacteria out, as well as moisture, moths and mites.
- Space saving: With our vacuum storage bags you save up to 80% of space, whether for clothes or bed linen. You get a lot more options for action in the closet and in the apartment.
- Durable and environmentally friendly: The myHodo vacuum bags are robust, reusable and have a double-reinforced closure. The extra thick material is of the highest quality, BPA-free and environmentally friendly.
- Easy operation: Thanks to innovative technology, our vacuum bags are very easy to use. Open the valve, attach the vacuum cleaner, switch it on and a 100% tight vacuum is created.
How long do vacuum duvet bags last?
There is no general answer to this question, in principle vacuum bags for duvets can last forever because they are stable, robust and reusable. In order to enjoy the storage bags for as long as possible, you should note the following:
- Do not fill the bag to the hilt or it may tear
- Always close the vacuum bag carefully, as the zipper is delicate
- Check the vacuum bag at regular intervals and "ventilate if necessary".
- Please do not put any sharp or edgy objects in the bag as it could tear
- If you want to clean the vacuum bag, do not use disinfectants, only clear water and soap
- Before the bag is reused after washing, it should be absolutely dry, otherwise there is a risk of mold growth
How heat resistant are vacuum bags?
Vacuum bags are not only used for duvets and clothing, they are mainly used in the kitchen. Here, the shelf life of food is extended by vacuum sealing. The so-called sous vide cooking, in which meat, fish or vegetables are slowly cooked in vacuum bags at relatively low temperatures of under 100 °C in a water bath, is also very much in vogue. You can freeze vacuumed food just as well.
Therefore, vacuum bags are heat-resistant up to 80°C and extreme temperatures cannot damage your bed linen.
Which duvets shouldn't be vacuum sealed?
Vacuuming duvets is a great way to store them to save space. Since bed linen is particularly large and bulky, this type of storage can help. If your bed linen is filled with cotton or polyester, you can vacuum it without hesitation.
With down bedding, however, you should rather keep your hands off it, as the pressure of vacuuming quickly destroys the down and feathers and thus the ability to regulate heat and moisture is lost.
You should also avoid vacuuming duvets with natural wool filling (sheep's wool, camel hair, cashmere wool) or pillows and duvets with fiber fillings.
How do you vacuum blankets?
As mentioned earlier, vacuuming your comforters is not difficult. Here is a short guide:
- Carefully place the duvet or bed linen in a suitable vacuum bag.
- Run the zip seal over the closure portion of the bag several times to ensure it is properly airtight.
- Unscrew the cap.
- Press the vacuum cleaner tube vertically onto the valve.
- Carefully suck out the air in the vacuum bag.
- Close the valve - done!
Can pillows be vacuum sealed?
Pillows can of course also be vacuumed. You should make sure that the vacuum bag is of sufficient size, at least 80 x 100 cm is recommended, so that the pillow with the dimensions 80 x 80 cm has enough space. As mentioned above, you should avoid vacuum-packing down pillows and pillows with natural wool and fiber fillings.
Which vacuum bags are the best for duvets?
As mentioned, the size of the duvet vacuum bag is crucial. Here you should use bags of 80 x 100 cm or even 80 x 120 cm or even larger so that the bed can be easily stowed away in the vacuum bag. It is quite possible to fold the duvet before vacuuming. In any case, make sure that the vacuum bag is not stuffed too full.
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Vacuum bags for duvets from myHodo offer you all the advantages for space-saving storage of your bed linen. With myHodo vacuum bags, your belongings are safe from moisture, dirt, insects, odors and bacteria. They compress your clothes, blankets, sheets and pillows by up to 80% of their original size. This creates a lot more space in your home, in the closet or under the bed.
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