• Know About Goose Down Comforters

    What Everybody Ought to Know About Goose Down Comforters

    Down is known to be the light and airy clusters found beneath the bird’s feather. This is commonly found in geese and ducks. Known for it’s natural ability to keep the bird warm during cold temperatures, it traps and insulates the heat in between the very small pockets of fibers. When it comes to the goose down and duck down, there’s no much difference when you look at them. During shipment, scientists have to literally check the species using a microscope. In the market today, there is more down from ducks than geese since geese are rare. This makes goose down more expensive and duck down quite affordable. Geese are…

  • How to Wash a Down Comforter in Washing Machine

    How to Wash a Down Comforter in The Washing Machine

    The down comforter are a good solution and very comfortable to not be cold in bed while you are sleeping, they are light at the some time that they give enough heat. In addition, they usually have some very nice covers, which fit perfectly with the bedroom decoration. However, the problem is in their care and cleaning. And although you can wash the down comforter in the laundry or self-service washing facilities, this is a process that can also be done at home, although it should be noted that not all down comforters sets are washed in the washing machine. If you have one and do not know what to do…

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    How to install a hardwood flooring properly?

    If you have recently acquired a solid hardwood flooring and want to put it yourself, take the time to read our tips to make the best possible installation. The first step will be to prepare the room, For this you must: Take measurements of the room to ensure a square installation of your plank hardwood Arrange the blades on the floor before installation according to the desired pattern Place the boards perpendicular to the joists to solidify the surface and prevent buckling Install a second ½ plywood or attach 2 × 6 pieces between the joists every 24 inches for installation parallel to the joists Check that the first row is…