When the cold is near, knowing how to choose winter clothing well and how to do the changing of the closet is important and, therefore, we spend a lot of our time doing it. But do we pay the same attention to choose the coverlet? Sheltering during the night is just as important as or more important than covering ourselves for the day and the warmest garment on the cooler nights is the Nordic comforter. So that you sleep comfortably and placidly, in this article of a How do we show you the tricks so you know how to choose a good coverlet set?
The first thing you should keep in mind when choosing a Nordic comforter is its insulating power. The main objective of the comforter is to prevent the entry of cold and conserve heat, and this is only achieved with adequate insulating power. This factor depends mainly on the quality of the filler material and the amount of filler used. The greater the amount, the more insulating power. As the main factor to get the proper insulation power of the comforter is the Nordic filler, it is important to know the different types of filler to choose the Nordic coverlet set. There are two major types of Nordic fills.
Natural fillings coverlet set is filled with natural feather or down. Down fillers are the best thermal insulation because they absorb moisture and prevent heat from spreading, always maintaining the right temperature. But, the quilts are more expensive, special care must be taken to clean them and, being of natural materials, can cause allergies. The feather fillings have a solid part attached to the feather, the cane, and do not have such good insulating power.
Synthetic filler, they mimic the natural down and can be of conventional fibers, hollow fibers of polyester or microfibers. The hollow fiber polyester is very breathable and has a good insulating power. In addition, their cleaning is easier than the ones of natural filler and are ant allergic.
Another important factor to consider when choosing a good Nordic coverlet set is the type of clothing. One of the factors that ensure the insulating power is the formation of air chambers inside the quilt. The air chambers ensure that the Nordic filler is distributed proportionally throughout the duvet and no void areas are formed. The type of clothing that best divides the interior of the Nordic quilt and the air chambers is the one that has the sewing system in the form of wide squares.