Please tell me the fill amount in the king size. thanks
Cotton Loft White Down Alternative Medium Warmth Comforter
This Cotton Loft comforter features a naturally lofted cotton fill that has the same warming properties as down, but without the overheating. This comforter has a 240 thread count cotton cover.
ITEM#: 13309970This Cotton Loft comforter features a naturally lofted cotton fill that has the same warming properties as down, but without the overheating. This comforter has a 240 thread count cotton cover, and is filled with 30-ounce per square yard of natural Cottonloft fill.
- Cover material: Cotton
- Construction: Quilt stitch construction
- Fill material: 100-percent cottonloft fiber
- Warmth rating: Medium warmth
- Outer design: Quilt stitch in a cloud pattern
- Color options: White
- Care instructions: Machine washable
- Twin: 68 inches wide x 86 inches long
- Full/Queen: 88 inches wide x 88 inches long
- King: 104 inches wide x 88 inches long
Cottonloft fill is naturally hypoallergenic.
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|Warmth Rating||Medium Warmth|
|Fill Type||Cotton Down Alternative|
|Tags||Comfy Quality Winter|
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I bought this comforter last fall and used it throughout the winter with no issues whatsoever. I loved it!! I did not think the comforter was "noisy" at all. It was the perfect warmth for New England with just a sheet underneath. We keep our home 60 degrees at night and it made sleeping very comfortable. I did cover it with a duvet but after the winter/spring season was over, it did need a wash because my parter sweats at night when he sleeps. I was totally satisfied with this purchase until I had it dry cleaned. I could have machine washed it but the instructions on the label suggested dry cleaning for best results. I picked it up from the cleaners last fall and did not open up the bag until this week. It is ruined! The cotton loft balled up inside each individual sewn pocket and I cannot loosen it back up. It is totally lumpy and a mess. Overstock would not except a return because I bought it last fall. Sadly disappointed. I would suggest trying to machine wash this comforter if you need to clean it. You may get better results. I don't think you could get worse results that way...Read More
Bought for spare bedroom, it is cozy, warm and pretty.Read More
Nice feel to this comforter. Its weight is perfect and It fits nicely in a duvet. Comforter moves nicely, without being noisy or cumbersome.Read More
This comforter is the perfect weight! We replaced a down comforter that my husband found too warm. We've had it about two months, and so far it is performing really well for us. We live near the Coast in Central California. The weight is just right for winters here (we turn the heat off at night).Read More
The comforter is warm enough but it is makes an annoying crinkly sound. I would not buy this again.Read More
I have used this comforter for 5 months now and my husband and I still love it. I was hesitant to purchase a product without any reviews (even on other sites--I did a global google search to find some), so I decided to write one even though that is not typical for me. WARMTH: We recently moved from Florida and the majority of our use has been in Florida. Even through the warm summers, this blanket was not super hot. My husband barely slept under it, which is not unusual for him anyway. I love blankets and must be snuggled under one at all times to sleep anyway. For our first few weeks in a new home in North Carolina, it provided a great amount of warmth -- just enough for both of us! This comforter is a wonderful weight and perfect tucked inside our duvet. SIZE: King size matched well to our King size duvet cover. DURABILITY: We have two dogs who hang out in our bed throughout the day and night and therefore wash our bedding quite regularly. This comforter has held up, as I would expect it to. No issues with durability at all. ALLERGIES: I have suffered pretty bad allergies to our down comforter and had to get rid of it. This was a replacement for that one and I have had no problems with my allergies with this comforter. PRICE: Well below a comparable product at major retail stores. OVERALL: I am very happy with this product and with Overstock's delivery and packaging.Read More
I bought this hoping it would be warm, but not too hot. It is excellent at keeping us warm, but does get too hot sometimes. I do live in the FL panhandle. The comforter is noisy, but not that bad and I got used to it quickly.Read More
I was very excited with finding a cotton filled comforter with such a low price. I couldn't wait to receive it and in deed, it was delivered promptly. The disappointment part is that the cotton/comforter is a bit thin and the fabric is very noisy. I ordered a King size and fortunately I have a comforter cover so I wrapped the comforter with it and it's much better. I enjoyed it very much and have a good night sleep with it nightly. It's warm and with extra comforter cover, it's very comfortable. I do want to agree that cotton is much better than the polyester, and for that reason I do not regret purchasing it.Read More
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Hi deborah1234, we were able to verify this information with our support team. This comforter is filled with 8 OZ per square yard. Thanks for shopping with us.
I read in some of the reviews that this comforter is noisy. Is it possible to reduce the noise by washing it?
That might help a little but I have a noisy comforter too and once I put the duvet cover over it there is really no noise at all. I don't know if you will be using a duvet cover though.
Wow. I'm sensitive to noise, and I don't notice anything out of the ordinary with this comforter. Our down comforter made the same little "crunch", but I certainly wouldn't call it "noisy"! I actually like the sound it makes.
is this comforter treat with formaldehyde, fire retardant or any chemicals? thanks
This comforter has not been treated with any chemicals.
I would like to know if this comforter is treated with formaldehyde. I have recently read that this chemical can be found on cotton products. Where can I get this type of information?
This is formaldehyde free cotton.
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