Does the down clump up over time?


A box-stitch comforter used under normal conditions should not have any clumps. Clumping might indicate too much moisture and that the comforter needs to be aired. Clumping also occurs with an "open construction" comforter (older styles like the "Karo-Step" or "Ring-Stitch") when the down shifts into a clump on the side or in the corner - these clumps can be smoothed back into place by placing the comforter on the bed and running your hand over the clumps to push the down back into position. Box-stitch comforters eliminate this problem. Shaking your comforter in the morning when making your bed is a good way to keep the down evenly distributed, and airing the comforter outside on a dry day will keep it feeling light and smelling fresh.

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