Meet Buffy Comforter, a new line of down alternative comforters that may just be one of the best things in your bedroom. Launched with the promise of the “comforter of your dreams“, Buffy Comforter it is on his way to becoming the leading brand in this market. “About 30 million comforters are sold a year, and that’s just in the United States. There was no leading brand.” Leo Wang, the CEO and founder of Buffy, said in a recent interview.
Buffy is founded by Leo Wang, a second-generation bedding maker from a family of goose and down duvet producers. Seeking to give the textile industry an eco-friendly makeover, Wang knew traditional textile production is wasteful and toxic to the environment. What sets Buffy Comforter apart from many other down alternative comforter brands is its values. Buffy prides itself on being sustainable, with comforter filling made from recycled plastic bottles, in addition to being allergen-free, cruelty-free, and cloud-like.
The Buffy Comforter it’s a down alternative comforter made of a mixture of microfiber and eucalyptus fiber. Eucalyptus fiber is hailed for being naturally soft, soothing, and anti-inflammatory. The durable, plant-based fabric resists microbes and pathogens like mold, mildew, dust mites. Organic eucalyptus may just seem like a buzzword to help sell comforters, but in reality, it makes a huge difference in the comfort of your comforter, and consequently, the quality of your sleep.
The inside filling of Buffy Comforter is made from recycled plastic bottles. Every Buffy comforter is spun from around 50 reclaimed BPA- and phthalate-free PET plastic bottles. The recycled polyester is kinder to the environment than traditional polyester (which is sourced from new petroleum) and Buffy’s manufacturing process has helped keep 2,500,000 plastic bottles out of landfills!
Buffy takes advantage of the 37.5 Technology – it keeps your body at the ideal core temperature of 37.5° Celsius and helps keep the microclimate next to your skin at the ideal relative humidity of 37.5%. This technology also used by the US Army and Adidas was applied to Buffy Comforter using active particles to trap energy and moisture vapor and keep you hot when it’s cold and cool when it’s hot. Buffy comforter is the first to integrate this magic technology.
The finished product certainly lives up to these cloud-like comparisons. If it looks like a cloud, feels like a cloud, and moves like a cloud, chances are it’s a cloud – or in this case, a Buffy comforter. Buffy Comforter Down Alternative it’s tremendously soft, light, and cool to the touch, and sleeping beneath it, you feel like sleeping under a pile of cotton candy.
It is recommend to drying clean your Buffy Comforter. Buffy stays in its best shape ONLY when is dry cleaned. Machine washing may potentially damage your Buffy, so it is not recommended cleaning it that way. Buffy is only machine washable in a large industrial washing machine. Smaller washing machines may damage your Buffy comforter!
If you prefer to machine wash your bedding frequently, a duvet cover can help keep your Buffy Comforter clean. This way you can just remove the cover and machine wash it without having to bring your Buffy down alternative comforter to the dry cleaners as frequently. We recommend using a duvet cover made from cotton, linen, or any other breathable natural material. Your Buffy is made from ingredients to love and care for, and dry cleaning will ensure it lasts a lifetime.
With a 30-night trial period, totally risk-free, you’ve had plenty of time to fallen in love with this down alternative comforter. If for any reasons you do decide to return it, the comforter goes to a good cause – the company generally donates returned products to homeless shelters in the local community!
if you’re looking for an eco-friendly, hypoallergenic and affordable down alternative comforter that has the same warming power as down, definitely give to Buffy Comforter a try.