Meet Buffy: The World’s Most Comfortable Comforter

It’s winter and it’s cold (yes, even in Florida). If you’re like us, there are likely days when you want nothing more than to stay in bed under your favorite comforter, and dive into a good book rather than get up and start checking off items on your to-do list. Perhaps you’ve even spent a few Saturdays and Sundays doing just this! We won’t judge, especially if you happen to have a Buffy comforter.

What’s a Buffy comforter? It’s basically the best comforter on earth (and we don’t say that lightly). The company describes its comforter as “softer than a cloud,” and we couldn’t agree more. If you’re in the market for a new comforter, check out the Buffy comforter.

Here are the top 5 things you need to know about the Buffy comforter.

1.) How Is Buffy So Soft and Fluffy? 

Buffy's fabric is softer than cotton

With a thread count of 300, the Buffy comforter is silky soft. Its outer shell is made out of a sustainable fabric called lyocell, which is not only softer than cotton (even organic cotton) but better for the environment too. Lyocell is 100% natural and made from the wood pulp of eucalyptus trees sourced sustainably from Austria. The fabric is super soft and silky but allows for airflow. It keeps you warm in the winter without overheating you in the summer.

The inner fill is comprised of an eco-fiber, which is spun from reclaimed PET bottles. While that may not sound like the most comfortable filling, it really is. The fibers are air-blown and layered, giving the comforter its cloud-like feel. With the Buffy comforter, you can sleep soundly with the knowledge that you’re doing your part to better the planet.

2.) I Have Allergies. Will I Be Okay With a Buffy Comforter?

woman wrapped in Buffy comforter

You should be! The Buffy Comforter is more hypoallergenic than cotton because of its eucalyptus fabric, which is made in a closed loop system. The fabric is also Oeko-Tex certified free of harmful chemicals.

Buffy’s fabric also has antimicrobial materials that help prevent dust, mites and even mold. It’s more hypoallergenic than both cotton and down materials. Buffy stands behind its product and encourages you test it out, worry-free.

 

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3.) What If I Don’t Like It?

Buffy comforter on a sofa

This is where the worry-free part comes in. If you don’t like your Buffy comforter for any reason, you can return it. Buffy will even cover the return shipping costs. Buffy offers a thirty-day trial period. If during those thirty nights you find the comforter is not as “cloud-like” as you’d dreamed, you can return it free of charge.

What’s more? Buffy wouldn’t need to refund you because technically they hadn’t even charged you yet! Buffy only charges you after you’ve had the comforter for thirty nights (although it may place a temporary hold on your card which will appear as “pending” or “processing”). Trying a Buffy comforter is as risk-free as possible.

4.) Why Is a Buffy Comforter Better Than Your Average Cotton Comforter?

Buffy comforter is made of sustainable materials

Buffy comforters are made of sustainable fabric. What is sustainable fabric? Sustainable fabric is better for the environment than traditional fabrics because it’s derived from eco-friendly resources such as recycled materials or sustainably grown plants and is made without the use of harsh chemicals.

The Buffy Comforter’s eucalyptus shell uses 10 times less water to produce than cotton. Each comforter saves 1,000 gallons of water and prevents 50 plastic bottles from winding up in oceans and landfills.  Its interior, made of 100% recycled PET fill, comes from BPA-free bottles that are taken out of landfills and transformed into the soft cloud-like fabric Buffy is known for.

So, not only do you get a super soft and comfortable comforter, but you’ll also be reducing your carbon footprint by choosing Buffy!

5.) How Do I Clean My Buffy Comforter?

woman in bed with Buffy comforter

Buffy recommends protecting your new comforter with a comforter cover, which will help it stay clean. However, you won’t have to clean your Buffy Comforter often thanks to its eucalyptus fibers which help to repel dust mites, mildew, mold and other pathogens that tend to build up in traditional down comforters.

When it does need a good cleaning, it’s best to have it dry cleaned. We recommend finding a natural dry cleaner and having them take care of it. In the interim, should you spill anything on your Buffy comforter, spot clean it with water, sparkling water and (ideally) an organic soap. Buffy worked hard to bring you a sustainable product, so we hope you’ll take care of it as sustainably as well.

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