How to Wash Ugg Blanket?

Learn how to wash it to keep your blanket the same soft and cozy

Written by Olivia Paxton. Updated on How to Wash Ugg Blanket

If you love to cuddle in bed wrapped in a warm and soft blanket, then ugg blankets should be definitely considered by you! These softies are extremely comfortable, warm, and lightweight which makes them perfect for cold winter evenings and nights.

However, those who buy these plush-like throw blankets often start wondering later: how to wash my ugg blanket correctly? And this is a good question in fact since ugg blankets get easily frizzy and they also tend to fall off if being washed wrong.

This is why in this article we are going to explain how to wash and dry ugg blankets correctly so that your favorite throw blanket remains the same soft and comfy as on the day you purchased it. Also, you are going to learn a few handy tips regarding maintenance and care needed for this type of throw blanket.

With all that in mind, washing and drying your soft throw ugg blankets will be super easy, and you will be able to enjoy their cozy texture much longer.

How to Wash Ugg Throw Blanket?

If you have recently bought an ugg throw blanket, you might find yourself in front of a very important question when the time of the first wash comes. How to wash my ugg throw blanket properly and not ruin it?

Of course, the most obvious solution would be to check the care tag of your blanket since all the basic washing instructions are usually shown there.

However, we often tend to cut those care tags off since they are very annoying and harsh on the skin. And if this is exactly your case, then you might feel a bit stuck. Luckily, there is nothing complicated about washing these soft throw blankets!

You just need to get ready and prepare a washing product (opt for the liquid one), as well as some fabric conditioner and a clean soft sponge.

  • Apply a small amount of cleaning product and conditioner to a clean, wet sponge.
  • Gently scrub to clean the entire area of the blanket.
  • Rinse it clean with clean, cold water.

When cleaning your soft blanket, keep in mind that ugg blankets have a very delicate surface! It can be easily damaged if scrubbed aggressively, so don’t rub it too vigorously!
But what if you can’t spend that much time on manual washing, you may wonder? Well, in this case, machine washing is not prohibited!

How to Wash Ugg Throw Blanket
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How to Machine Wash Ugg Blankets?

Of course, not everyone has enough time and desire to wash such a big blanket by hand! Ugg throw blankets are far from being small, many of them come in the size of a king-size bed! Do you think it is possible to wash all THAT by hand?!

Of course, in this case, the washing machine is going to be your best friend. Luckily, ugg blankets can easily survive a washing machine barrel.

But even though it is washable, remember to follow the basic laundering instructions in order not to ruin the item!

  • Use a top-loading washing machine for getting the best results.
  • If you don’t have that kind of washing machine, it’s fine. Use the one that you have.
  • Set the machine to the delicate cycle.
  • Fill it with cold water.
  • As the washing machine fills, add some mild laundry detergent designed for delicate fabrics.
  • Load your ugg blanket into the washing barrel.
  • Press the Start button.

For the best effect, we recommend you wash these throw blankets separately, with no other items or clothes in the same load. Like this, their fluffy texture will not be compromised.

As you can see, there is nothing complicated at all about washing your ugg blanket at home.

And since this soft and comfy thing can be cleaned both by hand and in a washing machine, you can always opt for the most suitable option.

How to Machine Wash Ugg Blankets
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Handy Tips For Washing Your Ugg Blanket

You might think that it is enough to know that ugg blankets can be washed by hand or in a washing machine. But we will say: no, it is not all that you should know about them! See, the fabric that these softies are made of is very delicate and thus it needs special care and attention when being cleaned.

This is why we suggest you read a few useful tips and life hacks carefully in order to learn more about the nuances of ugg blankets laundry.

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Wash Them Separately

Ugg blankets are one of the most sensitive blankets on the market. In addition, they are known for being rather delicate during the washing and drying process. This is because their fibers are predisposed to falling off or getting frizzy each time they are mixed with other fabrics in the washing machine barrel.

This is why the best solution, in this case, would be to choose a special day where you only take the sheets, beddings, and blankets to the laundry and segregate them according to materials.

The fluffy material of your ugg throw blankets should be washed independently only! This will ensure that there are no other items in the load. Their fibers are known to be delicate and washing them with other types may induce shredding and pilling.

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Mind the Color When Washing

It is necessary to wash ugg blankets in accordance with other colors. It means that you can only wash them with similar colors in one load. It will help you avoid the scenario when your ugg throw blanket is bleeding with dark colors while being blended with the clothes of lighter ones!

Of course, it may be quite difficult to figure out which ones bleed and which ones do not. This is why you should always remember to separate these throw blankets according to color in order to prevent color fading and fabric darkening.

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Set the Right Temperature

The great convenience and benefit of having an ugg blanket are that it can be washed both by hand and in a washing machine. What makes it difficult is the setting of the temperature, however.

The temperature of the water that you use to wash the blanket should be cold and it should be set on a gentle wash. It will help to strengthen the fiber of the ugg blanket and keep the soft and fluffy texture safe and sound longer.

This is why, before each wash, remember to fill the washing machine with cold water and set the mode to the delicate setting.

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Use of Fabric Conditioner and Detergent

After you make sure that the temperature of the water and the mode setting of the washing machine are correct, the next thing to look out for is the use of fabric conditioner and detergent. We want to warn you at once: it is not recommended to use one!

But if you are concerned about the dirt and dust that might be absorbed in the fibers of your blanket, opt for a delicate type of fabric conditioner and detergent.
Another nuance that you should keep in mind is that bleach is not suggested.

Any bleaching products tend to make the fibers of these soft blankets stiff and dry. You would definitely not want that!

If you are not a fan of fabric conditioners (or if you are allergic to them), another alternative option is using white vinegar. It may be quite the brave step considering the smell, but all you need is half a cup in order to clean the blanket all the way. Anyway, the vinegar smell will disappear pretty fast.

Use of Fabric Conditioner and Detergent
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Dry Correctly

Because the fabric of an ugg blanket is rather thick, it might be difficult to dry the fibers of an ugg blanket thoroughly. This is why we highly suggest air-drying them to completely remove the moisture from their fibers. You can, for example, hang your blanket outside where the sun and the wind can do their part.

If you do not want to wait that long for them to try, or if you don’t have a possibility to dry your ugg throw blankets outdoors, drying on a spinner or dryer would be a good option as well.

When drying these blankets in a dryer, keep the dryer in a low-temperature setting. No matter how fast you want the blanket dried up for further use, you should never increase the temperature of the dryer or spinner! If you do it, this will ruin the fibers of an ugg blanket and cause unwanted fluff lying around. Never ring or twist the ugg blanket after washing.

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Avoid Overwashing Or Underwashing

Overwashing and under washing the ugg blanket comes with compromised quality of the blanket and the health of the users. See, if you don’t wash the blanket regularly, it may lead to exposure to bacteria, fungi, and even pollen!

And even if it might not have a significant effect on your health, it is anyway unhygienic to use the same blanket over and over again without washing! This is why make sure that your ugg blanket is washed at least once every two weeks, and twice every month in case it is used seldom.

However, avoid washing it twice a week since it can make the delicate fibers to be too stretched or too fluffy.

Avoid Overwashing Or Underwashing
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When do You Need to Treat the Stains?

If you accidentally stained your ugg blanket with something, it can be a disaster to clean it! Especially if this blanket is one of the essential things that keep you warm and cozy!

And if you happen to stain your ugg blanket with wine, sauces, or other liquid varieties, you might be so desperate that you decide to wash it with multi-purpose detergent. That’s the very spot where you must stop!

Using multi-purpose detergent might not do the trick. To get better results, mix water with non-chlorine bleach and vinegar in a spray bottle. Spray the parts of the blanket that are stained and leave them for an hour. This solution will help loosen up the stain set on the fibers, and thus, when your blanket is thrown in the wash, the process will go much easier and faster!

So after soaking the blanket in the homemade spot-removing formula, throw it in the washing machine and just wash with cold water and half a cup of vinegar.

When do You Need to Treat the Stains
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Maintain the Softness

The owners of ugg blankets report that they turn out to be one of the toughest types of blankets to maintain. Why? Because of their fluffy and soft texture! See, sometimes it can be a challenge to maintain the texture and quality of the fabric.

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However, there is one maintenance trick that can save you money. You can keep your blanket’s fluffiness and softness untouched through the vinegar method. This homemade and simple method will restore the ugg blanket’s former soft glory. All you need is half a cup of vinegar.

  • Simply add it to a basin or tub filled with cold water.
  • Soak the ugg blanket until all parts are wet.
  • Leave it there for up to two hours but no more than that.
  • Once rinsed and dried, you can forget about the worn edges and dry fibers of your ugg blanket!

With these tips and recommendations, washing your ugg blanket will become even easier than it was before. With this information in mind, you will be able to keep the throw blanket’s softness and fluffy texture much better without spending much time and effort on that.

Frequently Asked Questions

⭐How often should I wash my UGG comforter?

Unless the comforter has something spilled on it, you won’t need to wash it more than once or twice a year.

⭐How do you wash a Sherpa UGG comforter?

Usually, hot or warm water is the best water for washing clothes. For your Sherpa blanket, use cold or warm water. Cold water is ideal.

⭐Can I machine wash my UGG comforter?

Yes. It’s 100% polyester. Wash on gentle cycle, cold water. Dry with warm heat, not hot.

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