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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    Reason I ask is I recently watched a video and the lady making the bed put fitted and flat sheet on the bed then doona (without cover) and then a light blanket to keep doona clean. I thought it was a great idea cause it saves having to muck about with doona covers etc and the doona stays sandwiched between sheet and blanket on top.

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    I'd be worried that the doona wouldn't actually stay between the sheet and the blanket. That'd drive me nuts.

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    Always have a cover on

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    We have a coverlet on our bed, 2 blankets and a doona. The doona hasn't got a cover on it ATM. I'm using it more as a blanket. If it was on top of the bed it would definitely have a cover.

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    Always a cover as we don't always use a top sheet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luna Lovegood View Post
    Always a cover as we don't always use a top sheet.
    This ^ I wash our sheets weekly and donnas monthly.

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    Yep always. Drives me nuts to get it on but I couldn't imagine not having a cover on it.

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    At the moment no, every singlecover i buy the doona.rolls into a ball in it

    So frustrating.

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    Hotels tend to have a doona sandwiched between two top sheets. I certainly prefer that when I'm staying away - it seems much more hygienic. At home I use a cover.

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    Always a cover..... i like it to look pretty....

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    Default Do you put a cover on your Doona?

    Always, never use a top sheet though they annoy me!


 

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