Down Throw Fill Power

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Does down throw fill power cool me if I'm always too hot?

Down Throw Fill Power

You're always hot in the middle of winter. Even with spring, fall and summer down fill power comforter ratings, you still think down comforters are too heavy, especially since you don't want a high thread count cover. What do you do? The answer: A down throw blanket. You chose a lightweight down pillow too, ever since you learned what does fill power mean in terms of feather pillows.

You want a down throw and down pillow for your screened porch. Fill power comforter ratings are probably different than down throw fill power ratings. Sorry, Ms. Inferno. 550 in fill power down comforter ratings, lightweight but not as light as 800 with 400-thread count Egyptian cotton casing, translates to 550 in down fill power ratings for a fluffy throw.

You won't be steaming, though, because 550 comforter down fill power is even more lightweight in a smaller surface, so there's more loft. Plus, microsuede fabric on the outside is porous, letting air circulate and cool you. So cuddle on the porch, drink your hot chocolate, and let your hubby have his 76-degree bedroom and flannel blankets. You're very cool with your down throw.



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