If you’ve ever tried to put a new duvet cover on a comforter, you know that it’s one of the most obnoxious (and surprisingly difficult) tasks ever. You practically have to climb inside of it to get the corners in the right place, and if you’re really unlucky, you realize after 20 minutes of wrestling it that you put it on the wrong way. In fact, I believe that in hell, you’re required to change duvet covers and fold fitted sheets. And you have to listen to people chew.
Truth be told, I’m a little annoyed that I haven’t seen this hack for flawlessly executing a duvet cover switch sooner, but it’s brilliant.
How To Put On A Duvet Cover:
First, flip your duvet cover inside out, and spread it out on the bed so the opening is at the bottom. Next, lay your comforter on top of the duvet so it matches the cover. Starting at the top, roll the duvet and comforter into a burrito. Once it’s rolled, grab the opening of the cover and pull it up over the duvet, stuffing it inside the opening. Then, unroll the “burrito,” pulling the cover away from the roll as you go. And voila!