There’s nothing worse than getting ready for bed at night to realise you’ve stripped it and forgot to remake it.
Changing the duvet is one of the most dreaded tasks, whether you turn the duvet inside out or have a fight with the bedsheets, it’s a pretty frustrating job.
Now, experts at Yorkshire Linens have explained how we’re doing it all wrong and shared their technique which promises to complete the task in as little as 60 seconds, reports The Mirror.
They perfected the “roll and stuff” method back in 2013, and others have sworn by the system ever since.
Here’s how to do it
To start, lay your empty duvet cover flat on the bed.
Place your duvet on top and roll it up towards the opening of the duvet cover, which is still flat on the bed, until you have a cylinder shape.
Place the rolled-up duvet into the opening of the cover, which may be easiest to do one side at a time.
Once it’s inside, grab the two corners closest to you and put them inside the corners of the duvet at the same end.
Then hold the corners from the outside, give it a vigorous shake and the duvet should unroll inside the cover and drop into position perfectly.
And there you have it, fresh clean sheets and a perfectly made bed.