Comforter Re-Covering

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Choose to Reuse! Save Money and the Environment!

Send your old down comforter to be turned into an as-good-as-new comforter by sending it to the re-covering service at All About Down®. We remove the down, wash it, then put it a new fabric shell.

Your Goose Down Will Be Fresh and Odor-Free - Our expert cleaning service washes your comforter for a small additional cost before re-covering it. This protects your comforter by keeping our workspace clean. We guarantee that your down is kept separate and returned to you in your re-covered comforter.

The Down Comforter of Your Dreams! 

When re-covering your down comforter, All About Down® uses the same exceptional quality materials that are on our new down comforters. 

  • DOWN-PROOF FABRIC - Our cambric weave, Egyptian cotton fabric keeps your goose down securely inside your comforter. It's imported from Europe because it’s the best available.
  • TOP-STITCHING - Our comforters are sewed into sewn-through billowy squares to keep the down securely in place and prevent shivery cold spots. 
  • SIZES Choose one of sixteen sizes in our Down Comforter Measurements Chart. Don't be restricted by the names of the sizes. Instead, compare the dimensions listed on the chart to the desired coverage of your bed, or the fit of your duvet cover. 
  • MORE GOOSE DOWN? - Fluff your puff! Add our 800 to 900 fill-power goose down to your re-covered comforter to make it warmer, increase its loft, or to fill out a comforter that’s larger than the original. 
  • LESS GOOSE DOWN? - Was your old comforter too warm? The time to reduce the amount of down is when it is re-covered. We can return your down or use it to make pillows. We don't buy used down.
  • MORE OR LESS GOOSE DOWN? - As a custom order at additional cost, we can make a down comforter containing more goose down on one side than the other to cover that awkward situation where a Cold Sleeper shares a bed with a Warm Sleeper.
Using Used Goose Down 
  • DOWN COMFORTER - The down in your used comforter should be light and fluffy. If it is flat or lumpy, it is worn out and usually not suitable for re-covering although sometimes it can be used for pillows. All About Down® can advise you. 
  • SLEEPING BAGS - Down from newish sleeping bags can theoretically be added to a re-covered comforter although it is usually worn out by the time its owner is willing to sacrifice it. 
  • ARMY SLEEPING BAGS - They contain a high percentage of low quality, flat, non-fluffy feathers. Sometimes, if not too dusty, their feathery contents can make a really, really heavy comforter. Sometimes, they can make supportive pillows such as throw pillows. But don't count on either scenario.
  • DOWN JACKETS - The small amount in down in a jacket is usually of mediocre quality and often not worth using regardless of what the product tag may say. 
  • PILLOWS - Pillow filling tends to be exhausted by being used every night. They can also contain a surprising amount feathers even if labeled 100% down. You wouldn't know that unless you opened one up. Alternatively, you can trust us. Adding pillow filling to a re-covered comforter is not recommended unless it's essentially brand new.

Re-covered Down Comforters Cannot Be Returned - Ordering the re-covering of a down comforter can be tricky. You know what you want but we don't read minds. Be assured that we try our best and if you are dissatisfied with your order, we will work with you to make it right.
How Long Does It Take All About Down® to Re-Cover My Comforter? - It can take one to two months...sometimes longer during the holidays or cold spells. If you can’t bear to be separated from your comforter, let us know and we can sometimes make special arrangements.
Down Comforter Re-Covering Can't Be Ordered Online - Mail your down comforter to All About Down®Include this order form in the box.  When we receive your package, we will contact you to discuss the details and give you a final price. You are under no obligation to place an order; however, we will charge you for return shipping.


Use these prices to estimate how much your order will cost. They don’t include the cost of additional down. We will give you a final price when we examine your down item.

 Crib or Lap $97
Throw $132
Euro $187
XL Euro $204
Twin $220
XL Twin $237
Full $252
XL Full $266
Pillowtop Full $273
Queen $294
Pillowtop Queen $312
King $329



The down comforter will conform to the size of a Duvet Cover. Without one, it will stretch to its maximum dimensions. 

The size we cut the fabric before we fill it with goose down. Compare these measurements to those printed on another manufacturer's bedding tag.

Compare the Duvet Cover Size measurements to these mattress dimensions to see how they fit.


40" x 50"

46" x 56"

27" x 52"


40" x 60"

46" x 66"


50" x 60"

56" x 66"


54" x 76"

60" x 82"


54" x 92"

60" x 101"


64" x 82"

74" x 91"

38" x 76" x 8"-12"

XL TWIN 64" x 92" 74" x 101" 38" x 80" x 8"-12"


78" x 82"

91" x 91"

54" x 76" x 8"-12"


84" x 86"

96" x 98"

54" x 76" x 14"-20"


88" x 92"

101" x 101"

60" x 80" x 8"-12"


95" x 95"

106" x 106"

66" x 80" x 14"-20"


104" x 92"

120" x 101"

76" x 80" x 8"-12"


112" x 96"

128" x 106"

76" x 80" x 14"-20"


100" x 96"

112" x 106"

72" x 84" x 8"-12"

Save on Shipping With a FedEx Label From All About Down®
  • Save 20-40% on the cost of mailing a down item to All About Down® by sending us the box dimensions, plus your address, phone number and email address to Knowing the approximate weight of your box is helpful but less important.
  • You will receive a shipping label via email from FedEx which you are free to use or discard. You can print it at home and tape it on your box, or take your box to a FedEx office where they can scan your phone and print a label for you. You will not be charged until we return your comforter. (We do not sell your information or use it for a mailing list.)
  • Of course, we accept packages from all shipping services including U.S. Postal Service, UPS or your own FedEx label.  

Other Shipping Options - Of course, we accept packages from all shipping services including U.S. Postal Service, UPS or your own FedEx label.