Even if the days are pretty warm in LA, the nights are certainly getting chilly. So when Nita had her Anthropologie quilt dry cleaned, as it said on the care instructions on the label, she was pretty disappointed to get it back clumped in spots and bare in others:
I recently purchased this cotton-filled quilt from Anthropologie and had it dry-cleaned as the care instructions said "Dry Clean Only". I just got it back from the dry-cleaner's and it is no longer in the same fluffly, thick shape and form I had purchased it in. The cotton filling is now clumped together in random spots, leaving other spots bare and completely thin. Is there any way to save this quilt? Also, is this the fault of the dry cleaner's or the quality of the quilt? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!