Jul 26, 2018

Lovin' Life 26/7/2018: Doona Covers and California Rolls.

Today's Lovin' Life is dedicated to the life changing YouTube video.  It's one minute and fifty three seconds of sheer brilliance.


If you've ever struggled with trying to put a new doona cover over a doona that's any size larger than a single, the California roll technique will change your life.  It's so easy yet somehow so counterintuitive to me that I have to rewatch the video every month or so as a refresher.

How do you change your doona cover?  Will you be switching to the California roll way?

8 comments:

  1. I can't even work out how that works - I'm a jump in the air holding the inside ends method...I'll probably stick with that out of laziness and habit, but I'm very intrigued to test this out!!

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  2. Oh. My. God! That is game changing.

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  3. I tried this a couple of times with our doona but ended up returning to the good old stuffing it into the corners of cover and shaking it out method - it seems quicker to me?

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  4. This seems a lot easier than my jump on the bed and try not to get hit by the fan as I wiggle the cover over the doona method, ha! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. I needed this last Monday, SSG. I struggled with putting the King Size Doona into a new cover! Love it!
    Sue from Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond

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  6. How weird. I've always lived alone so very much used to that sort of thing though I just shove one end of the doona into one end of the cover and then the other. Then hold it by those two ends so the rest falls into place, then shove each of the top (other) corners into their corners and hold it by them and shake it into place! #teamlovinlife

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  7. Well isn't that tricky!
    I like my method. I turn my doona cover inside out, then put my hands inside to each corner, then grab the doona by its corners, flip and shake. I admit that for my king size though I do have to do a bit of shaking to make it work. But I still manage on my own. I'll try this one next time.

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