First of all, in terms of color, both are white, and both are suitable for making quilts of any color, beautiful and generous.
Next, let's look at the size and bulkiness of the velvet: Compared with the duck down, the velvet of the goose down is larger and more hollow, more fluffy, and more obvious in terms of resilience.
In addition, if we compare duck down and goose down in terms of taste, we can clearly find that because ducks are omnivorous animals, their feathers and down will have a fishy smell, which is difficult to remove even after many times of washing, even if there is no The smell is gone, but after a period of time, it is very likely to have a smell and it will take a long time to dissipate naturally; and goose down is different, goose is a herbivore, and its down has no peculiar smell.
Finally, we also consider from the perspective of fibers. Compared with duck down, the fiber structure of goose down is finer, softer and longer, and has a better fluffy effect. Obviously, the quilt filled with goose down has more air retention than the quilt filled with duck down, and better organizes the entry of external cold air and the outflow of internal hot air.
Therefore, the warmth retention property of the goose down quilt is obviously stronger than that of the duck down quilt. Therefore, for the sake of beauty and warmth, we chose white goose down instead of white duck down.