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Investigating Incredible Bed In A Bag Sets

Posted December 30th, 2010 by Administrator

A bed sheet is a piece of cloth that is designed and used to cover a mattress. A bed sheet serves the purpose of keeping the mattress clean from dirt and provides a more comfortable feel to the sleeper than if he or she were to simply lay on top of the mattress with no sheet. Which is similar to bed in a bag sets many times. Bed sheets should give your bed nothing less than an elegant, comfortable feeling, but just how do you shop for good quality bedding and is it as simple as the higher cost guaranteeing the best linen? Well, one of the most important things to look out for when shopping for bed sheets is the thread count.

But to keep it simple, once you make sure you’re happy with the design and price, only check out when you’ve confirmed a thread count that is comfortable with you. As a guide the cheaper sheets made of cotton, muslin other cotton blends typically have a thread count of 150. Not to be confused with california king sheets, which is quite common. There’s no rocket science involved in washing bed sheets but there is one important tip that you may want to consider so as to keep your bed linen in tip top condition. After the wash cycle is complete, run the sheets through an extra rinse cycle to remove any soap residue since this decreases their softness.

A winter just isn’t complete without warm flannel sheets. Most people exclusively use flannel sheets in the cold months, because they will become “sweaty” in hot ones. In addition, many manufacturers have begun to produce flannel comforters and blankets to match the patterns on the sheets. Finally, a silk or satin pair of sheets is considered the ultimate in luxury. They are silky soft and will keep you from sweating in the summer. You can literally slide into bed and if you have a satin or silk pillow case, lay your head in pure luxury. The only downside to satin and silk sheets is that they tend to slide off of the bed if not fitted properly.

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