Things To Keep In Mind When You Buy Sheets On Sale

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Sheets On Sale For Your Mattress

There are many things that make the bed you are sleeping on comfortable, and good bed sheets are one of them. The sheets are the part of the bed linen that directly touch our skin, making them just as important, if not more, than a cozy pillow and a quality mattress.

But how do you make sure that the bed sheets you select will be comfortable and will give you a good night’s sleep? Whenever you come across some sheets on sale , look out for the following:

Material:

One of the most common fabrics used in bed sheets is cotton, and there is a very good reason for this. Cotton traps heat in winter and allows cool air to pass through in warmer weather, making it suitable for all kinds of weather. But not all cotton is alike, so you need to be careful to select the best possible blend. In general, you should try to look for the terms Sea Island, Pima and Egyptian cotton on the packaging as these are considered some of the best blends. Manufacturers are allowed to label their material as Egyptian cotton, for example, even when it may not be 100 percent pure. You, therefore, need to make sure that you buy from a reputable supplier.

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Thread Count:

Thread count is a much-hyped term, and it is generally believed that a higher thread count means a softer bed sheet. This is not always true. If you select a blend that is softer in nature, for example, Egyptian cotton, this will feel softer even if the thread count is lower than that of a sheet made of a poorer quality blend. In addition, you need to keep in mind that there is a limit to how high the thread count you select should go. In general, any thread counts more than 400 or 450 will end up being stiff due to numerous fibers being jammed together – so don’t let the marketing hype fool you.

Weave:

The kind of weave you choose may give you a crispier or softer bed sheet. Percale, for example, will give you a rougher bed sheet as compared to sateen which will be silkier. One of them is not necessarily better than the other. You may even opt for a jersey knit, which will give you a bed sheet feeling like a T-shirt. The sheet will be softer, more stretchy and definitely more comfortable, but you may find that it is more slippery. Flannel sheets, on the other hand, will keep you warm and toasty in cold weather. The weave you choose depends entirely on your personal preference.

Fit:

You need to make sure that the sheet you select is the right size for your mattress, as it is not very easy to get a good idea of size of the sheet for your mattress from the sheets on sale. A sheet that is too small will not cover the mattress adequately, whereas a sheet that is too large will create uncomfortable creases.