Speaking of percale, some people may ask which is better percale or satin? Actually, it is just a matter of taste. Percale is a plain, matte weave that has a crisp, cool feel which are perfect for those who gets overheated when they sleep. Sateen is very soft, with a lustrous, smooth finish that’s almost like satin. You can try touching the fabrics and compare which one you would prefer to lay your backs on.
Getting home tired and stressed from work will surely need an ultimate relaxation. The best way to do that is to lie down on your bed while watching TV or maybe just chatting with your partner. But are your bed sheets that comfortable? Well, it has to be of absolute quality because we won’t stay there for just a few minutes. We would spend hours and days and weeks on that bed sheet. Hence, it has to be comfy and soft. But how can we make sure that we got the perfect bed linens? Well, there are a few things that you need to consider. And aside from comfort, you also have to see to it that it is beautiful and matched your interior really well. So, today, we are going to give you some tips on how to choose the perfect bed sheets for your bedroom and for you to experience utmost comfort while resting and sleeping.
You might have heard about what others say about thread count- the higher the thread count, the more comfortable the sheets. But some say that a higher thread count doesn’t necessarily mean that your sheets are soft because manufacturers can alter them by enhancing them with silicone softeners that disappear after the first wash. Comfortable sheets are those that are 100% cotton and not the 1000-thread count. Egyptian cottons, Pima cottons or combed cottons are good choices but if you want a more affordable option, polyester/percale blend is best
Well, no matter what kind of bed sheet you choose, it’s important to treat them well so that they will last for a long time. Using fabric softeners could eat away fabrics and it’s putting a coating of chemical that make your sheets softer but are actually damaging the fabric. Washing sheets in hot water and over drying them in high heat would cause the threads to break faster. If you want to extend the life of your sheets, always use lukewarm water and do not dry them on high heat.
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