How to care for your new sheets..


Poly Cotton 50/50 Percale:

? Cold or warm water wash.

? Permanent Press dryer setting

? Darker colors should be washed separately. Adding 1 cup white vinegar to the wash will help eliminate dye bleeding.

? To minimize pilling, remove from dryer immediately after cycle ends, and avoid using fabric softener, or wearing oils or creams to bed.


100% Cotton T-250/T-300/T-400/T-600 and Bamboo Blends


? Cold water wash

? Line or Tumble Dry

? To minimize wrinkles, place on bed immediately after drying.

? To minimize or eliminate pilling, remove from dryer immediately after cycle ends, and avoid using fabric softener, or wearing oils or creams to bed.

? All cotton will shrink slightly the first time it is washed. Your sheets will appear slightly too large before washing.


100% Cotton Flannel


? Cold water wash

? Line or Tumble Dry

? Darker colors should be washed separately. Adding 1 cup white vinegar to wash will help eliminate dye bleeding.

? To minimize pilling, remove from dryer immediately after cycle ends, and avoid using fabric softener.

? All flannel will shrink the first time it is washed. Before laundering, your sheets should seem slightly too large.


Bridal Satin


? Cold water wash

? Line dry, or cool dryer setting

? Darker colors should be washed separately. Adding 1 cup white vinegar to wash will help eliminate dye bleeding.

? Do not let the fabric come into contact with undiluted detergent, fabric softener or other chemicals. Always pour detergent or fabric softener into water, not on fabric.  Strong chemicals, such as nail polish remover, paint thinner, etc, will destroy your satin sheets almost instantly.

? Rough surfaces will abrade your satin sheets and cause them to wear more quickly.

Washing Instructions