Tencel Sheets – How To Care For Them
Often people are worried about buying Tencel sheets because they are worried they may be difficult to maintain.
The question, do you love the rustic look or the pristine hotel look. Either way is easy with Tencel.
Super easy to wash, low heat, I prefer cool, gentle cycle. No special washing powder just go. Then in warmer months I love to air dry my sheets, as I can smell nature in them. In cooler months, tumble drying will the do the trick – but not too hot, delicate setting. If air drying is not possible, or the weather is not kind, then tumble drying is just easy.
For rustic lived in look take straight from the dryer and re-make the bed, or to achieve the hotel feel of perfection, a warm iron will do the trick. Tencel sheets are super easy to iron, unlike Linen. I washed my fitted sheet the other day, pulled it from the dryer and put straight on the bed and it looked great and smoothed out anyway.
The sheets and pillow cases just feel like silk, only much more affordable for such gorgeous luxury.
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Feels like heaven, soft and silky sheets: I can’t believe how comfortable these sheets are. The moment I put them on I could feel the difference, they stop you getting that hot and clammy feeling and feel really fresh. It's early days yet, but so far they seem amazingly comfortable.
Better than Westelm Tencel Sheets: Westelm, eat your heart out! The most silky soft sheets ever even after multiple washes. I have Tencel sheets from Westelm but these are better!!!
Amazing quality for a very reasonable price! Softer, cooler, better all around and significantly cheaper than a more expensive brand of bed sheets I previously owned. Definitely worth the money.
I think I finally found the softest smoothest sheets but time will tell! I am SUPER picky about my sheets and have spent sooooo much money going through so many different brands and materials- cotton, Egyptian cotton, microfiber, bamboo, polyester, flannel, etc. I previously ordered a tencel sheet set online from Macy’s, (on sale for $200). They went back to the store the same day they arrived as these are a much better price! The envelope pillowcases are a great touch too. Washing directions state delicate in cold water and dry on low heat. These seem a bit thin but I think that is normal for tencel so will see how they hold up and update review later if any issues. If these hold up I may be buying these for Christmas gifts.
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