We like to think we have addressed virtually every

question that one might have relative to bedding. We have

also attempted to make most of these articles more

informative rather than sales oriented.
As you may notice, some of our videos are older and shot

pre 4K monitors. We are in the process of re-shooting

them in higher resolution. However, the information these

articles and videos contain are still relevant.
These articles include frequently asked questions such

as: 

How to remove wrinkles from your bedsheets without an

iron.
   
To view our article and video that demonstrates how to

remove wrinkles in bedding without an iron, click

here or read below.
       
Water is a wrinkle release, which is why there is a

steam setting on irons.
       
       
To remove wrinkles from

bed

sheets
or duvet covers, all that is needed is a

spray bottle of water and a little bit of tension applied

to the fabric.
       
A fitted sheet, when placed over the mattress is already

under some degree of tension. Simply spray, spritz, or

mist the fitted sheets with your water bottle.
       
       
            With a flat sheet, place it on the bed, tuck

the foot. Then grab a corner of the flat sheet at the top

of the bed and gently pull on the fabric until it is a

little taunt. Then mist the sheet with the spray bottle

of water.
       
       
            With the pillowcases, stuff them with your

pillows. Then suspend the pillowcase by the cuff with one

hand and lightly spray both sides. Now hold the

pillowcase at the cuff with both hands, lightly shake the

pillowcase up and down. This will create tension on the

pillowcase.
       
       
            With a duvet cover, go to one corner, grab

the cover at the corner and lightly pull on the fabric to

apply tension to it, then spritz the top side, repeat on

the other three corners.
       
       
            Following these steps will make your entire

bed look as if it has just been ironed. The best part is

this process should take less than a minute to accomplish

and can be done mid-week when your bed may begin to look

a little frumpy. 
       
 
   
        How to make a luxurious bed like one you see in a

hotel.
   
       
            To view our full article on the different

elements used by hotels to give their beds and rooms a

light cozy and inviting look, read our article/video

found here.
       
       
            Decades ago, the Weston Hotel discovered that

bedding was an important attribute to a guest's

comfort while staying at their property. After all, why

do most people stay in a hotel? To sleep of course.
       
       
            Hotels also discovered that many enjoy a

simple, uncomplicated bed. So they began creating beds

that were uncluttered and clean looking.
       
       
            Most hotels that have embraced this concept

dress the bed as follows:
       
       
            White sheets, some may use bedsheets with a

little decoration such as embroidery on the duvet cover,

flat and solid sheets, pillowcases, and

shams.
       
       
            Hotels also discovered that traditional

bedspreads were heavy and difficult to clean and were not

cleaned frequently. 
       
       
            As a result, they embraced the use of down

comforters, as a down comforter is enjoyable.
       
 

   
        What is thread count?
   
   
     
            Thread count is a simple measurement. It is

the number of weft threads plus the number of warp

threads found in one square inch of fabric.
       
       
            To view our detailed article/video on thread

count and additional information on different grades of

cotton used in bed sheets click here or read

our overview below.
       
       
            Many assume that thread count is an indicator

of quality; it is not. This is why you may find 600

thread count sheets selling for $60 and some selling for

as high as $1,000. 
       
       
            A primary factor that determines the quality

of a sheet is the grade of cotton that is used.

Substandard grades of cotton are inexpensive by

comparison to high-quality grades such as Long-Staple

cotton or Extra-Long-Staple cotton.
       
       
            Although Egyptian cotton is considered to be

some of the finest cotton grown, there are also poor

grades of Egyptian cotton. 
       
       
            Because a garment or bedsheet is labeled,

Egyptian cotton doesn't mean it is. There is a lot of

deception in the market place, likely 90% of the sheets

and towels sold that are labeled Egyptian cotton are not.
       
   


   
        Are flat sheet necessary?
   
   
       
            To learn more about the benefits of using a

flat sheet or not using one, view our article on this

topic found here or read below.
       
       
            One advantage of using one is, a flat sheet

provides an extra layer of protection for your duvet

cover, coverlet, blanket, or other top of the bed items.
       
       
            Cleaning a flat sheet is far easier than the

aforementioned items.
       
       
            Some find that they get tangled up in a flat

sheet and will forgo using one. The downfall of not using

one is you will need to clean your duvet cover or

whatever you have on the top of your bed more frequently.
       
   

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