bedding set. Sunday , July 23rd , 2017 - 10:40:59 AM
Read right on the front of the label on the packing, the manufacturer of bedding will tell you the tread count of the sheets. Tread count refers to the number of threads per square inch in both directions in the weave. The higher the thread count, the more luxurious the feel of a fabric. But thing to remember here, as a higher thread count usually means that the individual threads are thinner and may not wear as well. For good wear and to get the softest feel, we would suggest you to choose a thread count above two hundred and fifty but no lower than one hundred and seventy five. For those bed sheets you will sleep on every day, treat yourself. Choose the best you can according to your affordability.
Dorm Bedding bought in 'big box' stores is notorious for being cheap and flimsy and eventually just being disposable. Because so many styles are made and sold between big box stores and specialty retailers we think it is worth the time to go through what dorm linens can be washed and how ' whether in the dorms or at home.
Of all the choices available for dorm bedding you have the range of solid color poly filled comforters, plush/novelty fabric sets and on the luxury side down and down alternative bedding. Most of the fashion printed dorm bed in a bag sets you see in stores around July tend to be polyester filled and of an inferior design. The retailers expect the bedding to be perceived as 'disposable' and they can barely make it past the school year before pilling or shrinking with washings.
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