Maintains softness after regular washings. Construction of hems and seams holds up over time. Thin sheet reduces bulk and breathes well.
Some colors bleed in the wash.
Incredibly soft upon opening and after a few washes. Thin, silky feel reduces bed bulk. Still breathable and cool in hot weather.
Pilling is a problem after a few washes.
Retains softness even after washing. Fits deep mattresses. Thin material reduces bulk and wrinkles. Smooth, silky feel rivals much more expensive sets.
The hem on the pillows doesn't hold up to the same standard as the sheets.
A generous cut prevents difficulty fitting sheets yet elastic quality keeps them in place. Comes in split king. Maintains softness after several washings.
The colors aren't as consistent as some other sets.
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Microfiber sheets are a durable, inexpensive bedding option. The threads of microfiber sheets are thinner than cotton or linen, which gives the sheets their noticeably thinner appearance and lighter weight. However, the fine thread also creates a smooth, comfortable sheet. Microfiber can be made of either synthetic or natural materials like cellulose or wood pulp. Natural microfibers offer better breathability and temperature regulation than their synthetic counterparts. These sheets are easy to wash and care for, however, less expensive sets have been known to bleed in the wash. Overall, they’re a good choice if you like silky, smooth comfort at an affordable price.
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