Beautiful TERMOLINE sheet, 100% cotton, with a very nice design simple and elegant drawing of flowers.
This sheet is available for big beds sizes and two colors, blue or grey to choose from.
They are complete sets composed of: sheet top sheet + adjustable bed sheet and pillow cases.
DIFFERENCES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF DIFFERENT WINTER SHEET SETS
Flannel fabric has been used for hundreds of years to combat the cold is the most traditional and its results are more than proven. Woodcutters, or farmers, always wore flannel cloths in winter to protect themselves from low temperatures.
The fabric is a process of perching (hair or mechanical brushing) that extracts the ends of the fibers, giving the garment a softness as pleasant to the touch as a cotton cup, have a long li
Flannel sheets are the most familiar sheets, they are the ones of the whole life since they have been more years in the market, they are the most used in cold-middle climates and composition is more natural to be made the majority in 100% cotton, they must carry between 80% and 100% cotton to be considered a quality flannel sheets, the higher the cotton content, the better quality will have the sheet.
The cotton brings a great quality, that soft texture that will make you do not want to get rid of them and are very warm, avoid the cold bed effect so usual in winter. Also the best thing is that they have a great level of perspiration and are anti-allergic. They are easy to wash, take longer to dry and a little more wrinkle, but have a long life to be the most resistant to washing.
PYRENEAN OR POLAR THERMAL FABRIC SHEET SETS
The thermal, pyrenean or polar fabric is made with synthetic fibers, 100% polyester, perchándolo to lift filaments, is a very spongy and warmer fabric than the flannel, keeps the heat very well insulated from the cold and the outside humidity, in addition to having a thicker, not being a natural material, does not facilitate its perspiration so it is not highly recommended for people who tend to sweat.
Pirineo, thermal or plolar sheets with a soft feel, plush and very warm, are not so resistant and they spoil something more after each wash, losing smoothness and color in each wash. The advantage of not wearing cotton is that when it comes to drying it is that they do it very quickly which in winter is to be appreciated.
As a general rule it is a cheaper option for flannel sheets or coral sheets, but of inferior quality.
CORAL OR CORALINE SHEET SETS
Coraline sheets are the most common and most sold, their fabric is 100% polyester. They are of great calorific power, this fabric is of more thickness than the flannel and the touch is better than the thermal ones. A fabric is light, warm and easy to maintain, it is also used for blankets, pajamas, robes and winter clothes because of its resistance to washing and the warmth it offers.
Despite the thickness they have are quite light and also with a touch of great softness and manage to keep the heat protecting us from moisture and cold.
Washing and drying quite easily, this type of sheets neither shrinks in the washes nor loses the color, although they are more expensive than flannel and of better quality than the thermal ones.
If you are looking for sheets that will guarantee that you will not spend anything cold and that are very easy to wash, coral sheets will be an excellent choice.
MICROLINE OR SEDALINE SHEETS
They are the best of the winter sheets and the latest to join the market.
Manufactured with the latest technologies, made with a new extrafine silk fiber and technological polyamide that provides a microseda fabric, silky, light and the softest of the synthetic fibers, which implies the same advantages and disadvantages as the coraline with the only differs from slightly less thickness, more pleasant touch, more velvety, lighter, warmer and improve perspiration.
If you are looking for high calorific value, these are the best, with the warmth that these sheets give you will not need more heating in the bedroom, it is also a delight to feel their contact.
This type of sheets do not shrink with washes, maximum durability, easy drying, no pebbles.
Care of the thermal sheet sets:
This type of sheets should be washed before being used for the first time, this will prevent the fabric from making those uncomfortable pellets.
It is best to wash these garments separately because they can release pellets that are attached to other garments.
If dryers are used, they should be removed as soon as they are dry, excessive drying can cause wrinkles and premature fading.
If you look at the sheet against light and you can see through it means that it is not of great quality, the more thread passes, the ideal 30/27 passes on and density of 180 threads or more.
Never leave your clothes in the washing machine several hours after washing as they can fade and leave marks on clothing.