Superior 1000 Thread Count Queen Bed Sheet Set

Last updated date: November 1, 2019

DWYM Score
8.0

Superior 1000 Thread Count Queen Bed Sheet Set

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Overall Take

In our analysis of 78 expert reviews, the Superior Superior 1000 Thread Count Queen Bed Sheet Set placed 7th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note August 19, 2020:
Checkout The Best Egyptian Cotton Sheet for a detailed review of all the top egyptian cotton sheets.

Expert Summarized Score
0.0
1 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
8.0
4,929 user reviews
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What experts liked
These sheets are compatible with thicker mattresses, which is fantastic if you have a deeper mattress for extra support and comfort.
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From The Manufacturer

***Impressions is now Superior brand*** AFFORDABLE LUXURY LINENS. Made from 100% Egyptian Cotton in a 1000 Thread Count Sateen weave, these sheets offer a smooth surface with an understated luster, and they pair well with both solid and patterned bedding. Coordinating duvet-and-sham sets, as well as extra pillowcase sets, are available to pair with these sheets, giving bedrooms a more complete, tailored look. The indulgently soft 1000 thread count 100% Genuine Egyptian Cotton provides simple luxury and lasting durability at an affordable price. HERITAGE. We have been manufacturing fine linens for over 40 years. We are experts in manufacturing high quality textiles and pride ourselves on only producing the finest products.

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Expert Reviews: 3

An Overview On Egyptian Cotton Sheets

Buying the right sheets for your sleep comfort can involve quite a bit of research and even more of an investment. Sheets are made from countless different materials these days. Some of these materials are so flimsy that you will be back in the store buying replacements within a few months after several washes. On the flip side, some materials offer durability for years through countless washes. Of course, you’ll have to expect a price difference, but you will never regret spending more on a set of good sheets. Some of the best sheets you can buy are Egyptian cotton sheets. Let’s take a look at the difference in materials and why Egyptian cotton stands atop the rest.

Cotton has always been the material that people look for when buying sheets, not only for the texture but for the longevity of the material. But even shopping cotton sheets doesn’t guarantee that you’ll get a long life out of the set. There are different types of cotton and cotton blends that give you different textures and weights. Below are a few differences explained between the cottons and cotton blends.

American cotton sheets are made from cotton that is grown and harvested in the United States. The cotton is harvested with machinery and therefore these types of sheets are usually a bit less expensive than Egyptian cotton. When buying sheets, American cotton sheets are typically labeled as Pima or Supima (trademark name) cotton sheets. If the label doesn’t specify and just says, 100% cotton sheets, they are most likely made from American grown cotton.

So, what makes Egyptian cotton the best? Egyptian cotton is hand-picked in the fields. Although it may not sound like a big deal, this cotton is not run through as many machines and therefore only the highest quality cotton is chosen to be used in the sheets. Although Egyptian cotton sheets are a little rougher to the touch than American cotton when new, they will soften over time. The beautiful thing about Egyptian cotton is that it gets better with each wash whereas most other cottons get thinner with each wash.

Our resident home expert, Vicki Liston, the writer and producer of the “On The Fly…DIY” show, says: “Egyptian cotton sheets have long held the reputation of being synonymous with superior quality and for very good reason. Their long, luxurious fibers are more durable, softer, and resist piling better than any other cotton type on the market.”

She goes on to justify the higher cost by explaining, “You spend roughly one-third of your life sleeping (or trying to) so having breathable, deliciously comfortable bedding gets you closer to a restful night’s sleep than the lower-quality cottons that pill after a few washings. Egyptian cotton then becomes a practicality and not an indulgence.”

Now when shopping for Egyptian cotton sheets, you’ll really want to pay attention to the thread count. The higher the thread count, the better the sheet. The typical rule of thumb is anything over 300 thread count will give you a “good” sheet. The THREAD SPREAD Egyptian Cotton Sheet Set, 4-Piece is a great product for a moderate budget and offers a huge range of colors and designs to choose from. An excellent, low-end, budget pleaser, is the Mayfair Linen 100% Egyptian Cotton Sheets. This set has deep pockets and a sateen weave for a soft-to-the-touch feel.

If budget is not an issue, the highest thread count sheet will last the longest. The Comfy Sheets Egyptian Cotton Sheet, 4-Piece has a 1000 thread count and is an excellent choice for top-of-the-line sheets. They are made to be shrink-, wrinkle- and fade-resistant so they’ll stay looking and feeling brand new for years. If that sheet set doesn’t appeal to you, look for a set with a sateen weave and 18-inch deep pockets, as this set is sure to accommodate all your wants and needs in a sheet set. These sets typically come in countless colors and offer four pieces, including two pillowcases, a fitted sheet, and a flat sheet.

There really is no comparison to Egyptian cotton sheets and the comfort they offer for a restful night’s sleep. Buying Egyptian cotton sheets is really a great investment and one that you will not regret splurging on, especially when they last a long while.

DWYM Fun Fact

Egyptian cotton stems from the 1800s when a French man, Jumel, presented his special cotton to Muhammad Ali who was head of state at the time in Egypt. Ali loved it and made Jumel the manager of the cotton plantations. He built up the crops and spread the cotton seeds all along the Nile. This placed Egypt in the textile trade and greatly boosted the economy.

When America stopped fighting their civil war, they started exporting their cotton to Europe. This crushed Egyptian Cotton trading that had been enjoying hefty profits for a good majority of the 1800s. They lost control of the crops in 1879 when France and England took Egypt as a colony. When Egypt regained independence from those countries, the crop was back in their possession and was still a top export for the country. The Egyptian Cotton has since remained costly but still offers superior quality in the trade of textiles.

The Egyptian Cotton Sheet Buying Guide

  • Take good care of your sheets and they’ll last for much longer. Using fabric softener and bleach products can be detrimental to Egyptian cotton so avoid those chemicals when cleaning your sheets.
  • Dryer balls will help your sheets to dry quicker and will keep any excess chemicals in the dryer from clinging to the sheets.
  • It is advised to use cold water to wash cotton sheets, but warm is also okay, just not hot water.
  • Always separate sheets from other household laundry to prevent tears and staining.
  • Removing and drying as soon as the washing machine finishes will help reduce wrinkles.
  • Air drying cotton is much better for the fibers to retain their strength than if you were to machine dry them.
  • With center-agitator washing machines, loosely bunch each sheet into a ball and place around the agitator. This will help prevent damage from the agitator.
  • Do not iron cotton sheets, the high heat will damage the fibers.