Threadmill Home Linen Supima ELS Cotton King Sheets

Last updated: September 22, 2023

Threadmill Home Linen Supima ELS Cotton King Sheets
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We looked at the top Bed Sheets and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Bed Sheets you should buy.

Overall Take

The sheets and pillowcases in this set feature 1,000-thread count sateen material built with long-staple cotton. For those concerned about the environment, this sheet set is a great option. Not only are the sheets manufactured in a solar- and wind-powered factory, but no plastic is used in their packaging. You'll receive them in a reusable cotton tote bag.

In our analysis of 81 expert reviews, the Threadmill Home Supima ELS Cotton King Sheets placed 10th when we looked at the top 22 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Slip into Luxury, exceptionally smooth and soft to the touch, the Opulence 1000-Thread Count Sateen sheet sets feature long staple cotton allowing you to relax into its cool comfort.

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Overview

Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial for maintaining both physical and mental health. Consistent, quality sleep has been linked to a reduction in risk for heart disease, diabetes, obesity, anxiety, cancer and much more.

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Let’s face it — you can’t achieve quality sleep without quality bed sheets. Comfortable sheets promote uninterrupted sleep patterns, getting you one step closer to all the great health benefits that come with sleep.

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There’s a number of important considerations to make before purchasing the perfect bed sheets for your needs. Options will depend on your budget and your personal preferences when it comes to style and material. Since there are so many sheet products on the market, it’s possible to find one that checks all the boxes on your list, though the search may be arduous.

Bright white sheets can make a bed look and feel extra cozy, promoting sound sleep. But spills are practically inevitable, so white or light-colored bed sheets need to be easy to clean. Most sheets are machine washable, but some materials, like silk, do require special care. It’s important to take fabric type into consideration when purchasing sheets.

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Most high-quality sheets are either made from Egyptian cotton, like the Pinzon 400-Thread Bed Sheet, or Pima cotton, like the sheets from Peru Pima. Both materials have long individual cotton fibers, giving them a luxurious and silky feel while maintaining strength. These materials are resistant to tears, frays, pills, wrinkles and fading, making them a long-lasting sheet choice.

Pima cotton is mostly grown in the U.S. while Egyptian cotton is typically grown in Egypt’s Nile River Valley. It can often be difficult to verify the integrity of sheets labeled “Egyptian cotton” or “Pima cotton,” since many manufacturers falsely make this claim on their products to encourage purchases, but you can always count on the label “long-staple cotton.”

The length of the cotton’s staple is the best way to determine whether or not a sheet is soft and comfortable. The longer the length, the softer the sheet. Egyptian and Pima cotton are both considered “extra-long-staple” sheets. Sheets labeled “long-staple,” though not quite as soft, are also comfortable sheet choices.

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Thread count is another term you see often when searching for sheets. The term refers to the number of horizontal and vertical threads per square inch. Sheets with higher thread counts tend to be softer and quality sheets tend to have thread counts between 200 and 800.

Higher thread counts may yield softer sheets, but they do hinder breathability. Those sensitive to heat when they sleep must do extra research to find a thread count that works for them, both in terms of texture and breathability. You may even want to switch your sheets to a lower thread count in the warmer months to help you stay cool at night, swapping them for warmer sheets in the winter.

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