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BambooSilk Flat Sheet

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$1,200.00
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$1,200.00
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Color — Niseko Snow
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Say “goodbye” to hot flashes and night sweats and “hello” to your best sleep yet. BambooSilk bedding is lightweight, naturally breathable and temperature regulating, helping to prevent dry skin and ensure you sleep comfortably every night no matter which season. Crafted from 100% organic and sustainably sourced bamboo, you can rest easy knowing your bedding is vegan and eco-friendly, Oeko-tex certified free of any harmful chemicals and made from one of earth’s most efficient plants. 

 Size: Length 320cm / Width 270cm

More about flat sheet

Generally, a sheet is used to prevent the duvet cover from getting dirty and to reduce the frequency with which you need to wash it. Flat sheets are great for those who love a clean bed and don't like to wash the duvet covers frequently.

However, if you don't like removing the sheet and having to lift the mattress, you can use a flat sheet to prevent the sheet from getting dirty! Did you know that many hotels to this day still make their beds with flat sheets at the top and bottom, as it is easier to fold a flat sheet than a tight sheet and requires less lifting of the mattress.

 

What's inside

1x Flat sheet

How do I use a flat sheet?

The flat sheet, also known as the top sheet, was originally placed between the sleeping person and his blanket. Now that many of us use duvet covers, flat sheets are usually used to make your bedding more inviting. Think of it as an extra layer of warmth and softness when you sleep. It also prevents the blanket or bedspread from getting dirty. On warmer nights, the flat sheet can be used instead of a blanket. A smooth linen sheet will keep you cool in the summer, as your skin can breathe while keeping you comfortable in the winter. You do not need to know the exact size of a flat sheet at the time of purchase, as it is used separately and can be placed on the sides of the bed. Just make sure it is big enough for your bed.

How do I achieve a hotel look?

Check this link to see how you can achieve a hotel bed clean corner look  - the hospital corner. 

Certifications

Organic Bamboo grow without pesticides

OEKO-TEX® - Certified no harnful chemicals

Care Insturctions

To preserve their integrity, please keep these tips in mind as you wash your sheets:

●     Our bed linen is oversized to allow for shrinkage in the first few washes, so please don’t worry if your product is slightly large to start with.

●     Wash before use: our bed linen is not pre-washed. To account for shrinkage, we recommend that you wash your bed linen at 40°C for the first couple of washes, and at 30°C for subsequent washes.

●     Button duvet covers closed before washing. Bamboo fabric is very absorbent and therefore particularly heavy when wet. If not buttoned closed before washing, the weight will put strain on the duvet cover opening seams.

●     Cold or warm machine wash on a gentle cycle.

●     Use a non-biological detergent that does not contain optical brighteners, bleaching agents or enzymes. These may damage the fabric and cause it to pill. Note that some brands of non-biological detergents may contain optical brighteners.

●    Minimize the use of fabric conditioner/softener. Excessive use can reduce the absorbency and breathability of the fabric.

●     Line dry if possible. If necessary, finish off in a tumble dryer at a low to medium temperature. Do not over-dry and remove promptly.

●     Medium heat steam iron. If using a non-steam iron, use a lower temperature and iron while the fabric is slightly damp.

●     Do not bleach.

 

Stain Care

Vinegar Mixture
White vinegar is a highly effective stain remover that doesn’t damage bamboo and other organic fabric. Soak the stained area in a 1:4 vinegar to water mixture for a few minutes before adding your sheets to the washing machine.

Hydrogen Peroxide
Although it is used as a bleaching agent, hydrogen peroxide in low concentrations is actually a common antiseptic treatment and highly effective at removing blood stains from bamboo sheets.
Add a few drops to water and let your stains soak for no longer than a few minutes before moving to the washer.

Dish Detergent
Dishwashing liquid removes oil and grease from fabric as well as dishes. You can add a splash of dish soap to soak your sheets before washing or dab a fresh stain with dish soap on a clean cloth.
Once again, gentle is best. Dabbing a stain works the dishwashing soap into the fibres where rubbing can spread the stain.

Enzyme Stain Remover

Enzyme-based stain removers are affordable and effective. Apply the stain remover directly to the stain and let the sheet soak for up to 15 minutes.In that time, the natural enzymes will do their work to shift ingrained stains like blood and dirt.


Sodium Bicarbonate/Baking Soda
The humble sodium bicarbonate in your cupboard doubles as a stain remover for bamboo fabric sheets. Create a paste of water and sodium bicarbonate and apply before putting your sheets in the wash to let the salt lift your stains.

Shipping information

We do ship internationally.

For regular orders;

Hong Kong, Singapore: 2-3 business days

Rest of Asia and Oceania: 3-5 business days

UAE, Europe, North American: 7-15 business days

Please check our shipping policy for shipping cost.

Guarantees

Soft like Silk

Breathable

Thermal Regulated

Anti Bacterial

Certified chemical free

Doesn't Fade

Non-slippery

Strong and durable

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FAQs

What is the thread count of NakedLab's sheets?

Our sheets are 400 thread count bamboo, which is equivalent to around 1,400 thread count cotton. It’s important to note that thread count isn't the single most important factor to consider when selecting sheets and can often be misleading. The quality and weave of the fabric, and the way it feels to you, are most important!

What's the difference between NakedLab's bed sheets and other brands?

Our bamboo sheets are made of 100% organic bamboo, one of the most sustainable and softest textile materials available. Unlike cotton, bamboo is also a naturally renewable plant that has incredible benefits for humans and the environment.

Learn more about how bamboo compares to cotton here.

Is your bamboo organic?

Yes, we only use organic bamboo and our fabric is Oeko-tex certified. The OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is an independent testing and certification system that tests for harmful substances at all stages of textile production, including raw textile materials, during the production process and in the final product.

Learn more about our Oeko-tex certification here.

How are NakedLab's bamboo sheets made?

Our sheets are created using crushing organic bamboo pulp that is broken down with a natural enzyme to create a fibre that is spun into a yarn. We take pride in the fact that our sheets are also made in a closed-loop system, which conserves natural resources and diverse waste from landfills.

What is your return policy?

Returns are accepted within 7 days of your order delivery date. We only accept returns for change of mind on items that have not been opened, washed or used. These items must be in their original packaging with tags still attached and in a resaleable condition. You will be notified once your return has been received and processed.

Please allow at least one week from the time you return your order for your return or exchange to be processed. The customer is responsible for the cost of returning any goods to NakedLab and the goods are the customer's responsibility until they are sufficiently returned to our address. (This applies to ALL orders)

Check our return policy here.

The product that I want seemed to be out of stock!

We try our very best to make sure this does not happen, but due to popularity or seasonality, some products may not be as readily available. Please email or call us and we can add you to our waiting list so that you can be next in line to receive your favourite items!

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