Victoria Collection Queen White Cotton Sateen 1000TC Sheet Set
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- Extraordinarily soft, supple 1000-thread-count sheet set in white for Queen beds
- Includes flat sheet, fitted sheet, and two Standard pillowcases
- Oversized flat sheet measures 90 by 102 inches; fitted sheet with 15-inch pockets for 18-inch thick mattresses
- 100 percent cotton will only get softer with each washing
- Machine wash and dry gentle
Top Customer Reviews
Overall- they are a good deal for high thread count sheets at their current price. Full price, I would think twice.
The sheet did smell funny when I first opened the package. But it smells great after first washing with Tide Cold Water(blue bottle), Downy and Bounty.
The only thing I do not like is the sheet is wrinkled when I take it out of the dryer. It is not that bad, but worse than my 450 count Egyption cotton sateen sheet from LNT.
I think it is a great deal at current price, especially since it costs only $15 more than the 450 count sheet I have.
otherwise, it's fairly high quality and thick.
so, it will last me forever, i'm afraid...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very soft and very durable, after numerous washes and it keeps it's softness so I expect to have this for a long time.Published on July 22, 2010 by S. Osornio
It was my 1st 1000tc sheets. I have washed it numerous times to get the "soft feel" but feels rougher than my 400tc sheets. It wrinkles out from the dryer. Read morePublished on April 7, 2006 by S. Ng
These sheets will last forEVER! They are very thick. Very nice. Can feel the quality. I did iron the pillowcases. Did wrinkle a bit.Published on March 20, 2006 by Kimberly Banta
Sheets feel great and are very soft, although they are quite wrinkled coming out of the dryer. Would definitely recommend.Published on March 13, 2006 by Diane E. Donahue
The sheets fit perfectly. Washed twice and came out of the dryer wrinkled both times. White matches anything and they are just white not really shimmery. Read morePublished on February 20, 2006 by A. Montenegro