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That is a good description of these sheets. Though their title does not have the word percale, this is in the description, "This 300-thread-count percale is lightweight, . . . ". They have been "brushed" so they are a little bit less crisp, but they feel very good to me anyway (similar to how cotton sheets felt when I… see more That is a good description of these sheets. Though their title does not have the word percale, this is in the description, "This 300-thread-count percale is lightweight, . . . ". They have been "brushed" so they are a little bit less crisp, but they feel very good to me anyway (similar to how cotton sheets felt when I was growing up in the 1950s and 60s, rather than like the synthetic, mixed, or sateen sheets). They come out of the dryer wrinkled, so I use my hands and forearms to smooth them out, which works fairly well after they have been spread onto the mattress, as I make the bed. They are thicker than a lot of the sheets I see in the stores, many of which you can basically see through when placing a finger behind a single layer when in the package. I chose the dove grey ones which look nice on the bed. see less That is a good description of these sheets. Though their title does not have the word percale, this is in the description, "This 300-thread-count percale is lightweight, . . . ". They have been "brushed" so they are a little bit less crisp, but they feel very good to me anyway (similar to how cotton sheets felt when I was growing up in the 1950s and 60s, rather than like the synthetic, mixed, or sateen sheets). They come out of the dryer wrinkled, so I use my hands and forearms to smooth them out, which works fairly well after they have been spread onto the mattress, as I make the bed. They are thicker than a lot of the sheets I see in the stores, many of which you can basically see through when placing a finger behind a single layer when in the package. I chose the dove grey ones which look nice on the bed.
Dale F.
· March 4, 2018
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Updated answer: My previous answer was based on Dove Grey Cal King sheets, for which the fitted sheet barely fits my mattress. However, I also bought a set of Flint Blue Cal King sheets and the fitted sheet is plenty big enough. I expect they would fit a 16 inch mattress. I suggest you contact the company regarding fit… see more Updated answer: My previous answer was based on Dove Grey Cal King sheets, for which the fitted sheet barely fits my mattress. However, I also bought a set of Flint Blue Cal King sheets and the fitted sheet is plenty big enough. I expect they would fit a 16 inch mattress. I suggest you contact the company regarding fitted sheet size. BTW - I'm very happy with these sheets and I will buy from them again. Hope this helps. see less Updated answer: My previous answer was based on Dove Grey Cal King sheets, for which the fitted sheet barely fits my mattress. However, I also bought a set of Flint Blue Cal King sheets and the fitted sheet is plenty big enough. I expect they would fit a 16 inch mattress. I suggest you contact the company regarding fitted sheet size. BTW - I'm very happy with these sheets and I will buy from them again. Hope this helps.
C. BRESK
· December 25, 2017
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My washer doesn't get near as hot as I'd like, but if I could, I would wash them in very hot water. I used a small amount of bleach washing these also, and they came out just fine. 100% cotton percale is a pretty strong fabric.
Christine Chin
· February 22, 2018
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Abookmom
· January 4, 2018
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My WHITE sheets are white.
jannz
· February 14, 2018
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Gots label is sewn in edge of top sheet
reluctant exerciser
· December 26, 2017
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Pinzon, the manufacturer, is an Amazon company. The tag sewn in the sheets says GOTS certified 100% organic cotton. If you have any issues just contact Amazon as they own the manufacturer.
MT
· July 25, 2018
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Probably, but it will be tight. I would definitely not order any sheets that don't specify "deep pocket" if you have a 16" mattress.
NP
· October 1, 2018
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For a full-sized bed, the top flat sheet is much larger than a normal full-sized sheet. Don't know exact dimensions, but it's plenty large enough for a queen size mattress. I wouldn't buy this brand again, even though the cotton fabric is nice. It wrinkles terribly and I don't like the wide elastic on the fitted she… see more For a full-sized bed, the top flat sheet is much larger than a normal full-sized sheet. Don't know exact dimensions, but it's plenty large enough for a queen size mattress. I wouldn't buy this brand again, even though the cotton fabric is nice. It wrinkles terribly and I don't like the wide elastic on the fitted sheet (and it's not encased as the brands I grew up with...Fieldcrest and Cannon). see less For a full-sized bed, the top flat sheet is much larger than a normal full-sized sheet. Don't know exact dimensions, but it's plenty large enough for a queen size mattress. I wouldn't buy this brand again, even though the cotton fabric is nice. It wrinkles terribly and I don't like the wide elastic on the fitted sheet (and it's not encased as the brands I grew up with...Fieldcrest and Cannon).
Bamako
· August 10, 2018
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Eastern king-size bedding and regular king-size bedding fit the same size mattress, which simply touts the name "king," "standard king," or "eastern king" mattress. A king -- or standard or eastern king -- mattress is 76 inches wide by 80 inches long. A fitted king-size sheet may measure slightly larger than the mattre… see more Eastern king-size bedding and regular king-size bedding fit the same size mattress, which simply touts the name "king," "standard king," or "eastern king" mattress. A king -- or standard or eastern king -- mattress is 76 inches wide by 80 inches long. A fitted king-size sheet may measure slightly larger than the mattress -- about 78 by 80 inches -- so that you can put it on without much tugging and pulling or to allow for shrinkage. The California king -- or Cal king -- mattress is narrower but longer, measuring 72 by 84 inches. (from Google) see less Eastern king-size bedding and regular king-size bedding fit the same size mattress, which simply touts the name "king," "standard king," or "eastern king" mattress. A king -- or standard or eastern king -- mattress is 76 inches wide by 80 inches long. A fitted king-size sheet may measure slightly larger than the mattress -- about 78 by 80 inches -- so that you can put it on without much tugging and pulling or to allow for shrinkage. The California king -- or Cal king -- mattress is narrower but longer, measuring 72 by 84 inches. (from Google)
reluctant exerciser
· May 1, 2018