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They are horrible cheap sheets and they do not cool you while you're sleeping. A waste of money
Sten
· May 9, 2020
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We ordered a queen, so not sure, but the queen size is a bit short for our 15 inch mattress, they are nice sheets though
AprilDB
· January 27, 2020
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I wouldn’t say cool but definitely dry. It takes a while for your body’s natural heat to warm up that spot on your bed but it does eventually happen. However not once have I woken up to sweat drenched sheets which is a big plus.
CB
· August 16, 2020
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No they are regular pillowcase style
Kristina taylor
· June 10, 2020
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It took about 6 days
Preston Malinowski
· May 27, 2020
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I don't know I know I love them though. Just got the mattress cover,pillow and getting the comforter. It's a whole new experience that's hard to explain. Truly a good night's sleep.
k.terry
· February 13, 2020
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Made in China
Preston Malinowski
· May 27, 2020
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I do not have any issues with discoloring or piling after I've washed mine yet
Robert Turner
· January 17, 2020
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Woven
k.terry
· February 13, 2020
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That I don't know but I wouldn't try it. Generally Fabrics that are moisture wicking or Cooling will lose their ability to do that and or melt on higher heat settings. I've had no issues drying them on low and they dry very quickly. Generally within 20 minutes they are dry.
Alex Samuel
· January 6, 2020