So once your Tencel sheets are washed and dried, you might immediately slip them over your bed. However, maybe you washed a back-up set you want to keep handy until it’s time to change your bed (which you should do at least once a week). How should you store a set of Tencel sheets, then?
Tencel sheets should be stored in a cool, dark place away from any sunlight that can fade their color. The storage area should also be dry and airy to keep stored Tencel sheets from smelling musty.
You may also want to store the Tencel sheets inside a breathable cotton bag if you live in an area prone to bugs and other pests. Plastic storage bags can encourage yellowing and trap any lingering moisture.
It’s always smart to keep at least one back-up sheet set to deal with any accidents. Remember, a set of sheets should include:
- A fitted sheet to slip over your mattress
- A flat sheet
- One to four pillowcases ( often have only one or two, while larger sizes come with more)
What Wears Down Sheets
When it comes to fabric damage, the main culprits are:
- Frequent use, especially if you toss and turn or have body hair stubble rubbing up against your sheets
- High temperatures
- Harsh chemicals
- UV rays
Wear and tear is unavoidable, but you can take steps to limit your sheets’ exposure to the other four factors.
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