19Momme 3Pcs Silk Set Fitted Sheet+2x Pillowcases
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Size Guide/Set Contain:
|Size||Pillowcase Size||Fitted Sheet Size|
|US Twin||US Standard(51x66cm/20"x26")||US Twin(99x190+40cm/39"x75"+16")|
|US Full||US Standard(51x66cm/20"x26")||US Full(137x190+40cm/54"x75"+16")|
|US Queen||US Queen(51x76cm/20"x30")||US Queen(153x203+40cm/60"x80"+16")|
|US King||US King(51x91cm/20"x36")||US King(198x203+40cm/78"x80"+16")|
|US Cal.King||US King(51x91cm/20"x36")||US CalKing(182x213+40cm/72"x84"+16")|
- Machine-washable in lukewarm water (30°C) on the most gentle cycle available.
- Minimize spin time.
- Hang dry if possible.
- Tumble dry on a cool setting if using drying machine. Avoid drying for extended period of time.
- Iron when slightly damp using a cool setting. Always iron on the nside.
- Use neutral or special detergent for silk.
- Keep out of touch of pets/sharp objects.
Pull out a few threads from the side of the cloth and light them up. As they’re burning, watch closely to see if:The threads will crumple and smell like burning hair - this is a clear sign of authentic, natural silk. After they burn down, you should get a bunch of ashes, which are easily scattered,there is no smell of burnt plastic. If there is, then you’re dealing with synthetic silk. Also, if there’s black smoke coming from the fire and the threads are still smoldering after you put them out, then it’s artificial silk for sure.However, this is a skill you will never have to use when ordering from SILKSILKY since we offer our clients only 100% pure mulberry silk. Learn More...
Love them, love them. The softness...the coolness. They are lightweight and somehow refreshing, maybe a mental thing. I tell myself there are wonderful silk sheets waiting for me and I am never disappointed, even though I usually get to bed later than I planned....always....damnit. The pillowcases are slippery against each other and wrestling them can be a nuisance but once their lined up.... Arrived on-time and as expected and highly recommended...If you can afford them. Satin is close and recommended if you can't pay almost 4 hundred bucks for bedsheets.
I've had these a few weeks and wanted to wait to review until I had more experience with them. They were a big splurge for me and with going through menopause I was willing to try anything to feel cooler and have better sleep. I previously bought silk pillowcases from another company and enjoyed using them for better skin and hair care and loved the results.
For this Silk Sheet Set:
Service was exceptional- received it sooner than expected, questions answered promptly by company, etc.
Quality is very good- sewn well, no hanging threads or defects whatsoever, luxurious feeling!
The feel is very soft, cool, silky, albeit slippery. I really love the feel, so comfortable that I am excited to go to bed and don't want to get out in the morning. But to be honest, I still get hot and sweaty and find myself kicking off the covers middle of the night. So I changed it up and I am just using the bottom sheet for now, with a cotton duvet cover over my comforter and that feels a little cooler. Full disclosure: I live in Hawaii where it is warm and humid year round and I don't have A/C.
It took some getting used to these sheets due to them being slippery. The first night my pillow slipped off the bed during my tossing and turning and knocked down my water on my night stand, then another day my pillow slipped and knocked off my lamp! Fortunately it didn't break or fall on my sleeping dog next to my bed. ;)
Obviously I need to move things a little, but they are so slippery that even the top sheet and comforter fell to bottom of bed on floor and husband and I wake up trying to pull up the sheets but they were on the floor! Minor but just information to share.
I washed 3 times now in machine on "handwash" setting with Woolite. Hung on line to dry and they dry very fast then back on the bed- don't even want to rotate them with my cotton sheets because I love these! A little wrinkly but they smooth out on bed. I don't iron sheets and especially silk sheets due to fear of easily burning silk- my expensive investment. Overall, I highly recommend but if you're not sure, start will pillowcases or a bottom fitted sheet. Those are my favorite to use.
Invest in sheet stays/straps. Sheets come off rather easy. But great regardless