Wash your sheets as soon as they rock up to your pad, then every 7- 10 days after that.
Your TLC sheets are your BABEH…be gentle...that means gentle wash with either cold or warm water. If washing with warm water, please ensure the temperature is no higher than 45 degrees
Keep your TLC sheets separate from other fabric and linens. Avoid washing with any other items that have zippers, wires or buttons, as this can impact the fabric.
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Use regular washing powder. No bleach or fabric softeners or they’ll deteriorate quicker than a penguin in the desert.
Don’t be a piece of sheet, hang your sheets to dry like your mother does. The sun also kills bacteria - there’s your daily fun fact :). You can use a tumble dryer but go easy on the old girl – set it to low, which will avoid the package shrinking ;) – which is every man’s worst nightmare on a cold day. Set the iron on low folks but you probably won’t ever need to.
Store them away from direct sunlight. Think of Will Smith in the movie ‘I am Legend’ and do the opposite.
We recommend having a rotation of 2-3 sets of TLC sheet sets in the linen cupboard. One on the bed and two in the chamber – you won't want to make your bed and sleep in any other sheets EVER again.
Our sheets are built to last, and if you look after them, they will be in it for the long haul. However, a lack of washing can result in a build up of bacteria and other nasties, which will result in a deterioration of the bamboo/cotton fibres. Look after these beauties, and they'll look after you!
If you have any further questions, call us on 0488997063 or email us on email@example.com and we can give you a hand.
Ed & Billy
The Lad Collective