Luxuriously soft and silky smooth, our 100% Bamboo Lyocell Pillowcase Sets are carefully weaved, cuffed, and finished with smart stitched piping.
- Includes two pillowcases of your chosen size.
- Side envelope closure for a neat and tidy look.
- Chemical free
100% Organic Bamboo Lyocell in 300 thread count, equals to 1000 cotton thread count. Oeko-Tex® certified.
Can I wash bamboo lyocell sheets in a washing machine?
Yes, of course! Our sheets are made for your everyday use, and they’re easy to care. Just make sure you use cold water setting at 30°C max, a gentle cycle or a high water level option if your machine has this feature. Remember to wash your sheets separately because zippers, hooks, rough fabric like denim, can cause pilling and excess abrasion.
What laundry detergent can I use?
A mild, liquid detergent works best. If you prefer powder detergent, make sure it has dissolved before adding your bamboo lyocell sheets to the wash. Fabric softener is not necessary with our sheets – they are already soft and will stay that way after washing.
Can I use a fabric brightener on my sheets?
We suggest not to use any fabric brightener or whitening detergent with harsh chemicals on your bamboo lyocell sheets. You can try a baking soda and vinegar mixture as a mild ‘bleach’. Start by adding 1/2 cup of baking soda to the wash cycle if machine washing, or at the same time that you add detergent if hand washing. Next, add 1/2 cup of white vinegar during the rinse cycle. These two ingredients help brighten white fabrics. However, it is important to add them during separate cycles and avoid combining them, as this causes a chemical reaction.
Please note this method could cause fading on dark colours so use it only with care on light colour or white sheets. You can test the solution first on a hidden area or the bamboo lyocell fabric bag your bedding comes in.
Are there natural solutions for cleaning my sheets?
You can incorporate natural solutions into your washing routine like baking soda and white vinegar mixture. Chemical-free soap nuts are another popular alternative to traditional detergent.