Sunday, July 20, 2008

Target Organic Cotton Bed Sheets?


Okay, so bedsheets aren't really cleaning products, but I'm enjoying these new sheets so much I had to mention them. I'm really surprised too. I typically buy pretty expensive organic sheets because I have chronic problems sleeping and I try to make my bed as comfortable as possible. When I spotted a set of organic cotton 250-thread count (non sateen) bedsheets at Target, next to the also promising bamboo sheets, I nabbed a set. I figured at $49.99 a set I wouldn't feel awful about it if they didn't work out longterm, unlike the sets that are $75 for just the flat sheet.

Well, after my first set of these in a dark cocoa color I made a special trip back to get a second, robin's egg blue set. I washed them and that put them on the bed last night. I wanted to roll in them they feel so nice and soft. My closest Target seems to be making a big effort to stock more eco-friendly products. They have a whole green cleaning isle!

Anyway, highly recommended! (I like them better than my gaiam sheets.)

6 comments:

chichimama said...

Do they wrinkle a lot? I have been eyeing them, but worried about the wrinkle factor as the last set of target sheets I bought needs to be ironed as soon as they come out of the drier...

lisbet said...

I feel like they don't wrinkle remotely as much as my previous target bedsheets. My bamboo ones from a few years ago are wrinkle messes. These seem better. I'll have to pay attention to that in the upcoming weeks though.

sasha said...

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Jayme Wilson said...

Nice post, Cotton bed sheets are been preferred over other fabrics in most of the cases. We might try to work a reference to this one into a blog post about australian bed linen later next week.

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