Posted: March 24, 2020Categories: Blog
As the situation in Australia is worsening with rise of number of people due to coronavirus cases, people are frantically doing all they can to protect themselves.
Expert said it's important to remember your bedding and towels can be a hotbed for germs, especially if they're used by more than one person.
Therefore, it's necessary you wash your bedding more than you usually would and take extra steps to stop bacteria from multiplying.
Most viruses won’t survive in temperatures over 50C, so you could opt for this setting items that are particularly germ ridden and washed less often, like tea towels, bedding, bath towels, gloves, scarves, and children’s clothing.
However, if you’re conce
Posted: July 30, 2018Categories: Blog
Allergy free Night Sleeps.
If you are red-eyed and sniffly and overall miserable, take comfort that you are not alone. We love spring… but not the accompanying allergies. Combat the season by turning your bedroom into an allergen-free sanctuary. How to allergy proof your bedroom?
Outfit your bed in the purest materials.
The best way to get rid of bed allergies? Make sure you are sleeping in the purest materials possible. Our sheets are made of the finest organic cotton—made without formaldehyde or other skin-irritation.
Style & Co 250 Thread count Certified Organic Sheet set
Sateen VS Percale Sheets Buying Guide
We’ve done hundreds of hours of research and slept on dozens of different sheets. To figure out just what makes a great set stand out from the rest. Let's discuss about Sateen VS Percale fabric.This guide will help you walk away with a winner.
The first step is to figure out what texture of fabric you. How warm or cool you want to feel when sliding into bed. Most people, should have at least one or two sets of cotton percale or sateen sheets for year-round use, but you may want to invest in flannel or linen sets depending on how cold or warm your room gets seasonally. (or mix and match different types of sheets for extra comfort).