Why Bamboo Sheets Are Better

August 20, 2013

Recently we talked about that bamboo drawer organizer, and I alluded to the fact that I had more to say on the matter of bamboo as a material.

If I told you a set of sheets had changed my life, chances are you wouldn’t believe me. And if I followed that up with a “No, really, they have,” you probably still wouldn’t. But lets just, for the sake of things you know, elaborate.

I am a hot sleeper. I always have been. Hot as in extremely sexy, and also as in if anyone actually took the time to wake me up in the middle of the night to shove a thermometer under my tongue, they would find I was sporting an alarmingly high fever.

This has presented a number of dilemmas over the years, the most notable being that individuals who reside under the same roof as you don’t appreciate when you have the windows wide open in the dead of winter on a below freezing night. And even then, you’re still the hottest you’ve ever been (besides the night before).

I’ve tried altering blankets, thinking that opting for a lightweight coverlet over a down quilt would certainly remedy the situation. Fever. I desperately blast the AC in the summer, turn off any and all traces of heat in the winter. Blistering fever. I blast the AC, sleep under a paper thin blanket, and point a fan on its highest power setting pointed directly at my sleeping body and still a fire red hot fever, and a sore throat upon waking (do fans have the same effect on anyone else? Must have something to do with the dryness of the air).

A number of months ago I did a little Google-ing a la the “cures for dangerously hot sleepers” query. Upon doing so, I found the bamboo. Review after review claimed that bamboo sheets were the best thing since self-tanners: touted as being softer than Egyptian cotton, far, far more breathable, with anti-microbial properties, and, most importantly, able to regulate body temperature by way of moisture wicking, which vastly reduces the humidity in between the sheets that causes one to become extremely hot or cold. Sold.

And then on some holiday some lovely kind-hearted person gifted me my very own set of bamboo sheets.

Here is how the past six months have gone:

Bamboo sheets every night.

They get washed, then immediately put back on the bed.

The other linens I own have all but ceased to be utilized. Ever since bamboo acquisition, they’ve been sitting neglected in the closet all forlorn and heat-trapping. Having discovered the glory of bamboo sheets I just can’t go back. These are magical fibers I tell you.

On the few occasions I have had to revert to the cotton sheets (because the bamboo weren’t dry in time for bed) I have had markedly uncomfortable sleep. Each time. In comparison to the bamboo sheets, they seem to literally conduct heat.

For anyone reading who gets overheated at night or excessively chilled, who routinely sweats the bed, who prefers soft fabrics to sucky ones, you must buy yourself a set of set (a few options for solid colors: bamboo sheets by Egyptian Bedding, Bamboo 300 Thread Count Sheet by Kassatex Fine Linens, BambooWeave Sheets by VivaTerra, and for a bit of pattern: Casablanca Bamboo Bedding, and for wee babes: Cloud Bamboo Crib Sheet)

The moral of this story is that 1. I can’t vouch for these zealously enough, and 2. It appears it’s really time to for me to buy another set or two.

Kaboom.

Image credits: 1. unknown, La Tavola Linen, 2. Oly Studio via MASHDecorology

 

47 Comments

  1. Catherine on August 20, 2013 at 2:45 am

    Oh my gosh! Thank you for this! I turn into a space heater at night, and I had no idea there was anything I could do to improve the situation. Bamboo sheets are definitely going on my wish list. Hooray!

    • livesimplybyannie on August 25, 2013 at 2:42 pm

      Get these in your life, pronto. I’m telling you.

  2. Nicki on August 20, 2013 at 10:16 am

    Do have to wash them every day?

  3. ashley on August 23, 2013 at 1:22 pm

    Ooh yes! My husband is a FURNACE at night. Putting these on the wishlist immediately 🙂

  4. Ann Claire on August 1, 2014 at 7:26 am

    You have spoken truth my friend. I have recently learned about these sheets from a friend. When I spied them on sale I bought them. I will NEVER buy anything the else again! I feel like Linus waiting for the dryer to stop! Are there more bedding products done in this fabric? Thank you for your post.

    • Annie on August 2, 2014 at 3:12 pm

      So happy to hear you’re also a bamboo convert! Not sure about other bedding options. If you locate any, please let me know!

  5. Carolyn Emole on August 9, 2014 at 11:23 pm

    Which brand are your sheets? I’ve been searching and can’t find any locally, so I’m relying on peoples opinions online. Thanks!

  6. Gerri on September 4, 2014 at 11:14 am

    We have bamboo sheets for about 2years now I love them! The only thing is they get brown easily we have white ones and washed them they still have a dingy dirty color like it’s now stained how do you wash them? I’m thinking of getting darker colors

    • Yvonne on June 8, 2015 at 10:34 am

      I recently bought bamboo sheets when I bought a new bed. I love the feel and can’t imagine ever using a different sheet. I also have concerns about the dingy look. The package says wash in cold water. Sometimes manufacturers prefer to err on the safe side so I’m wondering if I should try a warm-water wash. But they were expensive so I’m still hesitating.

      • Annie on June 12, 2015 at 8:06 am

        Yes! So glad to hear you’ve discovered bamboo! I washed mine in warm water and had no issues.

      • Rebecca Johnson on January 25, 2017 at 8:12 pm

        Hi,
        I’ve grown up in the laundry and dry cleaning world… continue to hesitate on the warm water. Though the sheets might be o.k. for a bit with warm water… save using warm or hot water for issues concerning bugs or sanitation. Warm water can and will break down the bamboo fibers… which, over time, can & will cause pill, rips and even a rougher feel. A little Oxy can help prevent dinginess. Also, if your sheets have even a small amount of cotton in the fiber blend (even as small as 30%) this can also help… because cotton generally releases dirt a bit easier than other fibers. In other words… a Bamboo Rayon/Cotton blend will usually come out looking cleaner than if the product is simply Bamboo Rayon. This doesn’t mean… do not get 100% Bamboo Rayon, but maybe if the product is 100% Bamboo Rayon.. purchase darker colors and get a Bamboo Rayon/Cotton blend if buying whites or other lighter colors. I hope that this helps.

  7. Diane on November 26, 2014 at 7:27 am

    Are they 100 % bamboo?

  8. Danielle on December 19, 2014 at 4:44 pm

    We sell all kinds of luxury bedding in our store, and let me tell you, bamboo sheets are definitely the most popular! It takes a while to convince people to buy them, but once they do, they are converts and never want to go back to cotton! Everyone who works here all buy bamboo sheets over some of the more expensive options! So we are not surprised you love them! The brand we carry is by Home Source and they are amazing! Definitely recommend trying them out! (plus they have some really fun colors!) http://www.scandiadownmn.com

  9. Bamboo Bed Sheets on December 23, 2014 at 9:52 pm

    Bamboo Bed sheets have soft fabrics rather than others.

  10. Abby on May 13, 2015 at 2:24 pm

    I agree and it took sometime to actual go forward and buy bamboo sheets, I also found the best prices on these: http://www.wholesalebeddings.com/super-soft-100-viscose-from-bamboo-sheet-sets/
    be sure to use the coupon code they have to right of the site…..it will get you 20% off

  11. leah mckenzie on September 30, 2015 at 7:42 pm

    I bought bamboo sheets on ebay and at a great price, pretty colors and even for twin. I just bought 3 sets for my brothers family for Christmas! cant wait until they try them.

  12. Ginny on October 13, 2015 at 1:02 pm

    I have been using bamboo sheets for about two years and have hardly ever used my cotton ones since. Mine are ivory and still look pretty good. I ordered a new set today, a bit darker, a deep beige. Does anyone know of a good place to get standard pillowcases sold in pairs without the sheets?

  13. Carol on November 24, 2015 at 10:03 pm

    I like the “cool” feeling I get from cotton sheets. Do bamboo sheets give you the same feeling?

    • Annie on January 2, 2016 at 7:01 pm

      Yes, I would say they do!

  14. […] second reason is a bit more subjective: If you tend to run hot at night, many people that use bamboo sheets claim that bamboo keeps them cooler and dry at night. If breathability is important to you, or if you tend to live in more humid climates, this might be […]

  15. Amanda Tuck on January 29, 2016 at 6:00 am

    I just want to say that washing and drying on warm or hot can cause natural fibers like bamboo or cotton to eventually break down even if you haven’t previously had problems in the past. I know a lot of people believe that higher tempatures need to be used to kill bacteria and so they use it even when cold wash and drying is recommended but over time higher temps can cause micro damage to the ends of even very long fibers that can eventually cause roughness, pilling, holes and the like. Unfortunately there’s really no guaranteed way to know which sheets will hold up the best to warmer temps because people often have vastly different experiences even with the same brand. Also, from what I understand using natural or organic detergents is strongly recommended with bamboo linens to keep the quality of the material. I’m a bit of a textile nerd and have until recently resisted bamboo but I’m coming to prefer it to cotton as I’m a hot sleeper with skin that seems overly sensitive to texture.

  16. Ben on February 23, 2016 at 9:35 am

    Hi Annie, you are right bamboo sheets are the best, my wife and I have been sleeping on them for a year now, a solid purchase.

  17. Darlene Holcomb on March 5, 2016 at 11:07 am

    I am getting the feeling that you would need to wash the bamboo sheets every day? How often do you have to wash them?

  18. Nicole on March 13, 2016 at 2:30 pm

    Thank you for this article. I’m a cold sleeper who becomes a hot sleeper over the course of the night. It’s a matter of temperature regulation. We need breathe-able sheets because we already have enough troubles without sleeping in the equivalent of a nylon bag. I was debating whether to get bamboo sheets, and now I’m convinced. I think the fact that it’s a bit antimicrobial also helps since your body reacts to pathogens by heating up.

  19. Skylar on May 31, 2016 at 2:52 pm

    Thanks the for article! I have a quick question: Do you or anyone here know if there’s a difference between bamboo sheets from Cozy Earth versus Cariloha? There’s a big difference in price and I’m seriously debating making the plunge.

    Thanks!
    Skylar

  20. Skylar on May 31, 2016 at 2:52 pm

    Thanks the for article! I have a quick question: Do you or anyone here know if there’s a difference between bamboo sheets from Cozy Earth versus Cariloha? There’s a big difference in price and I’m seriously debating making the plunge.

    Thanks!
    Skylar

  21. Justin Collum on June 1, 2016 at 4:31 pm

    Is Rayon from Bamboo the same as Bamboo? It’s confusing.

  22. Robin on June 8, 2016 at 8:56 am

    I just purchased a set of bamboo sheets from PureCare.com and they are the most amazing sheets I have ever slept on! A bonus is the pillow cases have extra material on the inside to keep your pillow from falling out, (they call it enveloping pillow case) really cool feature.

  23. Rachyl on June 10, 2016 at 7:16 pm

    Hey Annie! I really enjoyed your post. I have a rare genetic condition that (among many other things) causes my body to be unable to regulate its temperature…so I get “inappropriately” hot or cold. I found your post while looking for options to the standard high thread count cotton sheets, wondering if there were any sheets that “wicked” rather than held moisture similar to what we find in modern outdoor clothing. I was extremely intrigued by your post! And encouraged that maybe something exists that will help. However, my husband and I actually tried bamboo sheets probably 8 or 10 years ago…initially we LOVED them. They were so much softer than cotton. However, they pilled SO BADLY that they were unusable in one washing! Now, I seem to remember that these were a bamboo knit jersey rather than woven but we had to return them because they were so awfully pilled and that ruined the softness. Do you use knit or woven bamboo sheets? Do they pill badly? I’d love, love, LOVE to be able to switch but I’ve been gun-shy ever since being concerned that they won’t last like before. Have you ever experienced this or do your sheets last pretty well? Thanks in advance!!

  24. Lisa on July 11, 2016 at 10:55 am

    Do the sheets need to be 100% bamboo? I’m finding other materials included and I want to be sure I get the right sheets

  25. Don on March 9, 2017 at 8:12 am

    The 6 Piece Set is usually $18-20 at most Flea Markets.

  26. Dekor Tips on March 26, 2017 at 8:39 am

    After discovering bamboo sheets, you will never go back to cotton bed sheets.

  27. josie on September 5, 2017 at 1:55 pm

    What brand do you suggest?

  28. […] The idea of using bamboo to make bed sheets is still a new one. It is unknown to quite a number of people. To those of us who have used them, they are as amazing as they come. You will not regret it. Do not mistake this to mean that they do not come with their fair share of drawbacks. […]

  29. Ella Woods on December 19, 2017 at 8:41 pm

    How to Caring for Bamboo Sheets?

  30. Saucony Cohesion 9 Womens on April 3, 2018 at 5:47 am

    Much obliged to you for this article. I’m a cool sleeper who turns into a hot sleeper through the span of the night. It’s a matter of temperature control. We require inhale capable sheets since we as of now have enough inconveniences without dozing in what might as well be called a nylon pack. I was debating whether to get bamboo sheets, and now I’m persuaded. I think the way that it’s somewhat antimicrobial likewise helps since your body responds to pathogens by warming up.

  31. […] The idea of using bamboo to make bed sheets is still a new one. It is unknown to quite a number of people. To those of us who have used them, they are as amazing as they come. You will not regret it. Do not mistake this to mean that they do not come with their fair share of drawbacks. […]

  32. Golden Condor on May 11, 2018 at 5:14 am

    Much obliged the for article! I have a speedy inquiry: Do you or anybody here know whether there’s a distinction between bamboo sheets from Cozy Earth versus Carrillo? There’s a major distinction in cost and I’m truly debating making the dive.

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  34. Maaz on May 23, 2018 at 12:18 pm

    Great article and is much appreciated

  35. Justin L. Roy on July 1, 2018 at 11:12 am

    I think that my wife bought some mattresses for the kids and my youngest sweats a lot while sleeping… We live in Louisiana and the summers are hot, so I’ll surprise her and pick some of these up for the beds. I hope for sweatless nights!

  36. best ryka cross training shoes on December 17, 2018 at 4:53 am

    Bamboo bed sheets also reduce allergies because they reduce the amount of moisture in your bed which discourages one of the primary triggers of allergies, dust mites, from living in your bed. These advantages are fantastic if you have children since they are more sensitive to allergies and diseases than adults.Sep 28, 2017.
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  37. instarect on December 18, 2018 at 9:39 pm

    sheets also reduce allergies because they reduce the amount of moisture in your bed which discourages one of the primary triggers of allergies, dust mites, from living in your bed. These advantages are fantastic if you have children since they are more sensitive to allergies and diseases than adults.

  38. Alpha Rise on December 24, 2018 at 12:11 am

    Bamboo is grown on land that is not considered suitable for other applications, including forestry.
    Alpha Rise

  39. focace on January 31, 2019 at 10:13 pm

    I wash my sheets every week with organic soap, vaccum the mattress regularly.

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47 Comments

  1. Catherine on August 20, 2013 at 2:45 am

    Oh my gosh! Thank you for this! I turn into a space heater at night, and I had no idea there was anything I could do to improve the situation. Bamboo sheets are definitely going on my wish list. Hooray!

    • livesimplybyannie on August 25, 2013 at 2:42 pm

      Get these in your life, pronto. I’m telling you.

  2. Nicki on August 20, 2013 at 10:16 am

    Do have to wash them every day?

  3. ashley on August 23, 2013 at 1:22 pm

    Ooh yes! My husband is a FURNACE at night. Putting these on the wishlist immediately 🙂

  4. Ann Claire on August 1, 2014 at 7:26 am

    You have spoken truth my friend. I have recently learned about these sheets from a friend. When I spied them on sale I bought them. I will NEVER buy anything the else again! I feel like Linus waiting for the dryer to stop! Are there more bedding products done in this fabric? Thank you for your post.

    • Annie on August 2, 2014 at 3:12 pm

      So happy to hear you’re also a bamboo convert! Not sure about other bedding options. If you locate any, please let me know!

  5. Carolyn Emole on August 9, 2014 at 11:23 pm

    Which brand are your sheets? I’ve been searching and can’t find any locally, so I’m relying on peoples opinions online. Thanks!

  6. Gerri on September 4, 2014 at 11:14 am

    We have bamboo sheets for about 2years now I love them! The only thing is they get brown easily we have white ones and washed them they still have a dingy dirty color like it’s now stained how do you wash them? I’m thinking of getting darker colors

    • Yvonne on June 8, 2015 at 10:34 am

      I recently bought bamboo sheets when I bought a new bed. I love the feel and can’t imagine ever using a different sheet. I also have concerns about the dingy look. The package says wash in cold water. Sometimes manufacturers prefer to err on the safe side so I’m wondering if I should try a warm-water wash. But they were expensive so I’m still hesitating.

      • Annie on June 12, 2015 at 8:06 am

        Yes! So glad to hear you’ve discovered bamboo! I washed mine in warm water and had no issues.

      • Rebecca Johnson on January 25, 2017 at 8:12 pm

        Hi,
        I’ve grown up in the laundry and dry cleaning world… continue to hesitate on the warm water. Though the sheets might be o.k. for a bit with warm water… save using warm or hot water for issues concerning bugs or sanitation. Warm water can and will break down the bamboo fibers… which, over time, can & will cause pill, rips and even a rougher feel. A little Oxy can help prevent dinginess. Also, if your sheets have even a small amount of cotton in the fiber blend (even as small as 30%) this can also help… because cotton generally releases dirt a bit easier than other fibers. In other words… a Bamboo Rayon/Cotton blend will usually come out looking cleaner than if the product is simply Bamboo Rayon. This doesn’t mean… do not get 100% Bamboo Rayon, but maybe if the product is 100% Bamboo Rayon.. purchase darker colors and get a Bamboo Rayon/Cotton blend if buying whites or other lighter colors. I hope that this helps.

  7. Diane on November 26, 2014 at 7:27 am

    Are they 100 % bamboo?

  8. Danielle on December 19, 2014 at 4:44 pm

    We sell all kinds of luxury bedding in our store, and let me tell you, bamboo sheets are definitely the most popular! It takes a while to convince people to buy them, but once they do, they are converts and never want to go back to cotton! Everyone who works here all buy bamboo sheets over some of the more expensive options! So we are not surprised you love them! The brand we carry is by Home Source and they are amazing! Definitely recommend trying them out! (plus they have some really fun colors!) http://www.scandiadownmn.com

  9. Bamboo Bed Sheets on December 23, 2014 at 9:52 pm

    Bamboo Bed sheets have soft fabrics rather than others.

  10. Abby on May 13, 2015 at 2:24 pm

    I agree and it took sometime to actual go forward and buy bamboo sheets, I also found the best prices on these: http://www.wholesalebeddings.com/super-soft-100-viscose-from-bamboo-sheet-sets/
    be sure to use the coupon code they have to right of the site…..it will get you 20% off

  11. leah mckenzie on September 30, 2015 at 7:42 pm

    I bought bamboo sheets on ebay and at a great price, pretty colors and even for twin. I just bought 3 sets for my brothers family for Christmas! cant wait until they try them.

  12. Ginny on October 13, 2015 at 1:02 pm

    I have been using bamboo sheets for about two years and have hardly ever used my cotton ones since. Mine are ivory and still look pretty good. I ordered a new set today, a bit darker, a deep beige. Does anyone know of a good place to get standard pillowcases sold in pairs without the sheets?

  13. Carol on November 24, 2015 at 10:03 pm

    I like the “cool” feeling I get from cotton sheets. Do bamboo sheets give you the same feeling?

    • Annie on January 2, 2016 at 7:01 pm

      Yes, I would say they do!

  14. […] second reason is a bit more subjective: If you tend to run hot at night, many people that use bamboo sheets claim that bamboo keeps them cooler and dry at night. If breathability is important to you, or if you tend to live in more humid climates, this might be […]

  15. Amanda Tuck on January 29, 2016 at 6:00 am

    I just want to say that washing and drying on warm or hot can cause natural fibers like bamboo or cotton to eventually break down even if you haven’t previously had problems in the past. I know a lot of people believe that higher tempatures need to be used to kill bacteria and so they use it even when cold wash and drying is recommended but over time higher temps can cause micro damage to the ends of even very long fibers that can eventually cause roughness, pilling, holes and the like. Unfortunately there’s really no guaranteed way to know which sheets will hold up the best to warmer temps because people often have vastly different experiences even with the same brand. Also, from what I understand using natural or organic detergents is strongly recommended with bamboo linens to keep the quality of the material. I’m a bit of a textile nerd and have until recently resisted bamboo but I’m coming to prefer it to cotton as I’m a hot sleeper with skin that seems overly sensitive to texture.

  16. Ben on February 23, 2016 at 9:35 am

    Hi Annie, you are right bamboo sheets are the best, my wife and I have been sleeping on them for a year now, a solid purchase.

  17. Darlene Holcomb on March 5, 2016 at 11:07 am

    I am getting the feeling that you would need to wash the bamboo sheets every day? How often do you have to wash them?

  18. Nicole on March 13, 2016 at 2:30 pm

    Thank you for this article. I’m a cold sleeper who becomes a hot sleeper over the course of the night. It’s a matter of temperature regulation. We need breathe-able sheets because we already have enough troubles without sleeping in the equivalent of a nylon bag. I was debating whether to get bamboo sheets, and now I’m convinced. I think the fact that it’s a bit antimicrobial also helps since your body reacts to pathogens by heating up.

  19. Skylar on May 31, 2016 at 2:52 pm

    Thanks the for article! I have a quick question: Do you or anyone here know if there’s a difference between bamboo sheets from Cozy Earth versus Cariloha? There’s a big difference in price and I’m seriously debating making the plunge.

    Thanks!
    Skylar

  20. Skylar on May 31, 2016 at 2:52 pm

    Thanks the for article! I have a quick question: Do you or anyone here know if there’s a difference between bamboo sheets from Cozy Earth versus Cariloha? There’s a big difference in price and I’m seriously debating making the plunge.

    Thanks!
    Skylar

  21. Justin Collum on June 1, 2016 at 4:31 pm

    Is Rayon from Bamboo the same as Bamboo? It’s confusing.

  22. Robin on June 8, 2016 at 8:56 am

    I just purchased a set of bamboo sheets from PureCare.com and they are the most amazing sheets I have ever slept on! A bonus is the pillow cases have extra material on the inside to keep your pillow from falling out, (they call it enveloping pillow case) really cool feature.

  23. Rachyl on June 10, 2016 at 7:16 pm

    Hey Annie! I really enjoyed your post. I have a rare genetic condition that (among many other things) causes my body to be unable to regulate its temperature…so I get “inappropriately” hot or cold. I found your post while looking for options to the standard high thread count cotton sheets, wondering if there were any sheets that “wicked” rather than held moisture similar to what we find in modern outdoor clothing. I was extremely intrigued by your post! And encouraged that maybe something exists that will help. However, my husband and I actually tried bamboo sheets probably 8 or 10 years ago…initially we LOVED them. They were so much softer than cotton. However, they pilled SO BADLY that they were unusable in one washing! Now, I seem to remember that these were a bamboo knit jersey rather than woven but we had to return them because they were so awfully pilled and that ruined the softness. Do you use knit or woven bamboo sheets? Do they pill badly? I’d love, love, LOVE to be able to switch but I’ve been gun-shy ever since being concerned that they won’t last like before. Have you ever experienced this or do your sheets last pretty well? Thanks in advance!!

  24. Lisa on July 11, 2016 at 10:55 am

    Do the sheets need to be 100% bamboo? I’m finding other materials included and I want to be sure I get the right sheets

  25. Don on March 9, 2017 at 8:12 am

    The 6 Piece Set is usually $18-20 at most Flea Markets.

  26. Dekor Tips on March 26, 2017 at 8:39 am

    After discovering bamboo sheets, you will never go back to cotton bed sheets.

  27. josie on September 5, 2017 at 1:55 pm

    What brand do you suggest?

  28. […] The idea of using bamboo to make bed sheets is still a new one. It is unknown to quite a number of people. To those of us who have used them, they are as amazing as they come. You will not regret it. Do not mistake this to mean that they do not come with their fair share of drawbacks. […]

  29. Ella Woods on December 19, 2017 at 8:41 pm

    How to Caring for Bamboo Sheets?

  30. Saucony Cohesion 9 Womens on April 3, 2018 at 5:47 am

    Much obliged to you for this article. I’m a cool sleeper who turns into a hot sleeper through the span of the night. It’s a matter of temperature control. We require inhale capable sheets since we as of now have enough inconveniences without dozing in what might as well be called a nylon pack. I was debating whether to get bamboo sheets, and now I’m persuaded. I think the way that it’s somewhat antimicrobial likewise helps since your body responds to pathogens by warming up.

  31. […] The idea of using bamboo to make bed sheets is still a new one. It is unknown to quite a number of people. To those of us who have used them, they are as amazing as they come. You will not regret it. Do not mistake this to mean that they do not come with their fair share of drawbacks. […]

  32. Golden Condor on May 11, 2018 at 5:14 am

    Much obliged the for article! I have a speedy inquiry: Do you or anybody here know whether there’s a distinction between bamboo sheets from Cozy Earth versus Carrillo? There’s a major distinction in cost and I’m truly debating making the dive.

  33. Golen condor on May 14, 2018 at 7:53 am

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  34. Maaz on May 23, 2018 at 12:18 pm

    Great article and is much appreciated

  35. Justin L. Roy on July 1, 2018 at 11:12 am

    I think that my wife bought some mattresses for the kids and my youngest sweats a lot while sleeping… We live in Louisiana and the summers are hot, so I’ll surprise her and pick some of these up for the beds. I hope for sweatless nights!

  36. best ryka cross training shoes on December 17, 2018 at 4:53 am

    Bamboo bed sheets also reduce allergies because they reduce the amount of moisture in your bed which discourages one of the primary triggers of allergies, dust mites, from living in your bed. These advantages are fantastic if you have children since they are more sensitive to allergies and diseases than adults.Sep 28, 2017.
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  37. instarect on December 18, 2018 at 9:39 pm

    sheets also reduce allergies because they reduce the amount of moisture in your bed which discourages one of the primary triggers of allergies, dust mites, from living in your bed. These advantages are fantastic if you have children since they are more sensitive to allergies and diseases than adults.

  38. Alpha Rise on December 24, 2018 at 12:11 am

    Bamboo is grown on land that is not considered suitable for other applications, including forestry.
    Alpha Rise

  39. focace on January 31, 2019 at 10:13 pm

    I wash my sheets every week with organic soap, vaccum the mattress regularly.

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