@Fuzzalini Alternatively, there are sheets woven from eucalyptus fibre, which some people like. I have a set: they are luxuriously soft, but a bit too warm for my taste, and shed a ton of fuzz the first 2-3 washings. My wife loves them though…
@MrNews You should know that there is literally no difference between “rayon made from eucalyptus” and “rayon made from bamboo” or “rayon made from recycled newspapers” for that matter. It’s all just a cellulose source.
It’s like saying there’s a difference in your house between electricity from solar or from wind.
@mike808 But the electricity from solar feels so much more… electric-y.
I thought those 600 tc Veratex Tencel (lyocell) sheets felt a little funky-- much prefer the 100% cotton 360 tc Wamsutta Supima Twill. Expensive, and worth every dollar.
Kudos to the writer and/or editor for the proper use of “can not” here: “You can buy them or you can not buy them and we’ll still be happy you’re here.”
You’re happy and now I’m happy, not because I cannot buy them—I could but, I choose not to—but, because I get to mention that I despise the growing use of “can not” when “cannot” is what’s intended. Thanks.
My first product from meh that I feel 100% ripped off. The sheets are paper thin and feel horrible. I gave them to my husband to rip up and use for “rags” in his shop. Paper towels would probably be more reliable, however.
I love meh…but this product makes you look soooooo substandard.
@clonetek Back in my college dorm days, I don’t remember ever changing the sheets during the semester or even washing the blanket for that matter. Nobody ever complained about any strange smells. In fact, the guys next door got more visits from the police about odd smelling “oregano” than anything else.