Read: plastic. If you’re living in a cold, dry climate and your heat doesn’t work, totally pick up some microfiber sheets. Otherwise, avoid like the plague.
Oh and the microfiber sheets I mistakenly bought have always had tons of static to make that more fun as well
I would have washed them before using them no matter what they were, and I’m not going to take their word for it that pre-tumbled means something similar to being washed. As for why I would wash them first, it’s not to remove any possible residues that might have been present as a result of somebody testing them in advance. It’s because I don’t trust the manufacturer to not leave traces (or more than traces) of industrial chemistry in them.
@craigcush I mean, this is a one-item-a-day outlet sale site that these guys have been successfully doing for like 2 decades now. This isn’t a department store or Walmart. If you don’t like the selection, shop elsewhere?
@emcrocetti Clearly, a well&funded study to examine this issue in detail is called for. But with all of the other crucial topics competing for the research budgets, I fear that it would be some time before this could be addressed. Perhaps we could get a whole bunch of people to contribute small amounts by having some sort of promotional thing like the Girl Scouts do. Perhaps by selling, oh, I don’t know, just brainstorming here, cotton sheets?