Cotton bedding — benefits, types


Cotton bedding — benefits, types

A com­fort­able mat­tress, the right pil­lows, high-qual­i­ty bed linen, pleas­ant­ly hug­ging the body, are the key to a qual­i­ty, com­fort­able and healthy sleep.
Russ­ian man­u­fac­tur­ers keep up with the times, mak­ing bed linen from high-qual­i­ty nat­ur­al mate­ri­als — cot­ton and linen with or with­out the addi­tion of syn­thet­ic threads, com­bined com­po­si­tion — bam­boo. The per­fect cut and high qual­i­ty of tai­lor­ing allow the set of under­wear not to be deformed dur­ing use. Both plain and print­ed fab­rics are pro­duced with a sta­ble dye (they retain col­or when washed). Cheap bed linen can be found here.

When choos­ing bed linen, spe­cial atten­tion is paid to the mate­r­i­al from which it is made.

Each type of material has its own advantages

  • Linen is hypoal­ler­genic, main­tains opti­mal body tem­per­a­ture both in cold and warm, wear-resis­tant, does not elec­tri­fy, does not form pel­lets, 100% breath­able mate­r­i­al, well removes mois­ture from the body.
  • Cot­ton is the most pop­u­lar and afford­able mate­r­i­al for mak­ing bed linen. How­ev­er, depend­ing on the twist, thick­ness and weave of the threads, dif­fer­ent prod­ucts are obtained, each of which has its own advan­tages:
  • Coarse cal­i­co is a bud­get and most pop­u­lar mate­r­i­al for sewing linen. Medi­um den­si­ty, unpre­ten­tious in care, well breath­able, with­stands a large num­ber of wash­es with­out los­ing its orig­i­nal appear­ance.
  • Satin — hav­ing a silk weave, on the one hand a smooth fab­ric, on the oth­er it has a rough­ness. Weak­ly wrin­kled, does not shed, pass­es air well, durable — can with­stand up to 300–400 wash­es.
  • Chintz — as a rule, is used for sewing chil­dren’s under­wear, because. The cloth fab­ric is thin and soft, com­pared to oth­er types of cot­ton fab­ric.
  • Poplin is a denser fab­ric than cal­i­co, due to the spe­cial weave and thick­ness of the threads, the fab­ric is soft­er than cal­i­co, more wear-resis­tant, does not wrin­kle, does not shrink, does not shed when washed. It retains heat well, absorbs mois­ture and allows the body to breathe. Syn­thet­ic fibers can be added to the poplin cot­ton base, but this does not affect the qual­i­ty of the fab­ric.
  • Per­cale is a lux­u­ry class among cot­ton fab­rics. Made from long sta­ple cot­ton. Thin, dense, durable and, at the same time, very del­i­cate, soft, silky, batiste-like fab­ric.
  • Bam­boo is a com­bi­na­tion of silk, cot­ton and arti­fi­cial fibres. Hypoal­ler­genic, breath­able, wear-resis­tant.
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There are several types of bedding

  • Elite. Exquis­ite, high-priced sets with care­ful­ly select­ed col­ors may have fea­tures in cut. Pro­duc­tion mate­r­i­al — linen, satin, silk. This bed­ding requires care­ful care.
  • Bud­get. For dai­ly use, the qual­i­ty and prop­er­ties of the fab­rics are para­mount. Made from coarse cal­i­co, satin, per­cale, bam­boo, poplin.
  • Baby. Sets are sewn from soft cot­ton fab­rics: chintz, per­cale, satin. For babies, it is not so much a durable fab­ric that is impor­tant, but soft and pleas­ant to the body.

Depend­ing on the size of the bed, the sets are divid­ed into chil­dren’s, sin­gle, dou­ble, fam­i­ly, euro set.







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