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Registered: ‎10-22-2012

I would never buy 100% cotton sheets because they come out of the dryer looking like a mass of wrinkles. I was SURE Northern Nights had a poly/cotton sheet set but now I can't find it. Can anyone help or steer me in the right direction?

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Iron will take wrinkles out. All you need to do is remove sheets from the dryer while still a little damp. Put the fitted sheet on and the wrinkles go away and iron the top sheet & pillow cases. Easy solution. 100% cotton sheets are worth it. A dream to sleep on.

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I recommend H218905, Northern Nights 700TC 100% Cotton Sateen Wrinkle Defense Sheets.  I bought them after I saw Linda, the Northern Nights vendor, present them on air.  I love them.  And if you like green in your bedroom, the Moss is a beautiful color.  

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I, too, buy 100% cotton in a good thread count.  I put the bottom sheet in the dryer first and immediately put it on the mattress when I take it out of the dryer.  Then, I repeat the procedure with the top sheet and pillow cases.  I buy my sheets from LL Bean and they are Egyptian cotton.  They get softer and less likely to any wrinkles at all the more they are washed.

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FYI...............Most wrinkle-free or wrinkle resistant sheets are “finished” with a chemical process to keep them from wrinkling. That chemical process generally includes the use of formaldehyde. Formaldehyde is predominantly used as an embalming fluid — as a way to preserve something

 

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@bonappetit YUCK - LOL - I don't need wrinkle free that badly.  I've tried Q's sheets in the past and gave them away.  Percale has a few wrinkles but - heck - turn the lights out - put head on pillow and you'll never see them.

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a good quality cotton percale does not have an overabundance of wrinkles

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 Do not like a sheet with a blend.  Only do cotton.  Mine don't wrinkle, just need folding.

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Wrinkle-Free anything is loaded with chemicals. No thanks!

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@bonappetit wrote:

FYI...............Most wrinkle-free or wrinkle resistant sheets are “finished” with a chemical process to keep them from wrinkling. That chemical process generally includes the use of formaldehyde. Formaldehyde is predominantly used as an embalming fluid — as a way to preserve something

 


So that's why folks tell me I don't look my age.  And here I thought I had "good genes." Smiley LOL

 

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