Satin – the tactile easy care fabric

By , October 20, 2010 1:17 pm

Polyester Satin Bed Linen for Silky Luxury

If you are looking for  that Silky Satin feel of Silk bed linen but with easy care and at a very affordable price then take a look at Luxury Polyester Satin Bed linen.

Beautiful Silk Like Feel

People often associate Polyester fabrics as poor quality yet the vast majority of bed linen bought in the UK  is Polyester Cotton mix with up to 70% polyester. Bed linen made from todays hi-tech Polyesters are very fine producing a beautiful, tactile Silk like feel and are very easy care

Easy Care 40c wash, very quick drying and no/low iron.  

At Between the Sheets our Satin Bed Linen is the very finest quality, specially commissioned by Between the Sheets – Not to be confused with cheaper poor quality Satins.

 20 great Colours to match your décor.

Unique

Our Satin is unique to Between the Sheets , Soft and Sensual and with a thread count of 400.

Handcrafted here in the UK in our own studio for quality & value.

Our beautifully tactile Poly Satin bedding is so soft and tactile, it is hard to tell from Pure Silk.

Luxury Satin bed Sheets bring a new tactile sensual sensation to your bedroom.

Huge range of Sizes andCustom Made

We manufacture bed line in all UK, EU and US sizes and  can custom make bed linen for any size or shape of bed.

For more information on Satin Bed Linen  PLEASE CLICK HERE

Satin Bed Set in Aubergine Poly Satin

Aubergine Satin Duvet Set

 

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How to Care for Pure Silk Bed Linen

By , October 20, 2010 10:32 am

Silk care instructions

Please find our instructions below for  keeping your Silk Bed Linen in perfect condition

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1. We recommend  either hand washing or dry cleaning the silk bedding for the first 2/3 times will preserve the gloss of the satin and will also soften the silk fibres. There will be some colour loss especially the darker tones, buy this will lessen over the initial launderings.

2. We recommend hand washing at 30ºC. Our silk can be machined washed at 30ºC. TAKE CARE THAT YOUR MACHINE HAS A 30ºC DELICATES CYCLE and use a good Silk washing agent (many are available in good supermarkets). Never use detergents as these will make the silk fibres brittle. Fabric conditioner may be used in the final rinse. Top Tip  Add a drop of vinegar to the final rinse to aid removal of any washing agent and to give a super shine to the fabric.

3. Most modern washing machines have a ‘Delicate’ cycle at 30ºC, ensure that this includes a reduced spin cycle . Do not bleach, scrub or wring the sheets.

4. Shake off excess water from the sheets and air dry. We do not recommend tumble drying as this tends to heat and crease the fibres, again making the fibres brittle so shortening the life of the silk sheets.

5. Do not dry in sunlight or near radiators. Sunlight will fade silk, especially deeper shades.

6. Silk should not be allowed to get too soiled before cleaning, keep the sheets fresh and in good condition with regular cleaning.

7. Satin Silk may also be dry cleaned. Choose your dry-cleaner carefully, preferably one that you have previously used for silk (or one that has been recommended to you) and make sure that they can clean silk properly. Incorrect dry cleaning can damage your sheets.

8. When still damp cool iron on reverse with gentle steam, if required.

9. Use a good mattress protector or soft blanket under the fitted sheet.

10. Be aware that rough skin on heels , broken and chipped toe nails and even strong hairs on legs can cause excessive wear and pull threads on Silk Sheets.

11. Top Tip 1 – Fitted sheets get the hardest wear in normal use. Try rotating the sheet after each washing ie. Head end to foot end and vice versa. This reduces wear at the foot end of your fitted sheet and can substantially prolong the life of your sheets.

12 Top Tip 2 – To remove protein based stains e.g. Blood use a light sprinkling of Baking Powder and moisten stain and it will come away.

 Ironing fitted sheets

Have a good mattress protector on your mattress and when you come to iron the fitted sheet, put the fitted sheet inside out on top of the mattress protector and iron the sheet in situ. That way you will get a good finish at the corners and down the sides of the sheet. When done, turn the sheet over to the right side.

More details on Caring for your Silk Bed Linen Please Click Here

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Pure Silk Bed Linen – New Asian Fusion

By , October 13, 2010 10:37 am

Far Eastern inspired Range of Opulent Bed Linen

Inspired by recent visits to Kerala in Southern India and  Silk suppliers in China our designer
Jane Allen has created a stunning new range of beautiful and opulent bed linen.

Introducing the new Asian Fusion Range

Pure Chinese Mulberry Silk  melded with designs inspired by Indian Saris and the decorative style of the Indian Sub-Continent.Currently available in Ebony Black and Gold and Vanilla White and Gold. Coming soon Burgundy and Silver and Bilberry and Silver.To learn more about this beautiful Bed Linen Please Click Here

 
 
 
 
 

Pure Silk Bed Linen

The Asian Fusion Pure Silk Range

 

 

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