Egyptian Cotton pillowcases sets

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      Frequently Asked Questions

      Egyptian cotton is extraordinary - producing extra-long fibres that are smaller in diameter than regular cotton. These longer, finer fibres create super smooth yarns when combed and spun, and therefore super smooth, soft cloth when woven.

      Egyptian cotton sheets are often considered the height of luxury. They’re prized for their superior softness, durability, and breathability. The distinct feel of Egyptian cotton sheets come from the unique properties of Egyptian cotton itself. Egyptian cotton has extra-long staples, which means each individual fibre is exceptionally long.

      Fabrics made of Egyptian Cotton are softer, finer and last longer than any other cotton so they are worth the investment ( in luxurious sleep) . Since finer yarns mean a higher thread count, the weave of the fabric is significantly stronger and lasts a lot longer than regular cotton.

      Pure Egyptian cotton fabric is also one of the finest textiles available. - It’s durability makes it withstands frequent washing. Pure Egyptian cotton, sourced in Egypt produces a luxurious and long lasting textile.

      Egyptian cotton is a term usually applied to any type of cotton that has extra-long-staple, or fibres. The reason for the name originated in Egypt because the climate and water source allowed for a longer growing period which created long lasting, more durable fibres.

      The best Egyptian cotton sheets can be extraordinarily soft, breathable, and durable while infusing your sleep surface with a luxury-hotel feel. Other types of long-staple and extra-long staple cotton can feel similarly luxurious at a fraction of the cost.

      As a rule pure Egyptian cotton is not shiny as it is a natural fibre- The percale woven Egyptian cotton is crisp and cool to the touch while Egyptian cotton woven in a sateen style is smooth and silky- rarely ‘shiny’

      Pure Egyptian cotton sheets are known for their durability and longevity due to the quality of the fibres. Sheets, with proper care have been known to last for up to 15 years