Top positive review
Good basic sheets, soft, wrinkle-free, but thin
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 14, 2022
First, I love the color (spa blue). I really prefer crisp white percale sheets, but that doesn't work for my husband (he sweats a lot at night, so white sheets become yellow rather quickly). For whatever reason, I can't seem to find nice percale sheets like my grandma used to have. She never wasted money on high thread count, but her sheets were also crisp and fresh and smooth. All the sheets I have tried over the years end up being rough or they pill or they wrinkle. I had one set that I loved the feel of, but the top sheet would NOT ever give me a nice clean edge, even if I ironed it. So when we bought our new king-size bed and had to upgrade all our queen size bedding, I decided to take a chance on these microfiber sheets. They are thinner than I expected, but they seem to be sturdy, I hope. Only time will really tell. They washed up beautifully, and when I pulled them out of the dryer (TBH, it was 3 days later), there wasn't a wrinkle to be seen and no pilling. When we put the fitted sheet on the bed, it fit snugly, exactly as it is supposed to, without a wrinkle and without any loose sections that tend to annoy me when I'm in bed at night. The top sheet fit well, but I wish it were longer. The sides drape just right, but the length didn't give me much to tuck under the end of the bed, which is actually very important to me, as my husband is a rough sleeper and tends to pull sheets and blankets out if they aren't well-tucked. The pillowcases are much larger than I expected. We have good quality thick bamboo pillows that are dwarfed by these cases' length (probably extra 6 inches or more hanging loose at the end of the pillow), but they fit the pillows properly in every other regard, nice and smooth, snug without being tight. The sheets are smooth and soft. Not percale crisp, but a nice softness that might just convince me to give up on the percale dream. They also don't have that weird microfiber feel that so many others have (can't really describe it, but it just doesn't feel natural to me). I only have 2 complaints, and they are fairly minor. The biggest complaint is that the bottom sheet fits well, but it doesn't stay in place. Woke up in the morning with the sheet completely off in one corner. I'm hoping that it is just that we didn't get it on quite right the first time and maybe it will hold up better in the future, or maybe I'm going to have to invest in some straps to hold the corners in place better. The other complaint is more like a suggestion. our last set of sheets had a small tag on the fitted sheet that said "Top or Bottom" so we always knew which way to put it on the bed. Queen sheets were easier to identify ends from sides (obvious rectangle), as the king sheets are closer to square and harder to identify ends. We had to put the sheet on and try it, then pull it off and turn it before we knew the correct placement. I will put some kind of mark on it myself for future placement, but it would sure be nice if the manufacturer would include that tag from the get-go.