Top 7 Best Bed Sheets to Buy Reviewed by Textile Experts

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1.Cosy house collection

Made with an extra-plush bamboo blend, You’ll sleep blissfully throughout the night in the new Luxury Bamboo Bed Sheets. With the most breathable, stretchable, and lightweight fabrics on the market, this will be the choice that you can not skip if you wish to have a super “smooth” sleeping.

  • comfort
  • breathable, stretchable, and lightweight fabrics.
  • thermal regulating properties that steady your body’s temperature
  • creamy-smooth

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2.Brooklinen

These comfortable sheets were on the top of performers in overall and have an easy-shopping website experience, making Brooklinen Luxe Core Sheet Set popular on the list of best sheets you can not skip.

  • 100% cotton sateen fabric
  • strong
  • washed well
  • smooth

3.Mellanni

The sheets is loved by the soft, buttery feel of the polyester microfiber.Plus, the sheets were generously sized, hardly shrunk in the wash, and wrinkled less than most cotton fabrics. Just keep in mind that the synthetic material might not be as breathable as natural cotton, and those who prefer a crisp sheet might find it too soft.

  • Soft
  • Breathable
  • Not wrinkled

4.HC Collection

HC Collection Premium Quality Linens Sink into savings with our new low prices on bedding! With ultimate blend of craftsmanship and elegance, our linens are designed to offer you a unique and sophisticated sleeping experience.

  • Egyptian cotton
  • The durability, strength, and superior quality of Microfiber
  • Comfortable
  • Variety color

5.Gryphon

If you prefer crisp, casual bedding instead of a silky smooth feel, you’ll want to check out this set. Not surprisingly, it had a wrinkled appearance in our test — the brand calls it a laid-back and lived-in look — but our testers described it as not too soft or thick. Plus, the fabric was strong and durable, and the brand offers a generous 100-day return period so you have a few months to try it out.

  • Percale weave
  • 300 thread count
  • Available in full, queen, king, and California king

6.Boll & Branch

These sheets are made using organic cotton and are Fair Trade Certified, which means they follow strict ethical standards throughout the production process on things like wages and working conditions. And while the fabric wasn’t a standout in any one test, it stood up to all of our rigorous evaluations from durability to softness. It also has thousands of five-star reviews on the brand’s website.

  • Sateen weave
  • 300 thread count
  • Available in twin, twin XL, full, queen, king, California king, split king, and king with standard case

7.Snowe

This one’s fabric was super strong in our test, which is especially impressive since it’s all cotton (polyester blends are often stronger). It was also pill resistant and though it did shrink in the wash, it was still an acceptable amount. Testers noted that it felt thicker than other styles and one even said it “reminds me of sheets at a hotel.” The brand offers a 90-day risk-free trial so you can make sure you love it.

  • Sateen weave
  • 400 thread count
  • Available in full, queen, king, and California king

Do you wash your sheets enough?


In a very short amount of time your sheets get covered with dead skin cells, oils from the skin, saliva and sweat. This can make for a dust mite paradise.

These little critters are too small to see with your eyes, but they live in your bed and make a meal from dead skin flakes. The 1.5 grams of skin shed by a human each day can feed 1 million dust mites. Many people are allergic to dust mites and their feces. Yup, you’ve got bugs pooing in your bed.

This makes washing your sheets and other bedding important. Here’s when you should strip your bed down and head to the laundry room.

How often should wash your sheets?


Many people just don’t wash their sheets often enough. A 2017 survey by Coyuchi, a home textile company, found that only 44 percent of the 1,000 Americans surveyed wash their sheets once or twice a month. Just 11 percent get around to it around once a season and 5 percent decrust their sheets only once or twice a year. A survey by Mattress Advisor found that out of the 1,000 people they surveyed, most on average waited around 25 days before cleaning or changing out their sheets.

So just how often should you wash your sheets? Well, it depends on the circumstances.

The Good Housekeeping Institute says you should wash your sheets — and other bedding — at least once every two weeks. If you have night sweats, or just sweat a lot in general, bump washing up to once a week.

If you’re allergic to dust mites, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America recommends washing your bedding at least once a week. You’ll need to wash them in water that is at least 130 degrees Fahrenheit (54.4 Celsius) to kill the dust mites.

Now, if you’re sick with something contagious, the rules change. Sheets and other bedding need to be changed as soon as you feel better to prevent contracting the illness again. The water will need to be between 140 and 150 degrees Fahrenheit (60 to 65.5 Celsius) to kill the germs, so select the sanitize option on your washer. If your washer doesn’t have a sanitize option, use the highest heat setting on your dryer.

Don’t forget pillows!


A 2017 survey by Canstar Blue found that 29 percent of Australians never wash their pillows. While you may think that the pillow case protects your pillow, it really doesn’t do as much as you’d hope. Sweat, dust and skin cells still make it onto your pillow. Plus, washing can fluff them up and make them last longer, so giving them a spin in the washer is a win-win.

You should be washing your fluffy friend at least every six months or so. Here are some instructions on washing your pillow.

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