Happy with these no-iron sheets

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Skamokawa's picture
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Sears Country Home.  I've been using 4 sets purchased last year four our two-room B&B.  There are days when I really DONT have to iron, not even the pillow cases.  Most days a quick touch up of first 12 inches of top sheet and a quick pillowcase iron.  I try to retrieve them from the dryer as soon as it quits.  Not possible all the time.

All cotton, 400 tc, not as soft as my old JC Penney, but those are no longer available.  Took a chance on the Sears, and can say I'm very pleased. 

I don't have the same wear or turnover as most of you, but from the performance, would say they would easily fit the bill, stain removal has not been a problem, they still look nice and crisp on the beds.

Im actually a stay at home (mostly) B&B lady this week.  Have a week's stay from a no-wheat vegan, working in the area. Catching up on home chores, new hanging baskets out, rose weeding done, taking computers to the shop today for upgrades. 

Weather is beautiful here today.  Might have a stab at Joey's 14 reasons tonight, if I get an audio project done.

 

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Country home or country living?

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Skamokawa's picture
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oops you're right.  Country Living

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Thanks! I couldn't find them otherwise.

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